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THE 

PHILADELPHIA 

DIRECTORY 

*^!^EGISTER, 



FOR 



1813: 



CONTAINING 

THE NAMES, PROFESSIONS, AND 
RESIDENCE 

OF ALL THE 

Heads of Families and Persons in Business 

OF THE 

CITY AND SUBURBS; 
WITH OTHER USEFUL IJ^FORMATIO^T 



BY JOHN A. PAXTON, 

Author of the Alphabetical Plan of Philadelphia 



PUBLISHED BY B. & T. KITE, 
20, North Third street ; 

And sold by them, and by the Editor, 81, Locust, above 
Eighth street. 

Price g 1 25. 



Comparative View of the number of Mimes contained 
in the Directories of the following years. 

Years. Editors. Number of Names. Pages. 

1794 Hardie 8304 232 

1806 Robinson 10668 314 

180r Robinson 12348 384 

1809 Robinson 11760 360 

1810 Robinson 12936 362 

1811 Census 15400 484 
1811 Robinson & Paxton 17300 520 
1813 Paxton (present work) 20 1 60 624 

It appears by this statement, that there was no 
improvement in the Directory during the years it 
was published by Mr. Robinson alone. 

The present Directory contains 20160 names, 
which is nearly twice the number that appeared in 
Robinson's for 1810. 



TO THE PUBLIC. 

IN offering this work to the Public, the Editor 
does not think it necessary to enter into any argu- 
ment to prove the utility of a correct Directory, in 
a city of such extent and commercial importance as 
that of Philadelphia, but relies on the evidence 
which* experience must have brought to the Citi- 
zens, and particularly to men of business, not only 
of the convenience, but the necessity of such a com- 
panion. The editor, fully persuaded of this fact, 
and seeing that no such work appeared for the year 
1812, as promised by Mr. Robinson; being also se- 
conded by the solicitations of a number of respecta- 
ble citizens, was induced to undertake that arduous 
and laborious task, and hopes he has completed it, 
as far as its nature will admit. How far however he 
has succeeded, the Public will candidly determine. 
He flatters himself it will be found to contain more 
than has been formerly given in works of this de- 
scription, as no pains have been spared to render it re- 
plete with interesting and useful information. From 
the particular knowledge, of the city and suburbs he 
acquired in researches for materials collected for his 
Alphabetical Plan of Philadelphia, which he pub- 
lished in 1810, which was further exercised in his 
adjunct publication of the ** Annual Directory for 
1811,'* with Mr. Robinson, he thinks himself war- 
ranted in promising a Directory more complete and 
free from errors than any that have heretofore been 
published in this City, and containing many more 
names; the arrangement of which is much improv- 
ed, being carefully alphabeted in the christian as 
well as in the surnames, having references between 
those of nearly the, same sound, which will adu 
much to the facility of finding required names. In 
former works of this kind, the names of persons re- 
siding in Kensington and west of Broad street, have 
been alphabeted in a list separate from that of the 
main body ; in the present, the whole are compiled 
in one alphabetical arrangement, the utility of which 
win be obvious to all. A perusal of liie " Direc* 
tiona to the Reader^'' will render every part perfectly 
clear to the understanding. The solicitude of the 



Editor to make this wofk st$^ ibterestm^ 4s pessiblei 
has induced him to annex a lar^ and comprehen- 
sive appendix, the materiai^for whkb were not col- 
lected without much labour and expence ;• the sta- 
tistical table alone, giving an enumeration of the 
buildings in each street, &c. having employed him 
for nearly two months. It is expected it will prove 
satisfactory to the citizens generally. A correct 
jist of the war duties, with Custom House remarks^ 
being deemed important, are also inserted, with a 
collection of other information. 

The collection of names for this work having 
been commenced on the first day of last October, 
those persons who have changed their residence 
since that period, will not have cause to censure the 
Editor for any error which may have arisen out of 
this act; notice having been given, in all the pub- 
lic newspapers, requesting them to send in their 
addresses for correction : the frequency of remo- 
vals rendering it impossible for the editor, without 
such assistance, to make a correct return. 

If other errors should be discovered, without which 
h is imposssible to present, a work of this nature, the 
public, it, is presumed, will attribute it to a proper 
cause : many surnames of different orthography 
sounding alike, and the information obtained repect- 
ing orthography, names, and professions being often 
vague or incorrect, which it is impossible entirely to 
obviate. The Editor takes this opportunity to ten- 
der his thanks to the numerous subscribers who 
have patronized the work, and begs leave to inform 
them that it is his intention to publish it annually. 
As the demand in this city will not support a com- 
petition, if they find his work worthy of encourage- 
„iient, he solicits their future support in preference 
t0 any competitor who may arise, which he will en- 
4eavour to merit by his attention to their service. 
He is induced to make this seemingly unreasonable 
Kquest) as a divided support would probably oblig^ 
him to relinquish his intention to repeat the publi- 

cation. 

JOHM A. PAXTON* 
Philadelphia, January asth, 1813. 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 
Comparative view of Di- 
rectories ii 
To the Public iii 
Land stages, packets, &, 

steam boats viii 

List of physicians and 

nurses xii 

Late removals xv 

Directions to the reader xxiv 
Auctioneer^ stated days 

of sales ib. 

Names of citizens 

APPENDIX. 
War duties 1 to 12 

Articles free of duty 12 

Custom House retnarks, Ijfc. 
Allowances for drafts 13 
For tare ib. 

For leakage & breakage 14 
Rates of drawbacks ib. 

Duties on tonnage 15 

Fees of office ib. 

Terms of credit 16 

Restiictions on imports 17 
Remarks 1 8 

Port of Philadelphia 19 

Surveyors of damaged 

ships, &c. 20 

Wardens and pilotage ib. 
Inspectors of lumber, &c. ib. 
Chamber of commerce 21 
Lisi of streets, wharves, 

&c. 21 to 42 

Enumeration of build- 
ings 43 to 5o 
Census of cities in U. S. 54 
Dr. Mitchell's views of 
the manufactures of 
U. S. 54 to 59 

GOVERNMENT OF U. S. 

Members of 12th con- 
jjress 59 



Page. 
Judiciary of U. S. 62 

District judges 63 

Clerks of supreme and 

district courts ib. 

District attorneys 64 

Marshals of U. S. ib. 

Commissioners of loans 65 
Federal courts ib. 

Department of state 67 

Treasury department ib. 

War department ib. 

General officers of army 68 
Quarter masters' depart. 68 
Ordnance department 69 
Commissary*s depart. ib. 
Naval department ib. 

Naval force of U. S. ib. 

Officers of U. S navy 70 
General post office 71 

United States mint ib. 

Diplomatic depart. 72 to 76 
13th congress from Penn. 76 
GOVERNMENT OF 
PENNSYLVANIA. 
Members of the legisla- 
ture 77 to 79 
Courts of Penn. 79 to 82 
Mode of executing, ac- 
knowledging, proving, 
and recording deeds, 
powers of attorney, &c, 83 
Corporation of city 84 
Justices of the peace, con- 
stables, &,c. for the 
townships 85 to 86 
Post office, Philad. 86 to 89 
INSTITUTIONS, COM- 
PANIES, & SOCIETIES. 
Bank of Pennsylvania 89 
• of North America ib. 

of Philadelphia 90 

— — Farmers &. Mecha- 
nics* fb 



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CONTENTS. 



Page. 
Stephen Girard*s banking 

house 90 

Bank at Camden, N. J ib. 
INSURANCE COMPA- 

NIES. 
Of North America 91 

Phoenix ib. 

Of state of Pennsylvania ib. 
Delaware ib. 

Union ib. 

United States ib. 

Philadelphia 92 

Marine ib. 

American Fire ib. 

Lancaster and S usque- 

hannah, &c. ib. 

Contributionship Fire ib. 
Mutual Fire ib. 

Pennsylvania Life 94 

African 93 

TURNPIKE, CANAL, (5* 
BRIDGE COMPANIES. 
Susquehannah & Lehigh 93 
Cheltenham and Willow 
grove ib. 

Gsrmantown, &c. ib. 

Lancaster and Philad. ib. 
Bustletown and Smith- 
field, &.C. ib. 

Philad. Brandywine, &c. 94 

Chesnut Hill, he. ib. 

Frankford and Bristol ib. 

Kidge ib. 

Union Canal ib. 

^Schuy Ik ill Perm, bridge ib. 

Upper ferry bridge ib. 

HUMANE &CHARITA. 
BLE INSTITUTIONS- 

Alms house and house of 
employment 95 to 98 

'Juardians of the poor 98 

Pennsylvania, &c. hospital 99 

City hospital ib. 

Friends' alms house ib. 

Christ church hospital ib. 

Philadelphia dispensary IGO 

Board of hi.alth ib. 

Bible :v^ety ib. 



Page. 

Missionary society 101 

Evangelical ib. 

Of Protestant Episcopal 
church ib. 

Humane ib. 

Alleviating miseries of 
prisons 102 

To instruct poor children ib. 

American convention 103 

Abolition of slavery ib. 

Magdalen ib. 

Educate poor females ib. 

Female hospitable ib. 

Sunday school 104 

Charity schools ib. 

System of education ib. 

African schools ih. 

Spring Garden association ib.. 

German, for relief ib". 

German, to assist poor, 
&c. 105 

German, to encourage, &c. ib. 

For alleviating sick ib. 

St. Joseph's ib. 

LITERARY XNSTITU. 

TIONS. 

American philosophical 105 

College of physicians ib. 

Medical Lyceum ib. 

Medical society 106 

Philadelphia Linnean ib. 

Columbian chemical ib. 

Academy for natural sci- 
ence ib. 

St. John's college ib. 

Lecturers on chemistry ib. 

Agricultural ib. 

Cattle ib. 

Premium ib. 

Vine ib. 

Domestic ib. 

Philadelphia museum 107 

Of artists of U. S- ib. 

Penn. of Fine Arts 108 

University of Penn. ib. 

Philadelphia academy ib. 

Gray & Wylie's academy 109 

Philadelphia library ib. 



CONTENTS. 



VXl 



Page. 

MASONIC, NATIONAL, 
POLITICAL. MUTU- 
AL BENEFIT, &c. SO- 
CIETIES. 

Grand lodge of Pennsyl- 
vania, &.C. 109 

African lodge 111 

Cincinnati ib. 

Tammany ib. 

True republican ib. 

Washington association ib. 

Democratic young men ib. 

German for mutual, &C. 112 

United German ib. 

German American l>en. ib. 

German American mut. ib. 

German beneficiaV ib. 

German ben. of N. L. ib. 

French benevolent ib. 

St. Andrews ib. 

Scots thistle ib. 

Caledonian ib. 

St Patrick's 113 

Erin lb. 

Hiberniati ib. 

St. George's ib. 

St. John's ib. 

United States ib. 

Welch ib. 

Benevolent bhies ib. 

Washington 114 

Franklin ben. ib. 

Franklin union ib. 

True American ib. 

American friendly ib. 

American ben. ib. 

Criterion ib. 

Madison ib. 

Ship masters* ib. 

Philanthrophic ib. 

Provident ib. 

Independent 115 



Page. 

Friendly 115 

Union ben. of N. L. ib. 

Friendly of St. Tammany ib. 

Philadelphia ib. 

Friendly Columbian ib. 

Union harmonic ib. 

Columbian ben. ib. 

Shackamaxon ib. 

Mariners' ib. 

Northern Liberty ib. 

Kensington ib. 

Pennsylvania ib» 

Pennsylvania bencf. ib. 

United beneficial ib. 

Master mechanics' ib. 

Bricklayers ib. 

Carpenters' comp, ib. 

Master plaisterers' 11/ 

American, of plaisterers ib. 

Provident, house carpen- 
ters ib. 

Stonecutters* ib. 

Pennsylvania slate ib. 

Asylum company ib. 

Master painters' ib. 

Master shipwrights* ib. 

United shipwrights* ib. 

Master taylors' ib. 

Union, cordwainers ib. 

Typographical ib. 

Journeymen taylors' ib. 

Journeymen blacksmiths' 118 

African friendly ib, 

Philadelphia mechanics* ib. 

Hairdressers', S.C. ib. 

Journeymen coopers' ib. 

List of societies, the offi- 
cers of which were not 
obtained in time ib. 

Coins and money tables 

119 to 125 

Census of U. S. iatt 



LAND STAGES, PACKETS, AND STEAM 
BOATS. 



Land Stages. 

Allentown (Camel inn) 140 n. Second 4 a. m. 
Am well (Camel inn) 140 north Second 4 a. m . 
Baltimore Mail, 30 s. Third, daily i past 6 A. m. 
Baltimore New Line Expedition, from 30 s. 3d and 

City Hotel, daily 5 A. M. 
Baltimore Pilot, 43 s. 4th, leaves at 6 a. m. (in win- 
ter) and ^ past2 a. m. (in summer) fare S 8 
Baltimore stage by way of Lancaster, 200 High 8c 

cor. 8th, daily 5 a. m. 
Bethlehem, 140 n. 2d, Wed. and Sat. 4 a.m. 
Bethlehem, 106 Race, Tues. and Fridays 2 p. m. 
Boundbrook (Green tree inn) 50 north Fourth 
Bridge Town, Cumberland, N. J. Negus* ferry Mon. 

Wed, and Frid. sun rise 
Bridge Town, Arch st. ferry, daily (Sun. excepted) 

sun-rise 
Burlington (by Jersey) Mulberry st. ferry 
Bustle Town, 130 north Second, daily 3 p. m. 
Cape May, Arch st. ferry, daily (Sun. excep.) sun rise 
Carlisle, cor. 8th and High, daily 5 a. m. 
Chambersburg, cor. High and 8th, daily 5 a. m. 
Chesnut Hill (via Germantown) 118 n. Third, daily 

9 a. m. and 4 p. m. 
Cohimbia (Penn.) 200 High & cor. 8th, daily 5 a.m. 
Easton, 50 north Fourth, Wed. and Sat. 4 a. m. 
Egg-Harbour, Arch st. ferry, Thursday 8 a. m. - 
-l^allsof Schuylkill, 50 n. Fourth, daily 2 p. m. 
Frankford (Buck inn) 130 n. 2d, 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. 

daily 
Germantown, 45 and 11 8 n. Third, daily 9 and 4 
Harrisburgh, 200 High and N. E. cor. 8th, daily 

5 A. M. 

Holmesburg, 130 n. 2d, daily 3 p, m. 



LAND STAOES, &c us 

Jenkwtown (Green tree inn) 50 n. Fourth 
Lancaster, 200 High and N.E. cor. 8ih, daily 5 A. m. 
Little York, 200 High and cor. 8th daily 5 a. m. 
Moorestown, Arch street ferry 
Mount Holly, Arch street ferry, daily 1 p. m. 
New Town (Bueks) 130 n. 2d, Saturday 1 p. m. 

''Accommodation, 30 s. 3d 8c City Hotel 
Commercial, 30 s. Third, daily 9 a. m. 
Pilot leaves 43 s. Fourth, daily 4 a. m. 
arrives at New York 7 p. m. 
vVew York . Swift Sure (Green tree inn) 50 north 
Stages. J Fourth, fare 4 dolls, through a plea* 
sant country, daily 8 a. m. (Sundays 
excepted) 
U. S. Mail, daily at noon, SO s. Third 
and City Hotel 
Norristown, 50 n. 4th, Tues. Thurs. and Sat. 2 p. M. 
Reading, 106 Race, Tuesdays & Fridays, 2 p. m* 
Pittsburgh, cor. 8th and High, daily 5 a. m. 
Salem, Arch st. ferry, Tues. Thurs. & Sat. sun ri^ 
Sunbury (via Harrisburg) daily, cor. 8th and High 
Swedesborough, High st. wharf, n. side, Tues, 

Thurs. ^nd Sat. noon 
Trap (White Swan) 106 Sassafras 
Trenton, 16 n. Third, every other day 9 a. m. 
Tnckerton, 45 n. Water, Thursdays at sun rise 
United States' nv>il srtage office, 30 south Third 
Valley, 164 High, at 9 a. m. 
West Chester, 18 n Fourth, Tues. Thurs; and Sat. 

8 a.m. 
Weston School, 211 Mufbetry 
Wilmington 4 horse, 50 n. Fourth, daily (Sundays 

excepted) % k. U, 
Wilmington coachee, 4 Bank, daily 8 a. m. 
Woodberry, High st. ferry, n. side, daily (Sunda>'t 

excepted) 2 p. m. 
YorH, Pcnn 200 High a«d cor. tth> daily 5 i. w 



a LAND STAGES, 6cc. 

Packets, Land and Water Stages ^ Steam Boats. 

Alexandria (Col.) Hamilton's wharf 
Amboy, steam boat^at Bickley's wharf 
Appoquini mink Packet, Hamilton's wharf 

rUnion Line daily, 3 south Wharves via 
Baltimor J Appoquinimink and Sassafras, for the 
\ conveyance of Merchandize, Wt;d. and 
l^Sat. Hamilton's wharf 
Bordentown packet, Istc, Bickley's wharf 
Boston Packet, Chesnut-street wharf 
Burlington Packet, Mulberry-street wharf 
Cape May Packet, Massey*s wharf, 12 s. Wharves 
Chester Packet, Wain's wharf 
Charleston (S. C.) Clifford's wharf 
Delaware Steam boat (Union Line) to New Cas- 
tle, French Town and Baltimore) Beck's wharf, 

daily 
Fredericksburg, Hamilton's wharf 
Georgetown (Col.) Hamilton's wharf 
Marcus Hook, from Massey's wharf, 12 s. Wharves 
Newcastle, French Town and Baltimore Union 

line daily. Market street wharf 
New York Commercial line, via Trenton and New 

Brunswick, daily from Arch street wharf south 

side 
New York -Expedition, via White Hill and South 

Amboy, Bickley's wharf 
New York Mercantile line, viaLamberton and New 

Brunswick, daily 
New York Transportation line, via Lamberton and 

New Brunswick, daily 
New York Packet, by sea, Chesnut street wharf 
New York steam boat, Bickley's wharf 
Norfolk, Hamilton's wharf 
Petersburg ( Va.) Hamilton's wharf 
Phoenix Steam boat. New York, via Trenton, High 

street wharf north side 
Port Elizabeth Packet, High street wharf n. side 
Richmond (Va.) Hamilton's wharf 
Sassafras River Packet, Hamilton's wharf 



LAND STAGES, &c ^i 

Savannah (Geo.) Packet, Clifford's wharf 
Trenton Packets, ^c. Market street wharf n, side 
Union Line Steam boat Delaware, Market st. wharf 
Washington City, Hamilton's wharf 
White Hill Packet, High st. wharf north side 
Wilmington Packet, Massey's wharf, 12 s. Wharves 
Wilmington Steam boat, Massey's wharf 



PHYSICIANS, MIDWIVES, NURSES, &c 



BHY5ICJANS. 

ThQj^itjMfhdtkm * are Fractitimers in Midnaifety. 



Albert! Geo. F. 116«. Front 
Allison N. S. 68 s. Eighth 
Anderson Clark, 148 Cedar 
Atlee Edwin A. 78 n. 4th 
Austin John, cor. 6th & Arch 
Barnes James, 275 n. 2d 
Barton Benj. S. 241 Chesnut 
Barton Wm. jr. 69 s. 5th 
Bermond C. 10 Powell 
Bertron D. 328 n. 2d 
Bethausen E. 49 Green 
Billings Thos. 112 n. 8th 

• Blayney Arth. 161 Race 
Bullock J. jr. 212 Walnut 
Caldwell Chas. 211 s. 2d_ 
Carter Henry Y. 252 Spruce 
Cathrall Isaac, 121 Chesnut 
Chandler Thos. 341 High 
Chandler W. P., S. E. corner 

4th and WsUnut 

• Chapman N. 206 Chesnut 
Cleaver Isaac, 286 n. 2d 
Conover Samuel L. 141 s.5th 
Coxe J. R 8 York Buildings 
Currie Wm. 119 s Fifth 
Colhoun Saml. 59 s. 7th 
Dickerson A. 32 Callowhill 
Dorsey J. S. 120 Mulberry 
Duffield Samuel, 12 Chesnut 
Duffield Wm. 149 s. 3d 

• Dunlap Jas. 107 Mulberry 
Dyott T. W. cor. 2d & Race 
Frank Adam, 4th ab Coats* 
Gallaher James, 37 s. Fifth 
Cillasspy George, 90 s. 8th 
Glen Jas. S.W. comer Pnme 

and Fifth 
Gkntworth P. F. 144 Race 

• Griffith Elijah, 108 n. 4th 
Criffitts Saml. P. 62 s. Front 
Hanckel John M. 53 Coats' 
Harris Robert, 72 n. 9th 
>Iarris Samuel, 212 s. 4th 
Hartshome jos. 276 High 



» Hcwson Thos. T. 153 s. 2d 
Heister Xsftac,^ 115 n. Fifth 

* Heydrick Christ. 298 Race 
Heylin Isaac, 57 s. Seventh 

* Houston P. W. 19 Walnut 
Howell A. 330 High 

* James Thos. C. 146 s. 2d 
Johnston R. 128 s. Fifth 
Jones Thos. P. 25 Sansom 
Jones Thos. 144 Vine 
Keehmle John, 33 n. Fourth 
Kennedy B. cor. 6th & Race 

* Klapp Jos. 290 s. Second 
Knight Alex. 204 n. Front 
Kugler Benjamin, 118 s. 4th 
Kuhn Adam, 142 Chesnut 
La Roche Rene, cor. 5th & 

Pine 
Lambert J. H. 25 Filbert 
Le Baron Francis, 145 s, 6th 
M«Kinney Arch. 28 Powell 
Mann C. M. 200 Chesnut 
Manners John, Walnut, six 

doors above Tenth 

* Mathieu Joseph, 16 Branch 
Mayo R. 208 s. 5th comer 

Shippen 
Mease James, 192 Chesnut 
Miller P. 181 Arch 
Mitchell T. D. 208 s. 5th 
Moland Wm. N. comer 4th 

and Spruce 

* Mongea J. R. 81 s. 3d 

* Neill H. 266 s. Second 
Otto John C. 139 Mulberry 
Parke Thos. 20 s. Fourth 
Parrish Joseph, 109 Arch 
Peres Peter, 133^ Vine ^ 
Perkin John, 159 n. Second 
Pcrlee Abm. 159 n, 3d 
Physick P. S, 114 Mulberry 
Porter John, 165 Walnut 
Pronk John, 169 Pine 
Proudfit James, 123 s, 2^ 



PHYSICIANS, MIDWIVES, kc. 



xiv> 



* Pumell Wm. 56 Walnut 
Ravoudt W. S. 18 Old York 
Rousseau John C. 210Spruce 
Rush Benjamin, 98 s. 4th 
Rush James, 98 s. 4th 

Say Benjamin, 152 Chesnut 
Sermon Isaac, 105 n. Front 
Shafer Caspar, 66 Vine 

* Shaw Wm 237 Mulberry 
Shippen J. G. 234 Walnut 
Shumate J. R. 172 s. 3d 
Sommer John, 100 Arch 



Stafford Robert 21 & 25 Pine 
• Stewart Samuel, 20 Prune 
Stouse Joseph, 417 n. 2d 
Sutherland Joel B. 208 s. 5th 
Thompson Jesse, 34 Race 
Tucker A. B. 205 Arch 
Vanzyle J. Ill Plum 
"Wertheym A. J. 227 s. 3d 
Wistar Caspar, 112 s. 4th 
Weaver John, 69 Coats' 
White John, 108 n. Front 
Woollens J. 308 n. 3d 



MIDWIVES. 



Carlley Rebecca, 56 Shippen 
Egar C. Frankford road near 

Queen 
Ernes Ann, 146 n, 8th . 
Helmbold Eliza. 18 Quarry 
Hemphill Jane, 73 Plum 
Hoot Mary, 46 north 4th 
Mingle E. 22 Appletree alley 
Morrell Mrs. 71 Union 
Regin Ann, 16 Ann (N. L.) 



Rose Ann, 9 Brewer's alley 
Rose Jane, 7 Brewer's alley 
Shoemaker L. 10 Shippen 
Sneed Mrs. 3 Swanson 
Thackara Eleanor, 36 s. 6th 
Tormyn E. 113 Swanson 
Van Holt A. 184 s. 6th 
Wooley Mrs. 36 Appletree 

alley 
Zigler Ann, 74 New 



NURSES. 



Albertson H. 15 Mary (S.) 
Ambler Mrs. back 115 Arch 
Andrews Mary, Lily alley 
Arehart Cath. 9 \t'ood 
Ash Mrs. back 198 n. 2d 
Bain Mrs. 269 s. 5th 
Baker S. 23 n. 4th 
Ballenger Mrs. 74 New 
Barker R. 66 Catharine 
Barton E. 531 s. Front 
Browne M.2 Appletree alley 
Butler Sarah, Frankford road 

near Queen 
Cambell F- 13 Callowhill 
Carr Mrs. 32 Sugar alley 
Casely M. 13 Springett alley 
Christy C. 25 Union 
Clark Mrs. 15 South alley 
Clifford Mrs. 411 s. Front 
Cline E. 4th above Browne 
Clothier M. 5 Cresson's alley 
Coleman Mrs. 20 Race 



Cook E. 28 Sugar alley 
Cornelius A. 207 s. 5th 
Cowdrick M. 61 Tammany 
Cressel B. 129 Callowhill 
Cyfarrid C. Scott's alley 
Dalrymple E. Prime bel. 2d 
Davis S. 7 Brewer's alley 
Edleman S. 145 Cherry 
Fisher Mary, 47 n. 6th 
Fiss Mrs. 205 n. 8th 
Francis H. cor. Christian & 

Third 
Frost M. 127 New 
Giles Hannah, 29 Noble 
Glynn M. Steinmetz court. 

(N.L.) 
Graham EHz. 98 Green 
Green Mrs. enquire 78 Ches- 
nut 
Greenman Mary, 132 CoatS' 
Grim Mar)', 39 Coates alley 
Grogen M. Rose alley 



MV 



PHYSICIANS, MIDWIVES, he. 



Hammond Mrs. 59 New 
Hartwell Mrs. 40 Vine 
Harvey Marg. 78 Lombard 
Hink Mary, 254 n. Front 
HuVmgs Ann, West's court 
Lawrence R, 153 n. 2d 
Levers Sarah, 145 Chesnut 
Lindsay P. 24 Cox's alley 
Livingston M. 47 Lombard 
Lloyd Margaret, 154 Race 
M'Donnell H- 8th ab. Vine 
Maree M. 49 Coates alley 
Marks H. 39 Cable lane 
Matlack H. 56 Shippen 
Miller L. 531 s. Front 
Miller S- 3 Patton's court 
Miller G. 3 Patton's court 
Moore P. 125 Pine 
Mushel Mrs. 22 Appletree 

alley 
Nelson Mrs. 24 Elizabeth 
Newark Mrs. 9 Catharine 



Norton J. 9 Chancery lane 
Peddel Mrs. 270 s. Front 
Perry Ann, 74 Nevr 
Pettit Hester, 74 New 
Powell R, Shepherd's court 
Prettyman E. back 382 s, 2d 
Pummeroy E. 368 n. 3d 
Richards S. back 86 s. 3d 
Roney H. 7 Brewer's alley 
Rose M. Sugar alley 
Rowan E. 23 Little German 
Sherer Ann, SpafFord 
Snyder M. 72 New 
Spade S. 59 Shippen 
Stanfield S. 60 Penn 
Thomas S, 13 Willing's alley 
Van Tnimp E. 16 n. 6th 
Vocason Mrs. 10 South alley 
Warnick Martha, 34 Plum 
Wiles Mrs. 33 n. Fifth 
Wood Mary, 23 Walnut 



LAYERS OUT OF THE DEAD, 



Bliss S. 47 Vine 

Bulfinch Mrs. 26 Columbia 

avenue 
Campbell S. 136 s. 4th 
Field Mrs. 137 Spruce 
Graff Rebecca, 190 Vine 
•Hutman Mrs. 4th ab. Coats' 



Jacobs Mrs. 22 Appletree al- 
ley 
January H. back 39 Arch 
Powell R. Shepherd's court 
Robbms Eliz. 153 Vine 
Walker Mrs. 15 Sterling al- 
ley 



DENTISTS AND BLEEDERS. 



Bennet R. 51 Passyunk 
Bowers Michael, 402 n. 3d 
Eckendorff Martin, 10 s. 6th 
Gardett Jas. 75 Walnut 
Gilliams L. 35 Mulberry 
Harberger H. 11th bel. Wal- 
nut 
Holt George, 46 n. Thhd 
Houston P. W 19 Walnut 
Huckel Joseph, 29 Lombard 
Hudson E. 133 Walnut 
Klingle G. 148 n. 8th 
Koecker Leonard, 33 n. 8th 



M'Cown J. Walnut n. 11th 
Pierie J. N.E. corner Walnut 

and Fourth 
Ripperger Conrad, 29 n. 4th 
Simon P. Vine below 8th 
Simmons S, 181 s. Front 
Smith Jacob, 269 s. Second 
t Simpson Wm. Barclay'^ 

alley 
Soast J. S. cor. 5th & Logan 
Uhle John, 45 n. 4th 
Van Pelt Peter, 149 Chesmr^ 
Wolf Lewis, 5 n. Sixth 



Leonard John, 108 German 

BLEEDERS WITH LEECHES. 

Cunitz Lewis, 170 Race Holt George, 46 n. Third 

Darr Jacob, 154 n. 4rh Ripperger Conrad, 29 n. 4th 

Hartman John, 43 n. 6sh 



LATE REMOVALS, kc, 



Abbott Edward, sea captain 22 Race 

Adams John, tavernkeeper 226 south Sixth 

Adams Peter, baker 20 Shippen 

Adams Robert, segarmaker 24 Phini 

Ailes Joseph, shoemaker 295 south Third 

Alexander Mary, shopkeeper 33 Race 

Alexander Rachael, widow 24 Plum 

Allbright Jacob, labourer 80 German 

Amos Abm. cordwainer 213 Race 

Anders Robert, carpenter 172 Pine 

Anderson Alexander, distiller 63 north 7lh 

Anderson Clark, ?i. d. 148 Cedar 

Anderson Hugh, engraver ISO Cedar 

Anderson Thomas, 63 north Sixth 

Andrews Joel, combmaker 1 Sterling alley 

Andrews Thomas, hatter 6 Wagner's alley 

Apple John, cordwainer 62 Sassafras 

Arbin Joseph, mnriner 24 Shippen 

Ardley Robert A. broker 130 Lombard 

Arnold Thomas, shipwright 20 Parham's alley 

Arnold Geo. ladies* shoemaker 3 Garrigues' court 

Arthurs Stephen, taylor Billing's court 

Ash M. W. attorney at law 89 Race 

Aston James, carpenter 37 Queen (S.) 

Auner P. taylor 61 Cherry 

Bacon John, 1 19 Race 

Baker Henry, painter, &c. 24 Cherry & 20 n. 4lh 

Barker Joseph, sea captain Cox's alley 

Barnes Edward, cabinetmaker 13 Cherry 

Barnes Samuel \V. coachpainter 60 Cherry ai\d 

Starr alley 
Barnes James, capt. New Castle packet 8 Parham's 

alley 
Barnett Mrs. widow 58 George (S.) 
Barquet John, tinplateworker 151 south Sixth 
Bates Benj. accomntaiit ^0 George (S.) 



xvl LATE REMOVALS, Stc, 

Battin John, drayman 124 Cedar 

Bealert Margaret, widow 52 Lombard 

Beatty Robert, baker 89 Cedar 

Bechler rev. John C. 74 Race 

Bell Jane, grocer 138 Lombard 

Bingham Peter, sea captain 12 Parham's alley 

Black Thomas, grocer 93 Shippen 

Black Patrick, grocer 80 Plum 

Black Patrick, late grocer 58 Catharine 

Blye John H. sea captain 23 Lombard 

Bodey R. chairmaker 277 south Third 

Boisier J. shoemaker 74 Lombard 

Boyd John, coachmaker £c corder 36 George (S.; 

Brady Charles, shoemaker 45 Georgt (S.) 

Brown David, sea captain 13 Little German 

Brown Joseph, shoemaker 289 south Third 

Brown Joshua, grocer 99 Shippen 

Brown Thomas T. doctor, Vernon 

Brown Wm. grocer 1 5 Shippen 

Bunce William, sea captain Pfeiffer's alley 

Cales John, bookbinder 36 Sliippen 

Carrell Henry, carpenter 2 1 Plum 

Carrilson Wm. grocer 46 Plum 

Carson Samuel, sea captain 15 Queen 

Carty Charles, corner Front and China 

Clark Calvin, printer 36 Prune 

Clark Charles, mariner 56 Catharine 

Fariel John, hatter 106 Cedar 

Tarrand Thomas, pilot, 34 Cathanne 

Farrell James, boardinghouse 72 Plum 

Fawcett Wm. accomptant 57 Cherry 

I'earis Bernard, gentleman 166 Pine 

Feariss Francis, comm. mercht. 69 s. Water 

Fenner Peter, sexton back 14 Sterling alley 

Ferguson Ebenezer, justice of the peace, 229 south 

Third, below Cedar 
Ferguson lyiiss, 40 George (S.) 
Fichtner GodiV. peelmaker 8c tavernkeeper 56 Plum 
Fimple Jacob, bookbinder 50 Wood (N. L.) 
Fink Adam, stockingwcaver 26 North alley 
Fink Nicholas, printer 9 Lombard 
Fink Jacob, stockingweaver 26 North alley 
Finn Jacob, ccrdwaincr 13 Strawberry 



LATE REMOVAL*, &l. xvii 

Finnegan Mrs. of James, &4 north Sixth 

Fisher George, cordt^^r 77 Lombard 

Fitzgerald Jesse, innkeeper 69 Kacc 

Fitzgerald Thomas, 127 Lombard 

Flanagan Patrick, taylor 249 south Fourth 

Flegler Valentine, bottler 27 North ailey 

Fletcher Catharine, widow 256 Race 

Flowers Geo. feedstore 270 Race 

Floyd John, grocer 265 south Fourth 

Fluck Adam, innkeeper 106 Race 

F^olwell Richard, editor of the Spirit of the Press, 

183 north Third 
Ford Lawrence, buttonmaker 199 Race 
Forman Isaac, teacher 152 Race 
Forrest Peter, hatter 52 Cherry 
Forrest VVm. accomptant 55 Shippen 
Foulk Peter, painter, Sec. 8 Hinckel's court 
Fritz Jacob, cabinetmaker 14 South alley 
Fritz John, merchant 1 1 South alley 
Fry George, potter 136 Race 
Fry John, victualler 22 North alley 
Gano John, accompL^ant 28 North alley 
Garehard Conrad, 32 Race 
Garrigues Wm. jun. carpenter 37 Cherry 
Gaschet Louis D. 208 south Sixth 
Gaskill Daniel, shoemaker 4 Garrigues' court 
Gault Wm. smith, Cherry above Sixth 
George James, grocer S.E. cor. Plum and Third 
Gilder Reuben, saddler, kc. 50 Lombard 
Gilmore James, watchman to bank Penn. 82 Plum 
Gilmore Mary, widow 40 Gaskill 
Gilou Jolm H. taylor 8 German 
Gitliens Delaplain, bricklayer 6 Penrr. avenue 
Given John, drayman 132 Cedar 
Gleandrau John, grocer 80 Race 
Glenn David, carpenter cor. Sixth and Pine 
Grace Austin, boardinghouse 16 south Second 
Graham George, m. d. 98 north Seventh 
Gratz Jacob, merchant S.W. cor. Chcsnut 8c 7th 
Gravenstine Ehzabeth, fruiterer 131 Race 
Gray Joseph, late brewer 6 1 north Sixth 
GuiUe doctor. 123 Lombard 

b 9 



xvlii LATE REMOVALS, &.;• 

Hackett Simon, hatter 48 Shjppen 

Haddock H. grocer 41 Lombard 

Kagstoz Jacob, sugar refiner back 148 Race 

Hagstoz Sc Reilly, sugar refiners S.E. cor. Vine 8? 

Crown 
Hall John, merchant 16 Penn and 15 Lombard 
Hallowell Jesse, stablekeeper 2 Cherry 
Hamilton John, cordwainer 24 Pine alley 
Hammell Samuel, grocer 67" Race 
Handly John, printer 31 Lombard 
Hanley Wm. printer 147 Cherry 
Harding Richard, 102 Sassafras 
Hardy David, grocer 231 south Fourth 
Hardy John, 17 Lomba*'d 

Hargesheimer John, painter, &c. 225 south Third 
Harold rev. Wm. V. 17 Willing's alley 
Harvey Joseph, shoemaker 136 Cedar 
Harvey Wm. cordwainer 122 Cedar 
Haynes David, shoemaker 66 German 
Heck George, carpenter 129 Cedar 
Hedelius Andrew, sea captain 1 1 Race 
Heisler John,- cedarcooper 126 Race 
Helverston Nicholas, tavernkeeper 5 North alley 
Hemphill Alexander, liquor store 103 Cedar 
Hendry James, innkeeper 3 Shippen 
Heron John, grocer cor. Fourth and Shippen 
Herrington Wm. printer 13 Cresson's alley 
Hesser Daniel, stonecutter 75 north Seventh 
Heusden Caster, combmaker 137 Cedar 
Heyl Philip, carpenter 7 Wagner's alley 
Hilligus Joseph, accomptant 50 Shippen 
Hogbin John, taylor 5 Stall's court 
HoHick Charles, sexton Cresson's alley 
Hopkins Hezekiah, 70 Lombard 
Hopkins John, razorstrop maker 94 Lombard 
Horn Joseph, accomptant 5 Wagner's alley 
Hoskins Thomas, accomptant 194 Pine 
Howell E. taylor 20 Cherry 
Howell John, carpenter 19 Sterling alley 
Huddy H. shoemaker 69 Cedar 
Huggins Samuel, accomptant 8 Stall's court 
Huiings Abm. wheelwright 65 Plum 



LATEREMOVALS, Stc. 

Husson H. cabinetmaker 150 Lombard 

Hurpin John, gentleman 17 Cherry 

Hutchinson Jonathan, bricklayer Nicholson's court 

Hutchinson Robert, saddler 2 1 Cherry 

Hute Catharine, widow 127 Race 

Hute Isaac, shoemaker Richardson's court 

Hutton Joseph, grocer 47 Cedar 

Ives John, carpenter 10 Cherry'and 8 s. 2d 

Irwin John, 119 Lombard 

Jackson Ephraim, silver plater, back 14 Cherry 

James Stephen, carpenter 27 Cresson's alley 

Joad John, 109 Sassafras 

Johnson Jacob, shoemaker 5 Cresson*s alley 

Johnson Maltbew, accomptant 89 Locust 

Johnson Samuel, cordwainer 1 60 south Sixth 

Johnston Wm. P. accomptant 155 s Sixth 

Jourdon P. teacher 269 south 4th 

Kalbach and Landis, sugar refiners 189 Cherry 

Kast Frederick, broker 55 Lombard 

Kean Wm. accomptant 1^59 south Sixth 

Kennedy Jarpes, sea captain 56 George (S.) 

King John, shoemaker 101 Cedar 

King John S. millwright 29 Plum 

Kite Isaac, carpenter Hause's court 

Knorr Samuel, baker and news carrier 2 Cresson*s 

alley 
Knox John, teacher 145 Lombard 
Kurtz Henry, tailor 27 Cherry 
Labbe F. C. large shawl printer 206 Cherry 
Lake Thomas, 41 George (S.) 
Lane John, baker 57 Lombard 
Largue E. Spanish segur maker 8 Ijombard 
Leathem J. ladies shoemaker 154 Cherry 
Lee Wm. teacher 69 Cherry 
Lefevre Philip, shoemaker 1 Hinckel's court 
Lemorelle Joseph, gentleman 61 Lombard 
Little Archibald, dealer 93 Zombard 
Lloyd Joseph, attorney at law, 109 Lombard 
Lloyd Zophar, cabinet maker 257 south Third 
Longuefoise John B. 23 Plum 
Lopez Joseph, sea captain 53 Gaskill 
Lc^vth Samuel, sea captain 13 Queen (S.*) 



iK LATE REMOVALS, Ecc 

Lyndall Joseph W, cabinet maker 7 1 Gaskiii 
M'Call A. shoemaker 263 south Fourth 
M'Caslin John, bookbinder 3 Knight's court 
M'Collister John, grocer corner Cedar and 4th 
M'Connell Matthew, jr. bookseller and stationer 89 

south Second 
M'Convvell Andrew, grocer SO Cedar 
M'Clintock John, teacher 12 Pennsylvania avenue 

and 1 18 New 
M'Clenachan Robert, merchant 77 Cherry 
M' Donald James, 37 Race and 102 Cherry 
McDonald Mordecai, cordwainer 49 n, 8th 
M'Fee — — , cabinet maker 64 George (S.) 
M'Glinsy Patrick, grocer 62 Cedaj* 
M'Glathery George, carpenter Barron street 
M'Glathery James, 210 s. Siith 
M'Mackin Samuel, weaver 78 Cedar 
M'Kinley John, grocer 146 Lombard 
M'Gill Stephen, smith 3 Hinckle's court 
M'Guiggen John,accomptant4 Pennsylvania avenue 
M'Leod Malcolm, carpenter 154 Race 
M'Leveen Miles, sea captain 1 1 3 Race 
Macbride John, carter 31 Plum 
Maddin Ferdinand, distiller 14 Race 
Marcker Philip, coachmaker, back 152 Race 
Martin John, china merchant 142 Cedar 
Martin J. m. d. 1 1 Cherry 
Martin Samuel, sailmaker 106 Lombard 
Maull Israel, carpenter 35 Cherry 
Maxwell James, shoemaker 71 Plum 
Mayer Rev. Philip F. 87 Race 
Meade Edward, sea captain 63 Cherry 
Mechlin Jacob, accomptant 149 Sassafras 
Metmon John, muffin baker 9 Knight's court 
Meyer Henry, baker 30 Queen (S.) 
Miles Lewis, accomptant 13 Catharine 
Millard Wm. bleeder 43 Catharine 
Miller John, turner, &c. 144 Cherry 
Miller Wm. carter 135 Cherry 
Miller Philip, carter 194 Cherry 
Miller John, victualler 138 Race ., 
Miller James, potter 33 Catharine 



LATE REMOVALS, &c. xx« 

Mitchell Thomas, fancy chair painter 52 George (S.) 

Mitchell Wm. sea captain 1 Pennsylvania^ avenue 

Maifett James, 41 Catharine 

Monferrier Wm. grocer 90 Shippen 

Moliineux .Benjamin, hatter 7 Pennsylvania avenue 

Mulock George, currier 12 Sterling alley 

Murdock J. sea captain 168 Cherry & 13 Lombard 

^lurta Wm. distiller corner Plum and 3d 

Myers ■, carpenter 10 Stall's court 

Myers B printer, back 14 Chtrry 

Nangel W. grocer 33 Cedar 

Newcomb Wm. sea captain 61 Shippen 

Navarre Peter, buker 212 south Sixth 

Nelson Martin, suspender and hat maker 77 s. otl 

Northrop Jonathan, confectioiv;r9l Cedar 

Northrop Enoch, cooper 46 Lombard 

O'Donnell P. storekeeper 60 Cedar 

Odenheimer John, baker 56 Plum 

Ogden Thomas, cabinet maker 10 Strawb^iy 

Oulmon Myer, grocer 75 Shippen 

Owens Michael, tinman 61 German 

Paine Wm. sea captain 82 Cedar 

Palmer Simeon, pilot 45 Catharine 

Park Samue\, accomptant 12th 3d door ab. CliEsnuJ. 

Park Wm. 264 Lombard 

Barkison James, tailor Nicholson's court 

Paul L. boarding house 72 s. Sixth 

Pearce Thomas, broker cor. Lombard and 4tji 

Pollard John, shoemaker 20 Plum 

Price Wm. J. 24 1 south Fourth 

Prope George, sugar refiner 1 5 Vernon 

Ramsey Thomas, 49 German 

Ranten Henry, sea captain 1 10 Cherry 

Regnaud Lewis F. paper hanger 23 Vernon 

Renegam Francis, sea captain 52 Catharine 

Roberts John, sea captain 1 1 Little German 

Row George, accomptant 29 Catharine 

Russell John, shoemaker 41 Plum 

Sackriter Jacob, tanner 31 1 south Third 

Sargent Thomas, innkeeper 3 Cherry 

Schaeffer G. piano forte teacher 106 Race 

Schenck Robert D. carpenter 162 Race 

Schnaible Lawrence, stocking weaver 26 North airey 



xxii LATE REMOVALS, hi. 

Scott George, carpenter 75 n. 8th 
Scott William, tailor Starr alley 
Sendos Dominick, merchant 156 Arch 
Seurrah Ann, grocer 75 Cedar 
Selby James, sea captain 68 Lombard 
Shafer Henry, shoemaker 35 Shippen 
Shepherd Allen, coachmaker 268 Race 
Shields Hugh, stone cutter 211 Cherry 
Shields Isaac, Wagner's alley 
Shubert George, shoemaker 104 Cherry 
Shields James, bookbinder, back 160 Race 
Simpsons. 8c Co. merchants 104 Chesnut 
Sheed Wm. sea captain 50 Race 
Simon Z)avid, teacher 1 1 Stall's court 8c 22 Cherry 
Simpson James, carter 64 Catharine 
Smith Elisha, teacher 6 Hinckel's court 
Smith Francis, coachtrimmer 148 Cherry 
Smith George, conveyancer Queen n. Front 
Smith Henry, baker 6 Little German 
Smith John H. shoemaker 172 Lombard 
Smith John, shoemaker 58 Lombard 
Smith Ralph H. carpenter 7 1 Cherry 
Smith Sarah, widow 75 Cherry 
Smith Samuel, mahogany sawyer 79 Plum 
Smith Wm- hatter 5 Stall's court 
Snow Silas, carpenter Hause's court 
Snowden Isaac, 266 Arch 

Souders Godfrey, copperplate printer 3 1 Cresson^s 
alley 

Soullier ^, merchant 132 Pine 

Sparks Jacob F. tobacconist 85 Cedar 
Spear Josiah, broker Barron street 
Spohn Francis, carpenter 176 Race 
Stanly Wm. carpenter Hoffman's alley 
Starne Wm. minter Shriver*s court 
Steiner Frederick, tailor 1J2 North alley 
Stellwaggen Daniel S. sea captain 36 Race 
Stewart Wm. M. cabinet maker Hoffman's alley 
Stewart James, carpenter 17 Plum 
Sturgis Benj. shoemaker 239 south Fourth 
Stockdale Jeraldus, teacher 6 Plum 
Sumpton Rebecca, cake bakei' 154 Arch 



LATE REMOVALS, &c. x*iii 

Tanguy Peter, goldsmith 88 Cedar 
Tayler Alexander, tailor & tavernkeeper 4 1 Cedar 
Taylor Wm. bricklayer 15 Plum 
Thomas Amor, tailor 104 Cedar 
Thomas John, boot and shoemake»'44s. Third 
Thomson James, cabinet maker 66 '& 67 Lombard 
Thorman Nicholas, sea captain 10 Queen (S.) 
Tompkin W. bleeder 14 Queen (S.) 
roner James, grocer 307 s. 3d cor. German 
Fruit Thomas, shoemaker 49 George (S.) 
Fruit Miers F. supercargo Shippen n. 2d 
Urion Eliz. widow, 251 s. Third 
Walters Charles, bootmaker 39 George (S.) 
Waltz Benjamin, teacher 42 Plum 
Wattenby Thos. silversmith cor^. George i^y Shippen 
Webb Robert, jeweller 57 Shippen 
Wilden Wm. capt. New Castle packet 13 Vernon 
Wilden Jane, widow, 1 1 Vernon 
Williams G. bleeder 112 Shippen 
Willis SolomoQ; turner 7 Vernon 



DIRECTIONS TO THE READER. 

(N- L.) for Northern Liberties — (K.) Kensington 
—(P. T.) Penn. Township— (V.) Vineyard— (C.) 
for city— (S) Southwark — (M.) Moyamensing-^ 
(P.) Passyunk — (sch.) Schuylkill — n. north — s. 
south — e. east — ^w. west — cor. corner — n. near— 
ab. above — R. road — bet. between — ^^f persons of 
colour — ^bel. below. 

^CT* For nannies not found in the body of the 
work, see list of " late removals, 8cc." 

There are alternate references from the names 
that sound alike, throughout the work ; x'zz. Allison^ 
see Ellison ; or Ellison, see Allison. 

The reader will please to observe the following 
general rule for finding the numbers on houses, in 
the diifcrent streets in this city. In those streets 
that run east and west, say High street, the numbers 
begin from the Delaware, the odd being on the north 
side. In those that run north and south, say Fourth 
street, the numbers begin from High street, running 
north and south, the odd being on the east side. 

AUCTIONEERS. 

STATED DAYS OF SALE. 

Passmore &; Sperry, No. 34 south Front 

Dry Goods. Monday and Thursday afternoon 
Groceries, Wednesday & Saturday morning 

Silas E. Weir, No/20 south Front street 
Dry Goods. Wednesday and Saturday afternoon 
Groceries. Tuesday and Friday morning 

F. Montmollin Sc S. Moses, No. 37 n. Front st. 
Dry Goods. Tuesday and Friday afternoon 
Groceries. Monday and Thursday, 12 o'clock 

Humes and Lippincott, No. 15 south Front street 
Dry Goods. Tues. fnorning & Frid. afternoon 
Groceries, Monday and Thursday 

peter Kuhn & Son, No. 65 south Front street 
Dry Goods, Monday and Thursday afternoon 
Groceries, Thursday and Friday afternoon 

J, Dorsey, Groceries, Wednesday and Saturday 
mornings. Stocks and Real Estate, Tuetday 
evening at the Merchants' Coffee House 



PAXTON'S 

PHILADELPHIA DIRECTORY, 

FOR 1813. 

Containing all the heads of Families^ and fier- 
9Cns in Business, alfihabetically arrant;ed. 
ICT^'^ee '^ Directions to the Reader.'* 

ABB ABE 

A:BBETT Henry, smith 111 8c 29 1 north Second 
Abbett Henry 8c Co. smiths 1 1 1 north Second 
Abbett Jonatlian, blacksmith 291 north Second 

and 130 Browne 
Abbott David, bookseller 52 Green 
Abbott George, hairdresser 9 Chesnut 
Abbott widow of John, cooper 15 Gilles* alley 
Abbott John, wrought nailer 71 Budd 
Abbott John, cooper 8 Little Water 
Abbott John, currier Fourth near Tammany 
Abl)ott Joseph, carpenter back 147 St. John 
Abbott Joseph and Riley, cuiTiers 171 north Third 
Abbott Thomas B. grocer 197 north Second 
Abbott Timothy, currier 97 Chesnut 
Abbott Timothy and Co. curriers 97 Chesnut 
Abbott Wm. H. carver and gilder 5 1 Chesnut 
Abbott William, brewer corner of Pear and Dock 

and 2 Lodge 
Abel Anthony, slioemaker 376 north Second 
Abel George, shoemaker 200 N. Water and 205 

north X'ront 
Abel Jacob, victualler cor. Shippcn's lane k Cedar 



8 ABE ADA 

Abel John, carpenter 10 Brown 
Abel Jos. shoemaker 10 Browne 8c 123 N. Fourth 
Abel Mrs. milkwoman Cedar near sch. Eighth 
Abell Moses, carter 15 Fayette 
Abel Peter, shomaker 376 north Second 
Abel Peter, stablekeeper 2.1 Appletree alley- 
Abel widow, washerwoman Twelfth near Vine 
Abercromb^e James, d. d. assistant minister of 
Christ & St. Peter's churches Sec. 162 S. Fourth 
Abercrombie Thomas B. printer Juniper lane 
Abraham George D. storekeeper corner Second 

and Catharine 
Abraham Henry, taylor 37 Pewterplatter alley 
Abraham Jacob, labourer 465 north Third 
Abraham Isaac victualler 170 Coats 
Abraham widow of B. victualler 427 N. Fourth 
Abrams Enoch, grocer 52 Filbert & 23 N. Sixth 
Abrams E. 8c D. grocers 23 north Sixth 
Abrams James, shallopman 165 north Front 
Abrams Thomas, merchant 13 S. wharves and 

.140 Pine 
Abrams William, printer 23 Chesnut 
Acheson David, merchant 1 Sansom [_see jitki7ison 
Ackley widow of Elijah, 261 north Front 
Ackley J. B. oil and colourmah .169 north Second 
Adams Abigail widow, 97 New 
Adams Alex. 8c Wm. grocers Fligh corner sch, 

Eight dwelling Broad near Chesnut 
Adams Benjamin, carpenter Noble near Third 
Adams 8c Cummings, grocers s. e. cor. 3d 8c Arch 
Adams George, potter Lombard near sch. Eighth 
Adams Jacob W. printer and grocer 66 MulL-erry 
t Adams Jacob, wood sawyer Cedar cor. Seventli 
Adams John, mariner 3 Fitzwater 
Adams John, agent 229 Cailowhill 
t Adams John, mariner 8 Hurst 
Adams Sc Loughery, merchants (Sumerl's wharf 

back 75 north Water 
Adams Moses, shipwright Front below Federal 
Adams Mrs. boarding house 237 Mulberry 
Adams Nathan, storekeeper 183 north Second 
Adams N. shipwright Queen near Frankford road 
Acluias Robert; merchant 80 south Eighth 



ADA AKI 

Adams Robert, carpenter and shipjoiner 9 Pine 

Adams Robert, carter sch. Second near Walnut 

Adam.s S. W. teacher Broad near Chesnut 

Adams widow of Thomas, Baker 

Adams William, cordwainer 65 Christian 

Adams William, (grocer 46 south Second 

t Adams William, plaisterer Blackberry alley 

Adams William, hat warehouse 50 Hij^h above 2d 

Adams Zephaniah, wharf-builder Oak n. Browne 

Adcock William, 246 Sassafras 

Addiks JohnEd. commission merchant 65 S. Fourth 

Addington Stephen, preceptor Sec. 314 High 

Addis Amos, carpenter 335 north Second 

Addis Dan. attorney at law Sc conveyancer 122 

south Fourth 
Addis Elizabeth widow, 470 north Second 
Addison Arthur, mariner 37'4 south Front 
Ad,^ate Daniel, grocer 65 S. Seventh Sc 21 S. Third 
t Adkins Charles, carpenter Blackberry Alley 
Adkinson James, carter 2d above Germantown road 
Adkinson Wm. B. storekeeper Hamilton village 
Adler Ciu'istian, morocco dresser Vine below 8^ 
Adudcll Sarah, washerwoman 50 Coats 
Adoiph John, carpenter Sc grocer corner St. John 

and Green 
Aeilers John, labourer old York road above Poplar 
Aertsen E. shopkeeper 27 south Fourth 
Afftick Ann 183 south Second 
Ager Charlotte widow, Frankford road near Otter 
Agncw Margaret, shopkeeper 342 north Front 
Aiken Joseph, shoemaker 10 Plum 
Airy Samuel, carpenter 155 south Fifth 
Aitken Jane, successor to Robert, printer and 

stationer 71 north Third 
Aitken J. shoemaker 12 Gilles's alley 
Aitken John, cabinetmaker Chesnut above Sixth 
Aitken John, silversmith Sec. Broad above Chesnut 
Aitken L. widow 182 St. John 
Aitken Mrs. widow, boarding house 48 Spruce 
Aitken Robert, printer 8 1 St. John 
Aitken Robert jun. bookbinder 12 Quarry 
Ailken William, drayman 66 Coats 
Aitken John, carter Vine near sch. Eighth 



10 AKI — -ALE 

Akein John, coppersmith 28 Bread 
Akip. Barbary widow, Georg-e above 10th [[se^ -EA:»t 
Akin James, engraver and draftsman 39 N. 6th 
Akins William, labourer back 7 Bedford [M.] 
Akins Joseph, innkeeper 8 Strawberry. 
Alberson Gilbert, lumbermerchant 101 Swanson 
Alberson R. lumbermerchant 99 & 101 Swanson 
Albert Anthony, tobacconist 422 north Second 
Albert Caspar, tavernkeeper corner Third Sc Brown 
t Albert James, labourer Pryor's alley 
Alberti George F. m. d. 116 north Front 
Albertson Benjamin, teacher 30 Church alley 
Albertscn Hannah, nurse 15 Mary (S.) 
Albertson Nixon, cabinetmaker 89 south Front 
Albrecht Charles, instrument maker 95 Vine 
Albright Conrad, shoe warehouse south-east cor* 

ner of Second and High 
Albright Frederick, cedarcooper 8 1 Brown 
AUbrigbt Frederick, shoemaker 26 South alley 
Albright John, labourer 1 1 Callowhill 
Albright John, ropemaker Hicory lane near Sixth 
Albright Michael, cedar cooper 36 N. Sixth 
Alburger A. victualler 259 Callowhill 
Alburger Henry, victualler Laurence near Vine 
Alburger John victualler 261 Callowhill 
Alburger Philip junr. sexton Wood above Eighth 
Alburger P. victualler Laurence near Vine 
Alburger S. Sc E. mantua makers 112 N. Fourth 
Alburger widow of Jacob 5 Wood near Fifth 
Alchin George, bookbinder 262 Mulberry 
Alcock William, printcutter 66 north Second 
Alcorn Geo. lastmakcr, leather cutter and dealer 
m all kinds of morocco and soal leather 77 Dock 
Alcorn Michael, sea captain 115 south Fifth 
Alden Samuel, shocstore corner High &c Fourth 
t Alexander Aaron, painter &c. 228 south SeventU 
t Alexander Charles, cooper Lombard near 13th 
Alexander Eleanor, grocer north-west corner Se- 
cond and Sliippen 
Alexander Elizabeth, widow, Bedford (K). 
Alexander James, grocer 87 south Water 
Alexander James, shoemaker 147 Walnut 
Alexander Jas. ladica shoemaker, 13th below Ches 



ALE— Aii: 11 

Alexander John, printer Rose Alley (C.) 
Alexander John P. grodbr 482 Sassafras 
Alexander Jos. bootmaker MoyamensinEjn. Prime 
Alexander Joseph, labourer, 198 south Fifth 
Alexander Richard, cabinetmaker 92 south Third 
Alexander Robert, grocer 27 Green 
Alexander Thomas, labourer 104 S. 10 st. 
Alexander Volf, printer 68 Vine 
AK'l^nder William, carter Cherry below Juniper 
Algeo John, wholesale and retail grocer, corner of 

High and Schuylkill Fifth 
Algeo Thomas, wholesale and retail grocer High 

west of Permanent bridge 
All Margaret, widow 327 n! Third 
Allardice Peter, silkdyer, 8cc. 181 S. Second 
Allcut John, blacksmith 122 Brown 
Allen Cairns, teacher Eleventh aljove Sassafras 
Allen Aquilla, labourer back 47 Green, [^See Allin. 
Allen Chamless, grocer S. W. corner 2d and Pine 
Allen Charles, druggist, Sec. 160 south Second 
Allen C'.arles, china store 42 High 
Allen David, shoemaker and sexton 34 Christian 
Alien David, storekeeper 6 Elfrith's alley 
Alien David and John, storekeepers 28 N. Second 
Allen Edward, hatter 458 Sassafras 
Alien Enoch, taylor 52 and 54 S. Water corner of 

Chesnut 
Allen Hugh, carter back 104 Cherry 
Allen Ira, gentleman 99 S. Fifth 
Allen Isaac shaliopman Btach near Maiden 
Allen James, blacksmith 443 N. Front 
Alien John, oakcoopcr 15 and 18 Strawberry S. 

wharves 
Allen John, merchant compting house 45 Dock, 

dwelling 120 spruce 
Allen John, labourer 416 N. Front 
Allen John, E. gentleman Second below Federal 
Allen John, sexton Christian between Third and 

Fourth 
t Allen John, Aliens' court 
t Allen John, waiter back 6 Locust 

A 2 



12 ALL .ALL 

Allen John W. Printer York St. 

Allen Joseph jiin. carpenter 60 Spruce 

Allen Jos. niarmer Swedes alley and 362 N. Front 

Allen Joseph, carpenter 188 St. John 

Allen Joseph, sea captain 273 S. Front 

Allen Joshua A. accomptant 61 S. Seventh 

Allen Lewis, merchant 244 High 

Allen Mary widow, boarding house 333 High 

Allen Mrs. widow, semstress 222 S. Fifth 

Allen Matthew, boarding house 458 south Front 

Allen Miller, accomptant Callowhill above Tenth 

Allen Mrs. boarding house 25 Pine 

Allen Philip labourer Lee's court 

Allen Richard, F. merchant 63 north Front 

t Allen Rev. Richard, 150 Spruce 

Allen Robert, collector of taxes 156 S. Sixth 

Allen Samuel R. merchant 23 N. Front 

Allen Samuel, merchant 29 Mulberry 

t Allen Sam-uel, woodsawyer Rose street 

Allen Susan, china store 42 High 

Allen Susan, millin<;r. Sec. 35 N. Fourth 

Allen Thomas, proprietor of horses and carriages 

for sale or hire 46 north Sixth 
Allen Thomas, mariner 247 N. Front 
Allen Thomas, P. combmaker 19 Passyunk 
Allen Thomas, labourer Shields* alley 
Allen William, accomptant 25 Callowhill 
AUeson Smith, tinsmith 72 north Seventh 
AUibone and Keim, flour merchants N. E. corner 

of Sassafras and Water 
Allibone Thomas, attorney at law 28 N,. Fifth 
Allibone Tliomas, carpenter 292 S. Third 
AUibone William, currier 216 north Second 
Allibone William, jun. merchant corner of Water 

and Race, dwelling 212 Mulberry 
Alligood Thomas, mariner back 121 Queen 
AUin D. and T. Ware, carpenters 79 Locust 
Aliinson Bernice, widow Brooke court 
Allis Mrs. of lienry, carpenter 460 Sassafras 
AhJson Rev. Burgiss, d. jd. Burlington N. J. 
Allison John, labourer 1 1 Passyunk \^See Ellison, 
AlU%on John, conveyancer 256 south Front 
Aiiison John, carpenter 37 Mary (S) 



ALL AND 13 

Allison John B. feed store comer Arch and twelfth 
Allison N, S. m. d. 70 south Eighth 
Allison Robert, coacapainter 9 S 6th and 40 Elder 
Allison William, sailmaker 27 Mary (S.) 
Allison William, late tax collector 26 Prune 
Allraan Thomas, bricklayer 140 n. 8th 
Allmindinger Jacob, baker 130 north Fourth 
Alloway Lewis, cooper Hickory Lane near Ninth 
Alio way Samuel, drayman and tavern keeper 49 

Browne corner of Budd 
Alloway Joseph, labourer 389 N. Front 
Alloway Joseph, labourer Queen near Palmer 
Alsop John, china merchant 231 north Second 
Alsop Othniel, merchant 59 N. 3d and 147 Vine 
Alstoifi Laurence Sc Co. coijfectioners 136 High 
Altemus Isaac, tailor 75 north Third 
Altemus James, wheelwri5-;!:ht 504 north Second 
Altemus J. & C. C. West, merchant tailors 45 

Mulberry 
Altemus Leonard, tavern keeper 1 5 Filbert 
Altemus Thomas, shoemaker 85 Coates 
Alward Samuel H. carpenter 29 1 Mulberry 
Amber Levy, labourer 25 Hopkins' court 
Ambler Mrs. nurse back 1 15 Mulberry 
Amies Thomas, paper nianufaclui*er 185 S. 2d. 

\^See F.mes. 
Anckcr Levi, trader back 198 north Second 
Ancora PJctro, drawing master 158 Lombard 
Andiiuit^ Widow of W. sea cjipiaiu 260 Mulberry 

Anderson , carpenter 323 Mulb rry 

A.iderson Alexander, storekeeper 204 S. Second 
Anderson Andrew, 62 nortn Sixth 
Anderson Ann, weaver 2d above JrermantowTi road 
t Anderson Cesar, tinware vender 201 Shippen 
Andeison Charles, inspector of customs 350 N. 2d 
AiKlerson Cnristian, rigger 94 Christian 
AiHieison David, couchmaker 5 Budd 
Anderson Sc Davis, storekeepers 2^J4 south Second 
Anderson E. Eieventii above Rice 
Anderson Grace, vvasherwuman 15 Crab 
Anderson Mrs. of Henry, Rose ailcy near Green 
t Anaerson Henry, woousuv.yer Webb's alley 
t Anacrson Jacob, waiter la5 south Seventh 



14 AND 

Anderson widow, Mulberry near Sch. i^ront 
Anderson James, minter 246 north Front 
Anderson James, waiter 92 north Eleventh 
Anderson John, spectacle frame maker, Juniper 

near Vine 
Anderson J. Sc C. shopkeepers 35 south Third 
Anderson John, carpenter Currant alley 
Anderson John, mariner back 196 north Third 
Anderson John, watchman Randall's court 
t Anderson John, carter Taper alley 
Anderson Joseph, taylor Duval's court 
t Anderson Joseph, mariner Broad near Filbert 
Anderson Leonard, grocer 15 Strawberry 
Anderson Levi, coach trimmer 312 Vme 
Anderson Mrs. of James, Wiley's court 
Anderson Mary, widow 101 Catharine 
t Anderson ?vloses, sailmaker 16 Cypress alley 
I Anderson P. shoemaker Bonsall street 
Anderson Robert, grocer 72 n. 8th 
Anderson Robert, P. k William, booksellers, 169 

north Third corner of Vine 
Anderson Samuel V. merchant 25 north water 
Anderson Samuel, secretary to the Delaware In- 
surance Company 134 Mulberry 
Anderson Samuel, M. D. 268 soutii Front, corner 

Shippen 
Anderson Samuel, 97 south Second 
Anderson -widow of Tiiomas, 63 Shippen 
Anderson Thomas, sea captain 233 south Second 
Anderson Thomas, labourer 242 Lombard 
Anderson Thomas, proprietor of Trenton stages 

14 Quarry 
Anderson Thomas, feed store 90 Green 
Anderson William, labourer 6th above mill dam 
Anderson William, grocer 22 outh Water 
Ancu'ess Jacob, carter 447 north Second 
Andress John, carter back 382 N. 2d. [^See J?!" 

dreivs. ♦ 

Andress Michael, taylor 447 north Second 
Andress Michael, jun. bricklayer 447 north 2d 
Andn-ws D. whari-buiicicr Frunkfoicl road 
Andrews Eve, widow, Robc alley above Coats 



AND ANT 15 

Andrews Sc Gerrish, feed store 3 north Wharves 
Andrews Hannah, umbrella maker Friends' alms 

house. [^See Andress. 
Andrews Israel, shallopman 70 Tammany- 
Andrews Rev. John, provost of the Umversity 29S 

Chesnut above Nmth 
Andrews Joseph, teacher 25 Sansom 
Andrews Joshua, bricklayer 226 south Seventh. 
Andrews, widow of Leonard, sea captain 15 Noble 
Andrews Mary, nurse Lily alley 
Andrews Mary, washerwoman 230 south Fourth 
Andrews Moses Sc William, carters Schuylkill 

8th near Vine 
Andrews Peter, cordwainer 38 Strawberry 
Andrews Tlobert, teacher 61 south Eleventh 
Andrews Thomas, shoemaker 202 south Fifth 
Andrews William, scrivener 6 noith Third 
Angue John, merchant 109 north Second 
Angue John, jun. cordial distiller 109 N. Second 
Annadown Henry, taylor 187 north Front 
Annadown Thomas, shoemaker 207 north Front 
Annasey Mary, widow Ann street (Sch.) 
t Anners S. waiter Noble above Fifth 
Anners Thomas S. perfumer, 8cc. 141 Chesnut 
Annesley David, carpenter Kunckel near Tam- 
many 
AnnesJey Esther, widow of Thomas 17 Powell 
Annesley Robert, merchant 10 Norris' alley 
Ansbey George, cordwainer 42 south Fifth 
Annsley John, sea captain 189 Pine 
Anthony Frederick, carter 32 Budd 
Antbony Jacob, shipwright 57 Coats* 
Anthony John, boarding house 125 north Water 
Antiiony Joseph Sc vSon, goldsmiths, Sec. 94 Higk 
Anthony Mary, widow 290 north Front 
Anthony Michael, late drayman 56 Budd 
Anthony Michael, 94 High 
Anthony Robert D. smith, back 251 Sassafras 
Anthony Joseph, mariner 296 south Third 

Anthony , watchman 12 Strawberry 

Antony M. segarmaker 10 Argyle 
Antrim John, jun. taylor 113 south Water 



16 AP^ ARM 

Antrim Joseph, Vine above 4th 

Antrim P. machine maker 58 Vine 

Antrim Samuel, plaisterer Vine 3d door above 4th 

App Adam, pumpmaker Frankford road near 

Queen 
App George, pumpmaker Frankford road do. 
App Michael, carpenter, corner Queen and Marl- 
borough 
Apple George, hairdresser 48 north Fifth 
Apple George, shipwright, 479 south Front 
Apple Henry, corner of 4th and Browne 
Apple Henry, oakcooper 27 south Wharves 
Apple Jacob, labourer Mulberry near Sch. Front 
Apple widow of Jacob, back 143 St. John 
Apple John, hairdresser, 207 south Fifth 
Apple Philip, coppersmith, 185 north Third 
Apple Valentine, feed store 5th cor. old York road 
Applegate Ezekiel, labourer Christian near 4th 
Applegate Samuel, carter 321 south 3d 
Applegate, widow of Samuel, bricklayer 173 Pine 
Applegate William, shoemaker Frankford road 

corner Otter 
Applegate — — , carpenter 10th near Lombard ^ 
Appleton Chris, carver ^nd inlayer 15 York court 
Appo John, confectioner 1 2 1 south 6th 
Arabin Hannah, milliner 11 3 south 2d 
Arbegus George, farmer Grey's ferry near bridge 
Archambault John, broker 48 Spruce 
Archer Charles, shoemaker 180 St. John 
Archer James, coal and salt measurer 71 Dock 
Archer Job, labourer Laurel (n. l.) above Front 
Archer Job, labourer 24 Browne 
Archer Samuel, merchant 36 north Front 
Archer £c Bispham, merchants 36 north Front 
t Archer Thomas, woodsawyer back 18 Kunckel 
Archibald John, back 196 Cedar 
Ardaillon V. storekeeper 2 1-2 north 3d 
Ardis John W. carpenter 268 Sassafras 
Ardner Joseph, hairdresser 386 north 2d 
A.rehart Catharine, nurse 9 Wood 
Arentrue William, soapboiler 324 -Sassafras 
Arey Groom room 23 Prune 



ARM- ASH ir 

Armbruster Henry, constable 69 n. 6th 
Armbruster Jacob, 235 Hii^h 
Armbruster Nicholas, grocer 361 north 2d 
Armbruster Peter, watchman Race above 1 3th 
Armitage George, silverplater 438 Sassafras 
Armitage 5he\vbart, grocer 71 Passyunk 
Armour Matthew, carpenter sch. 8th near Vine 
Armroyd George & Co. merchants 117 n. Water. 

^See Ormrod, 
Armstrong Allen, goldsmith, &c. 225 Arch 
Armstrong Andrew, grocer 257 n. i'Vont 
Armstrong Archibald, stablekeeper IStti above 

High 
Armstrong Christopher, grocer 286 s. 3d 
Armstrong David, weaver -Spruce above 10th 
Armstrong Henry, plaisterer 29 Noble 
Armstrong Jane, widow 10 n. 2d 
Armstrong John, coachtrimmer 128 s. 6th 
Armstrong John, carpenter 95 Budd 
Armstrong John, goldsmith, &c. 10 n. 2d 
Armstrong Joseph, carpenter Beach near Maiden 
t Armstrong Lewis, 18 Kunckel 
-Armstrong Mary, 4th above Poplar lane 
.-Armstrong Peter, carter 89 Budd 
-Armstrong Robert, carter 93 Budd 
Armstrong Thomas, attorney at law 106 s. 4th 
^irmstrong William, taylor 343 n. Front 
^rney Elizabeth, storekeeper 40 s. 4th 
^irnoid Levi, carpenter Tammany n. old York road 
.//rnold Thomas, seacaptain 30 s. Front 
-<^rnous Nicholas, exchange broker York street 
«^riott James, merchant 8 n. Front 
^rrowsmith Edmond, 20 Columbia avenue 
v:frthur James, grocer 2 n. 10th 
./^itiiur John, grocer corner Walnut and Water 
►Arthur Thomas, labourer back 14 s. 10th 
^iny Julie, stablekeeper 31 N.8th Sc 5 s. 8th 
Arthurs Stephoii, tayloi- Billings's court 
^rundal, widow ot Robert 58 Walnut 
^sh B. teacher Maple st. 
*^sh Caleb, merchant 54 Christian 
►^sh James, 155 Walnut (Ransom's row) 



18 ASH 

jlsh Joseph, grazier 144 <Swansom 

v^sh Joshua, grazier 54 Christian 

•^sh Mary, widow, 487 n. 3d ^ 

^sh Mrs of Charles, back 22 Callowhill 

^sh Margaret, nurse back 198 n. 2d 

^sh Michael, cornchandler 220 n. 3d 

^sh Thomas, carpenter cor. Garden 8c Buttonwood 

«^sh, widow of Thomas 30 Walnut 

y^sh Thx)mas, stavemerchant 54 Christian st. wharf 

.>!?shbridgcv^nn Sc 'Sarah, storekeepers 125 High 

^shbridge Elizabeth, widow, 56 Vine 

-^shbridge Israel, coachmaker 75 Union 

w</shbridge 8c Pluright, coach and harness makers 

s. E. corner of Locust & Eighth 
^shbridge Rebecca, boarding house 125 High 
Ashbridge -Sarah, widow, 155 Vine ^ 
./^shbridge William, merchant 19 south Wharves 

and 14 -Sansom 
•^shburn Thomas, shipwright 20 Budd 
*^shburner John, tanner 66 south 3d 
./^shburner John, jun. merchant 55 n.. -Front 
^-^/shby William, mer. taylor99 Sc 101 Mulberry 
♦-^shford Ellenor, widow, 126 s. 6th 
v^shhurst Richard, merchant 76 High 
•/Ashley John, merchant 94 south 4th 
Ashman Godfrey, cedar cooper 294 -St. John 
•Ashman James, ladies shoemaker 215 n. 2d 
Ashman James, H. Sc Co. bootmakers 46 Chesnut 
►Ashman Peter, cedarcooper 4th above Poplar lane 
.^shmead Benj. inspector of customs 19 Sansom 
./^shmead John, portv/arden 19 Swanson 
»^shmead John, jun. com. mer. 220 s. 2d cor. Lom- 
bard 
^shmead Thomas, accomptant 1 1 3 Lombard 
«^shton ^bm. blacksmitli Tammany above 4th 
^shton ./Andrew, smith Fetter lane. \^See Aston, 
«^shton George, boatbuildcr Coats* st. wharf 
^shton James, carpeiller 43 Noble 
vfshton John, storekeeper 31 n. 3d 
.yfshtoij John, oakcooper Drinker's alley 
.4bhton Jonathan, 92 n. /Vont 
^bhton, widow of Richard, 110 south i^ront 



ASH ^^AUS 

^shton Samuel, cabinetmaker 273 south 2d 
.^shton Thomas, chairmaker 83 n. Sc 15 s. Front 
^shton William, carpenter 137 x. Fifth 
^shton William, labourer Irish lane near Cedar 
^skew & Paxson, hardware merchants 245 High 
^skin John, shoemaker 216 south 2d 
-<^skin Joseph, teacher 153 south 11th 
^smus Christian, victualler back 229 Callowhill 
^spell James, teacher Blackhorse alley 
v^spell R. C. engraver 30 Cherry 
^spey Samuel, baker 1 44 south 5th 
^stley Thomas, merchant 6 York buildings 
-'^ston George, yeoman 62 n. 3d. [^See Ashton 
v^therton Humphrey, flourmerchant 27 Filbert 
^/^therton Humphrey, attorney at law 17 south 5th 
^-^therton Joseph, brushmaker 324 north 2d 
^thcrton 8c Keyser, flour merchants 267 High 
^therton Nathan, shopkeeper 57 Race 
Atkinson Joel, taylor 64 Chesnut. \_See Acheson. 
Atkinson Nathan, carpenter Columbia avenue 
v/ftkinson Phineas, biscuitbaker 198 Cedar 
Atkinson Lydia, mangier 15 north 6th 
AxXqc Edwin A. m. d. 78 n. 4th 
-'^ttmore ^nn, gentlewoman 33 n. 2d 
^ttmorc Jonathan, tanner William st. 
^ttmore, widow of Thomas 1 63; south 3d 
Hubert John P. pastry cook 184 south 3d 
^uffort Frcdk. shoemaker cor. Bishop Sc Queen 
Augustine Charles, shipamith Queen near Frank- 
ford road 
^uge Henry, stocking weaver Frankford above 

Queen 
^ull Mary, storekeeper 263 south 2d 
^uriol.'^. professor of dancing 64 S.4th 8c ITlPine 
Rustic Margaret, boarding house 38 south Front 
./Austin Janjes, ropemaker Crown near Prince 
./Austin Joanna, widow 48 Vine 
Austin John B. printer 102 north 2d 
Austin Mrs. widow, 4 n\ 2d 
.Austin John, wheelwright 413 south 2d 
Austin Richard M. grocer 98 n. 4th Sc cor. Vine 
Austin John, m. d. N. E. corner 6th and Arch 

B 



AUS BAG 

Austin Samuel, storekeeper 95 New 

v^ustin Thos. A. grocer 98 n. 4th & cor. Vine 

^very Charles, druggist 258 s. 2d & 100 Gaskill 

.^vis George, shoemaker 9 York court 

Avis John, shoemaker 7 York court 

^vis William, labourer China st. 

^-^wl James, gone to Harrisburgh 

Axford Samuel J. merchant taylor n. w. corner of 

Chesnut & 7th dwelling Hunter's court 
.^^yars ^bijah, jun. cordwainer back 310 n. 2d 
^yars Hamilton, labourer 128 n. 11th 
^yars Lewis, innkeeper 397 n. 2d 
AydiVS Nehemiah, sawsetter 9 1 Swanson 
-^yars Noah, labourer 49 Budd 
.^yars Shepherd, cabinet maker Sheaff's alley 
^yars William, grocer 127 Swanson 
v^yars ^ijah, mastmaker Beach near High bridge 
t ^yers Daniel, waiter Blackberry alley 
^yers John H. wharf builder 100 Budd 
v^yre Joseph, labourer 490 n. 2d. [See Eyre, 
Ayrcs Jonathan D. teacher corner Callowhill and 

New-market 
t ^yres Rachel, boarding house Little Dock 
t Ayres York, carpenter Blackberry alley 
Apple John, shoemaker 62 Sassafras 
Azan Joseph, grocer and cordial distiMer corner pf 

Eighth and Mulberry 
Azan Rachael, silk dyer and plumist corner of 

8th and Mulbery 



Babb Jacob, stonemason Cedar near 9th 

Babb Ricliard, oak cooper 9 Crown 

Babcock, widow of John, 239 north Water 

Babe Rachel, 173 south Front 

Bach E. L. gentleman 135 north 2d 

Bach Frederick A. carpenter 131 Green 

Bach John,plaisterofparis grinder 267 north 2d 

Bache Lewis, farmer 239 Mulberry 

Bache Margaret, widow, 131 Green 

Bache Richard, jun. attorney ^t law and clerk of 

the court of quarter sessions 10 Prune. \_Sec 

Bcachy liafich. 
Bache William, port surveyor 190 Pine 



BAG BAK 

Backmann F. lace and fringe weaver 265 Sassafras 
Backmann 8c Korn, lace and fringe weavers 265 

Sassafras 
Bacon David, carpenter 192 Vine 
Bacon Griffitli, shallopman Rose alley near Green 
Bacon Job, merciianl 20 soufli 7th 
Bacon John, lumber merchant Oak (n. l.) 
Bacon Soseph, late ironmonger 190 north Front 
Bacon Samuel, sexton 24 Ann (n. l.) 
Bacon Samuel & Co. ironmongers 188 n. Front 
Bader Juliana, cmbroideress 159 Mulberry 
Badger Samuel, attorney at law 32 south 6th 
Badlun Joseph, soapboiler 28 Stamper*s alley 
Bagley Thomas, cordwainer 287 south Fifth 
Bagnell Benjamin, mariner 198 Cedar 
Bailey And. mariner 14 Christian. [^See Bayly. 
Bailey Chester, agent for U. S. mail stage 30 s. 3d 
Bailey Fanny, widow Steinmetz' court (n. l.) 
Bailey Francis, typefounder 56 north Fourth 
Bailey John, carpenter 41 Cable lane 
Bailey John, labourer Spruce near Schuylk. Front 
Bailey Joseph, labourer Steinmetz court (n. l.) 
Bailey, widow of Robert, printer 10 North alley 
Bain Mrs. widow, nurse 269 south 5th 
Bainbridge Henry, shoemaker 58 Catharine. 

\_Sce Ben. 
Baird Jas. grocer 12 south Wharves 8c 26 Barron 
Baird widow of Capt. Wm. 275 s.2d. [_See Beard. 
Baird William, stonecutter Cherry near Juniper 
Baisley Abm. labourer Queen near Bisliop 
Bakeoven John, fisherman Queen near Bishop 
Bakeoven William, shipjoiner Palmer near Queen 
Baker Adam, cabinetmaker 57 Tammany. 

[jSee Barker ks^ Bokcr, 
Baker A. labourer Germantown road below 2d 
Baker Bassett, tavern keeper 10 Laetitia court 
Baker B. F. merchant 238 High 
Baker Christian, baker Buttonwood near 6th 
Baker Conrad, jun. fisherman Queen near Bishop 
Baker Conrad, fisherman Queen near Bishop 
Baker Frederick, mariner 142 St. John 
Baker Margaret, widow North Alley 



BAK 

Baker George A. conveyancer 23 Cherry cor. 4th 

Baker George A. jun. attorney at law 173 n. i^ront 

Baker Hannah, storekeeper 72 north 4th 

Baker Hannah, shopkeeper 62 Mulberry 

Baker Hannah, widow York st. 

Baker Henry, jun. queens ware store 272 n.Front 

Baker Henry, pamter Sec. 20 n. 4th & 398 n. 3d 

Baker Jacob, ropemaker 8th above Buttonwood 

Baker Jacob, victualler 47 Budd 

Baker Jacob, hog victualler 220 St. John 

Baker Jacob, alderman 42 n. 8th office 62 s. 4th 

Baker Jane, china store 102 south 2d 

Baker JohnH. broker, and agent intelligence office 

for houses, servants, &c. 54 south i^ourth 
Baker John H. C. taylor Acorn alley 
Baker John, victualler Rachael st. 
Baker John, mariner 246 north Water 
Baker John, flour and feed store 433 north 2d 
Baker John L. exch. broker Sc com. mer. 6 Lodge 
Baker John, alderman 154 n. 2d 
Baker John R. merchant 61 Sassafras 
Baker John, labourer Locust near Schuylkill 
t Baker John, white washer 1 1th near Lombard 
Baker Joseph, hostler West near Palmer 
Baker, widow of John, Brown st. (K.) 
Baker Joshua, instrumentmaker 130 Vine 
Baker Lewis, harness. Sec. maker 327 north 2d 
Baker Mary, widow Oak (n. l.) near Browne - 
Baker Mary, victualler old York above Tammany 
Baker Mary, gentlewoman 332 north 2d 
Baker Michael, hardware store 59 High 
Baker Michael, lumbermer. 74 Browne & cor. 2d 
Baker Michael, jun. coppersmith 223 north 2d * 
Baker Mrs- widow, back 104 north 2d 
Baker Mrs. of Joseph, 15 Ctab 
Baker Peter, fisherman Queen^near Bishop 
Baker Peter, baker 120 German 
Bnkcr Richard, late farmer Fitzwater near 7th 
Baker Rudy, widow, Cherry near Prince 
B'akcr Sarah, nurse 23 north 4th 
Baker Samuel, shopkeeper 126 north /'ourth 
Baker Samuel, gardener Greenwich 



BAK BAL 

Baker Samuel, carpenter 72 north /^ourth 
Baker Samuel, carpenter 7th near /^itzvvalter 
Baker Susan, seamstress 149 Locust 
Baker Susan, widow of John, 126 Browne 
Baker Sc Wayne, hardware merchants 59 Higb 
Baker William, manner back 12 Christian 
Baker William, carter cor. Apple and George 
Baker William, merchant 54 south Front 
Baker Wm. J. merchant 69 Vine and 65 8. Water 
Balan, widow, confectioner 241 south 2d 
Balch David, merchant 25 south Wharves 
Bald David, labourer Buttonwood near 6th 
Baldt Frederick, labourer Hanover near Prince 
Baldt John, victualler 6 Charlotte 
Baldt Henry, jun. hogvictualler Hanover 
Baldt Henry, hogvictualler Hanover cor. Prince 
Baldt William, vict. Hanover near Prince 
Baldwin Francis, baker 45 Cedar 
Baldwin, widow of Joslah, 17 VVilling's alley 
Baldwin John, jun. labourer W^ood near Duke 
Baldwin John, shoemaker Duke near Vienna 
Baldwin Lewis, teacher 66 Union 
Baldwin Margaret, shopkeeper 88 north 8th 
Balitho Benjamin, brickmaker Hamilton village 
t Ball Ann, washerwoman corner Pine Sc 10th 
B;!l Elizabeth widow. 111 north 5th 
Ball Joseph, president of the Union Insurance co. 
240 Sassafras S. E. cor. 7th. (see BcH 

Ball Mrs. widow, 271 Sassafras 
Ball Richard G. carpenter 24 Oak (S.) <> 

B;/il Stephen, mariner 74 Penn 
B ;I1 widow, teacht r 4th above Browne 
Ball Wm. farmer Hunter's court 
t B Hard George, cooper 7th below Shippen 
t Ballard James, labourer Pine near 10th 
t Ballard L. coachman cor. Locust and 11th 
t Ballard Samuel, labourer 230 Shippen 
Ballenger Jacob, carpenter 70 n. 9th 
BRilenger Mrs. nurse 74 New 
Ballenger widow of Samuel, 13 Hurst 
Ballentine James, grocer cor. Front and Coats 
Ballentinc Samuel, accomptant Buttonwood u. 5th 
Ballinger A. sjioemaker 15 Plumb 
Baiiinger Daniel> carpetweaver 477 n. 2d 

s2 



BAL BAR 

Balls William, mariner Swedes' alley- 
Balm Ann widow, 374 n. 2d 
Bamford Joseph, machinemaker back 5 Filbert 
Bancker Chas. N. merchant 31 n. Front dwelling 

285 Chesniit 
Banger Mrs. of Thomas, 28 Pewterplatter alley 
Banger Timothy, accomptant 12th near Arch 
Bangs Elijah K. sea captain 41 Noble 
t Banks , carter St. Mary near 7th 

Banks George, blacksmith Sch. 2d near Walnut 
Bannan John, carpenter SheafTs alley 
Banning John, cooper Frankford road near Queen 
Bannister William, hostler Prospect alley 
Bantleon Henry, victualler 287 n. 8th 
Bantleon Frederick, Brewers' alley near 4th 
t Bantom Henry, oysterman 3 Middle alley 
Baptist John, taylor 162 south Front 
t Baptish John, barber 433 south 2d 
Barault Doctor Francis, 2 n. Fifth 
Barber John, blacksmith Federal above 2d 
Barber Mrs. of Charles, Schriver*s court 
Barber Rebecca, widow Pine below 2d 
^t Barber Thomas, sweep master Hazel Alley 
Barbier Maria, millmer 8 1 north 2d 
Barbier Stephen P, jeweller 81 north 2d 
Barbin Amos, taylor Poplar below 3d 
Barclay Andrew C. merchant 232 north 3d k 93f 

Callowhill •■ ' 

Barclay George, merchant 168 south 2d 
Barclay & Harper, merchants 232 north 3d 
Barclay widow of Jas. merchant cor. Cal. & 3d 
Barclay James, labourer Sch. 5th below High 
Barclay John, merchant 227 north 3d 
Barclay John, jun. & Co. merchants 228 north 34 
Barclay John, gentleman 37 Almond 
Barclay Joseph, l^iariner back 360 south 2d 
Barclay 8c Medary, lumbermerchants above 447 

N. Front 
Barclay Samuel, hatter 323 south 2d 
Barclay Samuel, jun. sea captain 37 Almond 
Bard Mrs. widow, tayloress 144 Spruce 
Bardier Samuel, coachtrimmer 168. n. 8th 
Bardin John, bottler 17 Walnut 
Barger Abel, painter, &c. 9 Dock 



BAK 

Barger Jacob, cedarcooper 483 n. 2c1 
Barger John, cedarcooper 4th aoove Coats* 
Barger William, rigger 61 Budd 
Bargh William, baker 225 Walnut 
Barker Jacob D. carter Christian. \^See Baker 
Barker James, of the U, army corner 9th Sc Race 
Barker John, mayor of the city of Philadelphia 
dwelling s. w. corner of Sassafras and 9th 
office City Hail s. w. cor. of Chesnut & 5th 
Barker John, jun. city commissioner 1C6 north 9th 
Barker Mary, tayloress back 382 south 2d 
Barker Rebecca, nurse 66 Catharine 
Barkes Stephen, watchman Sch. 7th near Cherry 
Barkinbile Matthias, mariner Lombard n. Sch. 8th 
Barlow Philip, boarding house 142 n. Water 
Barlow George, mariner 284 south Front 
Barnard Johw, carpenter 360 s. 2d fsee 'Bernard 
Barns B. pewter and tinplate worker cor. 13th & 

Filbert 
Barns Elizabeth, 65 Sassafras 
Barndollar Frederick, cooper 395 n. 2d 
Barnes Ann, seamstress 229 s. 5th 
Barnes Hester, washerwoman Elmslie's alley 
Barnes Isaac, taylor 113 CaJlowhill cor. Kunckel 
Barnes James, sea captain 8 Parham's alley 
Barnes James, labourer Callowhill st. wharf 
Barnes James, m. d. 275 n 2d 
Barnes John H. merchant 99 Walnut 
Barnes John, widow of, pilot 448 south Front 
Barnes Joseph, attorney at law and prothonotary of 
the supreme court for the eastern district 191 
Chesnut 
Barnes Joseph, ladies* shoemaker 145 south. 2d 
Barnes Luther, coach smith 8c step maker Green's 

court 
Barnes L. widow, back 36 Ann (n. l.) 
Barnes Samuel, currier 13 n. 4th 
Barnes Thomas, esq. currier 257 n. 2d .. 
Barnes Thomas 8c Samuel, curriers 57 Chesnut 
Barnes William, jun. painter, &c. 157 south 2d 
Barnes William, back 145 south 2d 
Barney J. victualler 106 s. lOih and 65 Old Sham- 
bles 



BAR 

Barnhill Robert, storekeeper 63 north 2d 

Barnhill Sarah, shopkeeper 1 3 north 3d 

Barnholt Frederick, victualler 237 St: John's 

Barnholt George, victualler 245 Gailowhill 

Barnhurst Joseph, diesinker and chaser 96 Si 8th 

Barnhurst Thomas, copperplate maker 96 s. 8th 

Barnett Susan widow, Britton's alley 

Barnett Thomas, weaver Christian near 5th 

Barnett James, mate 328 south Front 

Barnitt John, mariner 28 Union alley 

Barnitt Joseph, 141 Chesnut 

Barnitt Samuel, turner near 41 Cherry & 55 Wood 

Barnitt Thomasj turner 198 north Front 

Barno John, victil^iler Charles St. 

Baron Joseph, shoemaker 73 N. 3d 

Baroux James M. upholsterer back 133 n. od 

-Barr James, shoemaker ^uttonwood alley 

.Barr James, teamdriver Filbert near 10th 

-Barr Joseph, labourer 430 n. 3d 

^arr Neal, stonemason Shippen above 7th 

-Barralet John James, designer and painter Cal- 

lowhill corner 12th 
^arras Charles, carpenter 268 St John 
^arras John, carpenter 122 Callowhill 
-Barras widow of William, Sansom's alley 
-Barras widow of M. Shippen near 7th 
Barrett Ann, boarding house 266 south 5th 
"Barrett Robert, bricklayer 170 n. 8th , ;;: 
J5arrett Tobias, accomptant 19 Hurst 
^Barrier Peter, baker 10 Elfrith's alley 
Harrington Charles, grocer fruiterer and bottler 

216 High 
jBarrington Henry, manufacturer of coffee' Sc cho- 
colate 206 south 4th cor. Gaskill 
-Barrington R. grocer corner Front and Almond 
.Barron John, carpenter corner 5th and -Bution- 

wood. ['SVe Baron. 
Barron Mary, widow of Philip, 55 Noble 
BiuYow Mary widow 161 Pine "• 

iBarry Charles, marhio' 131 n. Front 
Harry Edward, universal turner George near \Oi\s 



BAH 

Barry Francis, teacher back 369 s. Front and 324 

s. 2cl 
-Barry Joseph B. proprietoi' of City Hotel 187 Sc 
189 south 2d cor. Union [See Berry 

Bd^vvy Jos. B. & Son, cabinet makers and uphol- 
sterers 134 south 2d 
^arry Joseph', jun. cabinetmaker 134 south 2d 
iSarry Mrs. widow of commodore 214 Chesnut 
-flarry Patrick, grocer 186 Water 8c 191 n. Front 
t i?arry Richard, labourer 25 Hurst 
-Sarry Samuel, planemaker 24 Ann (N. L.) 
-Sarry William, tobacconist 285 south 4th 
^art Sarah widow, 44 Passyunk 
jBartel Elizabeth widow, 20 Pewterplatter alley 
■■•J5artel John, ropemaker Marlborough near West 
-Sartel John H. painter 4th near George 
Bartholomew Catharine widow 210 n. 8th 
Bartholomew Charles, tobacconist 88 n. 3d 
-fiai'tholomew John, hatter 86 Browne 
jBartholomew Mary, gentlewoman 63 south 7th 
Bartholomew Thomas, tobacconist 15 n. 3d 
Bartholomew Sarah widow 154 south 8th 
Bartleson Peter, Old York above Noble 
Bartleson widow, 2 Appletree alley 
Bartlctt Francis, ladies shoemaker Rachel st. 
Bartlett Richard, oysterman 39 Prime 
Bartlett Thomas, shipwright 8 Mary (S.) 
Bartling C. head inspectoV of lumber 255 n. Front 
Bartling Conrad, carpenter near 126 Cherry 
Bartling Charles, sea captain 2 Newmarket st. 
Bartling David, carpenter 50 n. 7th 
Bartling David, jun. carpenter 1 14 n. 8th 
Bartlitt John, merchant 9 south Water Sc 88 Union 
Barto Hannah, shopkeeper 70 Christian 
Bartoles Mary, shopkeeper 226 Lombard 
Barton Benjamin Smitli, m.d. professor of materia 
medica botany. Sec. 241 Chesnut. [_Sce Bar- 
ten^ Burton^ and BertroUy 'Qataji. 
Barton David, farmer and grazier banks of Sch- 
Burton Elizabeth, nurse 531 south Front 
Barton Thomas I. taylor Leech's court 
Barton William, jun. m. d. 69 south 5th 
Bartow Sarah widow 128 n. 3d ^ 



BAR BAU 

Bartram Ann widow, 198 south 4th 
Bartram George, gentleman 68 south 2d 
Bartram George W. druggist, 8cc. 58 north 2d 
Bartram Isaac, druggist, 8cc. 39 n. 3d 
Bartram Mary, gentlewoman 39 n. 3d 
Barvis Mary widow, 384 n. Front 
Bashful widow of Fred. 12 Pewterplatter alley 
Bass Wm. A. accomptant 161 Cedar. [_See hessc. 
Bassett David, storekeeper 54 n- 2d 
Bassett I. taylor 26 Lombard 
Bassett Hannah, milliner 194 south 2d 
Bassfitt Samuel, inn and ferry keeper Swansori be- 
low Queen 
Bast John, labourer Traquair's court 
Bastian A. widow, 103 Queen (S.) [^See Bostian. 
Bastian Adam, biscuit baker 220 Cedar 
Bastian George, jun. tallowchandler 148 8c 152 

Mulberry and 194 Sassafras 
Bastian Joseph, gardener Chesnut near Sch. 3d 
Batan Zara, shoemaker 105 Plum 
Batchelder Margaret, teacher 71 Queen (S.) 
Batchelor Caspar, carter Taper alley 
Batchelor Peter, carter back 39 1 n. 2d 
Batchelor W. R. gunmaker Miller's court (N. L.} 
Bates B. late lumber merchant 225 Callowhill 
Bates Hester widow, Emlin's court 
Batis Mrs. gentlewoman 42 n. 6th 
Bates John, labourer 225 Callowhill 
Bateson James, grocer Ridge above Francis 
Batho John, potter 502 n. Front 
Batt William, labourer 166 n. 5tli 
BattcU F.310 High 

Baton Edward, late shoemaker Race n. Sch. 7th 
Baton Joseph, teacher Germantown road near 2d 
t Battis John, hairdresser 214 south Water 
t Batis Joseph, hairdresser 214 Cedar 
Batts John, mariner 441 south 2d. [^See Heiis 

Bauduy Madame widow, 169 south, 5th 
Baughman Catharine widow 155 south 9th 
Baugier Anthony, merchant 24 soutli 2d 
Baumgard Jacob, baker 455 n. 2d cor. Browiie 



BAV BE A 

Bavis Aaron, taylor 44 Arch 
Baxter Isaac B. accomptant 252 south 2d 
Baxter John, labourer 567 south Front 
Baxter John G. machinest 96 n. 1 1th 
Baxter Matthew, grocer cor. 9th and Race 
Baxter William, saihnaker 373 south Front 
Bayard And. merchant 131 Walnut. \^See Biarc^ 
Bayard Rebecca, shopkeeper 188 Sassafras 
Bayard George, tin plate worker 188 Sassafras 
t Bayard Moses, coachdriver 12th near Race 
Bayley Jane widow boarding house 211 Lombard 
Bayley J. L. coachmaker 246 s. 3d. [^Sce Baiiey 
Bayne Nathaniel, turner & feed store 85 n. Front 

\^See Bean 
Bayne Robert, coachmaker corner 8th & Arch 
Bayntons Miss, 71 south llth 
Barely Charles W. teacher 13 s. 5th [See Beasty 
Bazier John, accomptant, 8cc. Cedar near 12th 
Bazier Michael, cook 7 Charlotte. 

{see Bussier & Brazier 
Bazoon John, stocking weaver Buttonw. near 5th 
Bazoon widow, washerwoman Buttonw. near 5th 
Beach William M. late druggist 32 Kunckle 
Beaird David, carter 322 south 6th 
Beale George, brushmaker 207 south 7th 
Beale Penal, cabinetmaker 128 Chesnut 
Beale Joseph, cabinetmaker 75 Dock 
Beam C. C. soapboiler back 31 Cedar 
Beam Ezekiel, woodsawyer 71 Pine 
Bearbower John, carpenter Oak (N. L.) 
Beard James, 386 south Front 
Beard James, labourer George ab.l Ith [jsee Biard 
Beard John, carter Clymer's alley 
Beard Joseph, sugarboiler 4th above Tammany 
Beard Nicholas, victualler 36 Charlotte 
Beard Nicholas, victualler 45 Charlotte 
Bcasly John, oystcrman 149 Green 
Beasly Stephen, late shipb. near 260 Swanson 
Beasly William, segarmakcr 149 Green 
Beates Frederick, scrivener 94 north 3d 
Beatnian John, suilmaker Cedar st. wharf and 41 
Pium 



BEA BEG 

Beatty Peter, mariner 10 Margaretta 
Beatty Mrs. of Robert, back 120 n. 11th 
Beatty Samuel, ladies* shoemaker 87 Cedar 
Beatty widow of Samuel Mark's lane 
Beatty William, labourer 13th n. Vine 
Beaumont Thomas, manager of old theatre 205 

south 4th 
Beauveau Mrs. boarding house 1 12 Walnut 
Beauvernet widow, 191 south 2d 
Beaver Samuel, cabinetmaker 155 n. Front 
Becher Samuel, cordwainer 350 n. 3d 
Bechtel George, shoemaker Sansom's alley 
Bechtel Jacob, boot and shoemaker 7 south Front 
Bechtel John Sc Co. shoe warehouse 50 High 
Beck Abel, shoemaker 57 Budd 
Beck Asa, dravman 57 Budd 
Beck Daniel, tavernkeeper and turner 6th near the 

German town road 
t Beck Ebenezer, labourer 14 Elizabeth 
Beck George, clerk of High st. market 2 1 6 Lom- 
bard 
Beck Henry, accomptant 6 York court 
Beck Henry A. druggist, &:c.248 n. Front 
Beck Henry, merchant 30 Sassafras 
t Beck Ignatious, blackball maker 1 4 St. Mary 
Beck Israel, carpenter Peters's alley 
Beck Isaiah, carpenter Poplar below Budd 
Beck Jacob, accomptant 2 1 Tammany 
Beck Jacob, tobacconist 37 Spruce 
Beck John, late grocer Germantown road above 

1st gate 
Beck John, combmaker 31 1 n. 8th 
Beck Joseph, cai'penter Poplar below Budd 
Beck 8c Lammot, merchants 1 1 south Water 
Beck Martin, carpenter Old York above Coats & 

' Lily alley 
Beck Paul, merchant 1 1 south Water dwelling 

315 High 
Beck Peter, late storekeeper 6th near Hickory L. 
Beck Peter, shoemaker 2 Oak (S.) 
Beck Peter, jun. mariner 2 Oak (S.) 



BAK BEL 

^akcr Margaret widow, 20 North alley 
J?aldwin Margaret, shopkeeper 88 n.7th 
J5aner », cabinetmaker 4 South alley 
i5auch Mrs. of Frederick, 141 n. 6th 
Beckel George, accomptant 1 Julianna 
Beckel Godfrey, accomptant 47 Mulberry 
Beckenbach Jacob, shoemaker 85 Green 
Beckford John, mariner 174 south Water 
Beckhorn Garret, tavern keeper 62 Shippen 
Beckley Daniel, carpenter 62 N. 8th [^see Bickley 
t Beckley John, labourer Bonsall 
Beckley Maria widow, 29 1 Chesnut 
Beckman John, lace and fringe maker 265 Race 
Beckman Sc Korn, lace and fringe weavers 265 

Race 
beckman S. feather vender 15 Wagner's alley 
Bedell John, shoemaker 16 Browne 
Bedford John, cordwainer warehouse 296 High 
Bedford J. accomptant Crown above Callowhill 
Bedford T. painter, Sec. Kunckel above Tammany 
t Bedford William, carter Lombard near 1 Ith 
jB.edlock Wm. J. writing academy 130 Chesnut 
Bedwell Thos. apothecary and druggist 173 n. 3d 
Beebe Catharine widow 270 south 3d 
Beelcr Godfrey, sugarbaker James st. 
Beere James, sailmaker 77 Queen 
Beers John, brewer 101 Vine 
Beere Robert, carter cor. Lombard and 12ih 
Beerman Henry, labourer cor. Chesnut Sc Sch. 4th 
Beetle Jairies, piaisterer Hoffman's alley 

(see Settle 
Beidehtian Abraham, innkeeper 326 n. 2d 
Beidelman Jacob, labourer Callowhill 
Beideman widow of D. carpenter Warreri 
Beideman Daniel, fisherman Warren 
Beideman John, shoemaker Queen near Bishop 
Beideman Jacob, fisherman Queen above Bishop 
Beideman Jacob, jun. fisherman Queen near 

Wood 
Beitenman Jacob, storekeeper 232 n. 2d 
Beitenman, Reed 8c Co. storekeepers 232 n 3d 
Belger James, cor. 3d and Plum 

c 



BEL BEN 

Belin Augustus, merchant 237 Spruce 8c s. 2d 
Bell Catharine, washerwoman Marks lane 

(see Ball 
Bell David, carter 2d below Federal 
Bell Sc Eddy, stock and exchange brokers 55 Dock 
Bell Eliza, seamstress 60 Shippen 
Bell Elizabeth widow, J 1th above Arch 
Bell Henry, lumber merchant 1 6 Sansom, yard 

cor. 12th and Walnut 
Bell James R. grocer 265 south 3d 
Bell Jeremiah, taylor 10 High 
Bell John, grocer 230 Cedar 
Bell John, shallopman 238 n. Front 
Bell John, drayman 20 Sassafras alley 
Bell John, labourer 130 Sassafras 
i5ell John, drayman 22 Sassafras alley 
Bell Jos. merchant 2 Sim's alley & 169 Chesnut 
Bell Mary, spinster Dock near 2d 
Bell Mary, seamstress 18 Pear 
Bell Michael, dressing case, &c. maker 28 s. 3d 
Bell Peter, sea captain 17 Shippen 
Bell Robert, printer 94 Spruce 
Bell Samuel, grocer and drover 39 Small 
Bell Thomas P. labourer Upper ferry road 
Bell Thomas, carpenter 202 Lombard 
Bell widow of Thomas, 182 south 2d 
Bell William, merchant 2 1 south 2d 
Bell William (GR) grocer 224 n. Front 
Bell William J. broker 35 Dock 
Bell Wm. merchant 2 Sims* alley 8c 1 69 ChesnUt 
Bell William, stonecutter Mark's lane 
Bellengee Isaac, mariner 60 Swanson .. 
Bellengee Reuben, pilot 27 Carter's alley 
Bellows Darius, seacaptain 133 h. Fl-ont 
Belon F. gardener Hudson's lane above 7th 
Belrose John, paperhangcr 3ii)6 south 6th 
Belsterling Anthony, cabinetmaker 441 n. 3d 
Belsterling Jacob, innkeeper 375 n. 3d 
Beltz C. labourer Lombard near Schuylkill 
Beltzner Catharine, shopkeeper 72 Dock 
Belvillc John, carpenter 1 1 1 Cherry 
i?chvt;ll John, carpenter 134 Cherry 
Beubridge Henry, merchant 1 7th s. 5th [_sce JBai7i 



BEN 

Bender Jacob, labourer Vine near Schuylkill 8th 
Bender John, storekeeper 442 n. 2d 
Bender John, shoemaker o*n N. 2d \see 'Binder 
Bender William, carpenter 57 High 
Beneke George, cutler 13th above Filbert 
^eneger Henry, shoemaker 116 Cedar 
Benfer John, gardener 351 n. Front 
Benfer J. C. taylor35l n. Front 
jBenjamin T. tavernkeeper 264 Race 
Benner Catharine, huckster 469 n. 3d 
Benner George, carter 1 1 Budd 
Benner George, jun. & John, bakers 300 n. Front 
Benner Henry, bricklayer 469 n. 3d 
Benner Jacob, seacaptain 57 New 
Benner John, drayman George west Sch. 8th 
Benner Lewis, innkeeper 242 n. 2d 
Benner Matthias brickmaker Spruce near 13th 
Benner Mary widow, blue ball inn Passyunk 
Benner Peter, brickmaker Spruce near 1 3th 
Benner Peter, oakcooper 365 n. 2d 
Benner Sebastian, cabinetmaker near 25 s. alley 
Bennet Abel, shoemaker Queen near Frankford 
road [_see Barnitt 

Bennet Anthony, shoemaker Noble above 2d 
Bennet Barbary, washerwoman 22 St. Mary 
JSennet widow of Joseph, Marlborough neari5ed- 

ford 
.flennet John, marblecutter 397 High 
Rennet Jacob, painter, 8cc. 35 s. Wharves and 134 

Swan son 
-Sennet John, copperplate printer 1 1 1 Vine and 3 
Sterling alley 

JBennet , oakcooper 327 Mulberry 

jBennct John, shoemaker back 378 south 2d 
Rennet Lewis, mariner 10 York court 
jSennet Mrs. Louisa, storekeeper 8 south 4th 
Bennet Mrs. of John B. 230 soufh 4th 
-ficnnet Mrs. widow, 38 Pine 
.flennct widow of Peter, biscuit baker Liberty al- 
ley 
.Bennet Peter, shoemaker Pine near 10th 
Rennet Reuben, bleeder, 5cc. 51 Passyunk 



BEN BER 

Bennet Titus, bookseller 31 High 

Bennet & Walton, booksellers &c. 31 High 

Benninghove widow of J. 4 Church alley 

Benninghove and Nassau, tobacconists *t7 High 

Bennis widow of T. teacher back 121 Mulberry 

Benson George, mariner cor. Front & Callowhill 

Benson Mrs. boarding house 153 Chesnut 

Benson Richard, merchant 201 & 401 High 

t Benson William, ragman Garden 

Bent William, machine maker 123 south Sixth 

Bentler Elizabeth, milliner 362 south Second 

Bentley David, coppersniith 4th near Poplar lane 

Bentley John, gardener 4th near Poplar lane 

Bentzanhoaifer George, cooper 174 north Eighth 

Beresford Robert H. printer back 134 S. Fourth 

Bergasse Cadet, merchant 66 Spruce 

Berger Frederick, teacher 42 Plum [See Burger 

Berger Samuel, labourer 376 north Third 

Bergmeyer Daniel, cordwainer 108 north Seventh 

Bermond Claudius, m. d. 10 Powell 

Bernadou John B. merchant 160 south Fourth ajid 

Coates' alley 
Bernanosse C. merchant 163 north Third 
Bernard John, merchant 225 south J^'ront 
Bernard John, hairdresser 138 N. 5th [^See Barnard 
Bernard John, carter 49 Plum 
Bemardt John, boarding house and grocer 94 N. 

Water and 97 north Front 
Bernhardt Lewis F. professor of music 22 Sansom 
Berniud C. china merchant 18 N. Third and 29 

Carter's alley 
Berrell Catharine 296 Sassafras ' 
Berrett William, ornamental painter 9 Cherry 

(see Barrett 
Berringer Margaret widow, 20 Mary (S.) 
t Berry Cato, labourer 1 1 8 Plum 
Berry Elihu, carpenter 196 south Fifth 
t Berry James, coachman 1 3 1 Pine 
Berry John, furrier Callowhill above Tenth 

{see Barry 
Berry Joseph, sea-captain 23 south Front 
Berry Peter L. carpenter 190 Spruce 



BER— BIG 

Berry Samuel, shoemaker 122 Brown 
Bci-ry Samuel, musician Spruce above Eighth 
t Berry William, coachman 130 Walnut 
Berryhill John, agent for the Domestic Society 

6 south Third 
Berryman Joseph, bricklayer back 455 N. 3d 
Bcrryman Richard, shipright 31 Mary (S.) 
Berto George, upholsterer and proprietor of bath 

house back 124 south Second [see Barto 

Bertron David, m. d. 328 N. Second 
Besse John Baptist, gentleman 37 Coates alley 

[see Bass 
Besse M, 84 south fifth 
Besselievre Francis P. chancellor of the French 

consulate Fitzwalter n. Sixth 
Besson widow of Anthony, merchant 69 S. 2nd 
Best John, cordwainer 1 1 n. Vine 
Bethausen E« m. d. 49 Green 
Bethel W^illiam, merchant 132 8c 134 N. Front 
Betson William, shoemaker 43 Passyunk 
Bettinger Martin, tanner Germantown road n. 2d 
Bettle Samuel, mer. 14 S. 3rd [see Beetle 8c Biddle 
Betf^ Ebenezer, cut nailer 15 8c 19 N. Seventh 
Bevan John, painter 8cc. 253 S. Front 
Bevan Matthew L. mer. 99 S. Front 8c 189 Spruce 
Bevens Wm. clock 8c watch maker 150 High, and 

Greenlcaf*s court 
Beverlin James, drayman 219 Callowhill 
Bewley Isaac, letter carrier 3 Fetter lane 
Bewley J. P. accomp. 260 High [see Bpley 8c Boulu 
Bewley Rachel, widow 103 N. Ninth 
Bewley Robert, bricklayer sch. 8th n. Vine 
Beylle Joseph, confectioner 63 south Second 

Bibben shingle dresser Lyndall's alley 

jBibi^haus Henry, teacher back 14 Sterling alley 
Bickerton Abel, shoemaker 28 Union alley 
Bickerton Elizabeth, widow Shackamaxon 
Bickerton George, shoemaker 43 Chesnut 
Bickhani widow of Caleb, 117 Swanson 
Bickham Hannah, widow 3 Shriver's court 
Bickham T. boat builder 2{;4 S. Front 8c 32 Swanson 
Bickly Daniel, lumber merchant 30 CallowhiU 

c 2 



BIC ^BIL 

Bickley Henry, accomptant 35 Walnut 
Bickley & Taylor, lumber merchants long wharf 
upper end of Oak (N. L.) [see Buckley & Beckletj 
Bickman George, baker 44 Race 
Bicknell George A. domestic warehouse 47 n. 3d 
Bicknell Samuel, marmer Maiden 
Biddle Charles, jr. merchants,, w. cor. Front & High 
Biddle Charles, gentleman 159 Chesnut 
Biddle Clement; notary public 41 & 43 Walnut 
Biddle Clement, jr. sugar refiner 36 Filbert n. 9th 
Biddle Daniel, rigger 185 N. Front [^see Bettle 
Biddle David, drayman 210 Lombard \see Bedell 
Biddle Hannah, grocer cor. 10th and George 
Biddle John, druggist, &;c. 142 High 
Biddle John E. taylor 145 south Fifth 
Biddle John, skin dresser above 547 N. 3d 
Biddle 8c Lea, sugar refiners 27 Church alley 
Biddle Lydia, storekeeper 52 S. 4th 
J5iddle Nicholas, attorney at law 1 8 1 8cl 83 Chesnut 
Middle Thomas, stockbroker 81 S. 6th 
J5iddle Thomas, captain in U. S. army 159 Chesnut 
jBiddle Thomas 8c John Wharton, stock and com- 
mission brokers 26 Walnut 
J5iddle Wm. S. attorney at law 143 Chesnut 
Biddle Wilmore, carpenter 3 York court 
jBiddle William, carpenter 3 York court 
iSiegel Henry W. clock Sc watchmaker 190 N. 3d 
ifSiegler widow of Philip, corner Filbert and 1 3th 
^icrbower John, carpenter 43 Coates alley 
i?igalow Sarah, grocer 192 N. Water 
Bigelow Thos. attorney at law 122 S. 4th 
Niggard James, jr. shoemaker 159 St. John 
JSiggard James, oysterman 159 St. John 
iSiggard John, weaver 3/5 N. 2d 
jBiggs Thomas, mathl.instrumentmaker 66 s. Front 

{see Boggs 
Biglean John, teacher 12 Passyunk 
J3igler J. sailmaker 18 Duke (N. L.) {see Beigler 
Bigley 8c Sweeny, grocers 20 Crab, cor. Shipper 
Biglow Margaret, widow shopkeeper 13 Duke 
Bignell Wm. bricklayer 127 Locust 
Bilts Benjamin, cai'i>enter Rose 
Biles Nathaniel, carpenter cor. Maiden 8^ Front 



BiL — cm 

Biles Saml. tavernkeeper (l)lack horse) Frankford 

road 
Biller Joseph, mariner 7 Duke (N. L.) 
t Billini^s Benjamin, whitewasher corner Lombard 

and 8th 
Billings Isaac, carpenter 1 17 n. 10th near Race 
Billings Thomas, m. d. 112 north 8th 
Billington George, accomptant 22 New Market 
Billington Thomas, wooclsawyer Carpenter (S.) 
Billington widow of Thomas, 163 south 5th 
BiUiss Jacob, carter back 252 north 8th 
Billmeyer Jacob, flour merchant 27 north 6th 
Billmeyer John Sc Jacob, flour merchants 272 High 
Billon Charles, watchmaker & jeweller 81 south 

2d. (see Belofi 

Billow John, labourer 450 north 3d 
Bills William, shipwright Federal near Front 
Billy John, 46 Sassafras 

Bilsland Ann, widow 2 Franklin Row south 9th 
Binder widow of Jacob, Queen near Wood 
Binder Wm. hatter 286 north Front. [6Vc Bender 
Bindley John, carpenter above 447 north Front 
Bines Robert, merchant 199 Spruce, [see Bimis 
Bingham Robt. trunkmaker s. w. corner Centre 

Square 
Binney Horace, counsellor at law 79 south 4th 
Binns John, editor of the Democratic Press 70 

Chesnut. [See Bines 

Binny Archibald, letter founder Cedar near 9th 
Binny & Ronaldson, leuer founders Cedar between 

Ninth and Tenth 
Bion & Guieu, corner of Pine and Fifth 
Bioren John, printer and bookseller 88 Chesnut 

["See Byron 
bioren benjamin, sea captain 154 Race 
Birch 8c Small, booksellers', Sec o7 south 2d. 

[see Burch 
Birch Thomas, marine and landscape painter at 

the Academy of Fine Arts 
Birch Tuomas, gardener cor*- Sassafras §c Sch. 2d 
Birch Wm. Y. stationc: , Sec. 37 south 2d 
Birchall Caleb, hatter 46 High (see BurchaU 

Birchall widow, 448 south Front 



BIC BIS 

Bickley D. grocer corner Callowhill and Front 
Birckhead Levin, coachmaker near 350 High and 

Twelfth near Chesnut (&ee Burkhard 

Bird & Co. hardware merchants 170 High s. w. 
comer of Fifth (see Burd and Baird 

Bird Charles, hardware merchant cor. High 8c 5tli 
Bird & Earp, hardware merchants 209 south 2d 
Bird, Earp & Co. hardware merchants 252 s. 2d 
Bird Frederick, sea captain 70 Penn 
Bird capt. George, innkeeper s. w. corner 3d and 

Coats • 

Bird Isaac, Windsor and fancy chairmaker s. w. 

corner of Dock and Walnut 
Bird John, biscuit baker 97 Budd 
Bird Joseph, grazier 402 south 2d 
t Bird Peter, labourer Wood above 8th 
Birkey Samuel, ladies' shoemaker 442 north 3d 
Birmbaum John, smith 78 New 
Birmingham John, accomptant 5 Duke (N. L.) 
Birney Margaret, mantuamaker 262 south 3d 
BirnieWm.- conveyancer 15 Walnut " 
Bish Albert, grocer 262 and 403 High, (see Busch 
Bish George, oakcoopcr Smith's court Sch. 
Bish Mrs. of Jacob, Smith's court Sch. 
BisliOp Benjamin, cabinetmaker 214 n. Front 
Bishop Garry, teacher 330 south 2d 
Bishop James, hatter 106 north Front 
Bishop John & Co. shotmanufacturers 49 south 

Wharves, manufactory John st. 
Bishop John, plumber and shot manufacturer 476 

south Front 
Bishop Robert B. surgeon's instrumentmaker 17 

s. 7th corner of Carpenter's alley 
Bishop 8c Sparks, plumbers 49 south Wharves 
Bishop Seth, carpenter 214 Lombard 
Bishop Tiiomas, dyer 88 n. 9th 
Bishop William, carpenter Moyamensing road be- 
low Christian 
Bisliopbarger Jacob, labourer 89 Brown 
Bibpiiam Joshua, hatter btick 81 N. 5th 
Bispiiam Stacy B. merchant 1 12 Arch. 
Bissv. John B. gentienian 37 Coates' alley 
Blssell Aiienby, carpenter 520 south Front 



BIT BLA 

BitelJohn, grocer 157 N. 6th 

Bitting Archibald, brushmaker, 226 N. 3d 

Bitting Mary, widow 215 Callowhill 

Black Andrew, miller, 4th above Brown. CseeJMake 

Black Augustus, mealman Germantown road near 

1st gate 
Black Furman, boarding house 7 Hartung's alley- 
Black Henry, gardener Sch. 8th near Pine 
Black James, goldsmith, jeweller and hairworkcr 

123 Chesnut 
t Black Joh'n, ragman 4th above Brown 
Black John, silversmith 120 south Front 
Black John A. printer 1 Cresson*s alley 
Black John, grocer corner 4th and Christian 
t Black Joseph, labourer 6 St. Mary 
Black M. shoemaker Carpenter (s.) near 4th 
t Black Matthew, brassfounder 3 St. Mary 
^lack Samuel, tallowchandler 209 Cedar 
Blackburn Thomas, shoemaker back 84 S. 3d. '' 
Blackburn William W. flaxdresser and twine- 

makcr 20 N. Water 
Blackford Joseph, bricklayer 4 little J^ine 
Blackman David, grocer Oak above Coats 
Blackman Enoch, seacaptain, 5 Callowhill 
Blackston John, currier 69 S. 3d corner Dock 

dwelling 5 1 Spruce \^see Blakiston 

Blackson Thomas, carpenter 569 S. Front 
Blackwell George, ladies shoemaker 33 Noble 
J51ackwell Jacob, wine merchant 176 S. 2d 
Blackwell Rev. Kobert, d. d. 50 Pine 
Blackwood Wm. 8c Joseph, merchants 18 S. 2d 
Blackwood Mary, widow 115 Christian 
BWm Joseph M. accomptant 65 Gaskili 
Blain Charles, carpenter 98 Filbert 
Blai^; Frances, widow, teacher 117 Brown 
Blair Hugh, weaver Germantafhi road above Budd 
Blair John, taylor Juniper lane 
Blair Lewis D. accomptant 95 Budd 
2?lair H. 228 Pine 

Biair Richard, weaver 1 3th near Cedar 
i51air William, cordwainer s. e. corner Chcsnuf 

and 3d 
Blake Abraham, carpenter Poplar below 2d 



BLA— BLO 

t Blake Abm. carter Blackberry alley [^see B/acA- 
Blake George E. mu sick store and library IS. 3d 
t Blake J. sweepmaster 12th near Weaver's alley 
Blake Joseph, carter Rachael st. 
Blake Charles, tanner Rose alley (n. l.) 
t Blake Joseph, mariner back 19 Budd 
Blake Timothy, hairdresser &c. 188 S. 2d 
-^lake William, labourer Shackamaxon 
Blakely Michael, mariner back 135 N. Water 
Blaker Jason, bricklayer, 312 Vine 
Blaker John, bricklayer back 148 Sassafras 
Blakie James, cabinetmaker 1 1th near Spruce 
Blakiston John, seacaptain 76 S. 11th 

^see BlackstQU 
Blakiston Presley, corner Front and Lombard 
Blame Joseph, bottler 5 N. 5th \_see Blume 

Blanc Victor, coppersmith 260 N. 2d 
Blancan P. turner on metals in general 36 Walnut 
Blanchard Mrs. gentlewoman 81 Vine 
Blanchard Samuel, tavernkeeper &c. 314 Race 
Blackenburg Christiana, shopkeeper Lemon st. 
Blanford David, blacksmith back 130 N. 5th 
Blanford George, smith back 130 N. 5th 
Blanford John, smith 41 Locust 
Blanford John, smith 156 Sassafras 
^layney Arthur, m. d. 161 Race 
Blocker Peter, cooper 271 N. 2d 
Blee James, labourer Spruce near Sch. 5th 
Blee Samuel, labourer Spruce near Sch. 5th 
Blee widow of Francis, Walnut near Sch. 3d 
Blenney John, baker 57 Penn 
Blest widow of Thomas, hatter Blackhorse alley 
Bletterman Peter, baker Smith's alley 
Bleyler Abraham, smith Frankford road n. Queen 
Blcyler John, grocer 325 north 2d 
Bleyler Thomas, shoemaker, Frankford road neai* 

Maiden 
Blight Mary, widow 3 1 Pewtterplatter alley 
Bliss Susannah, layer out of the dead 47 Vine 
Blizard George, shallopman, 125 Swanson 
Blocquerst Andrew J. printer 150 S. 6th 
Blood John, shopkeeper 76 S. Water 



BLO- BOH 

Blood widow of Thomas, 90 N. Water 
I iSIoom Charles, baker 162 S. Front 
Bloom widow, Wood above 8th 
Bloomfield Mary, widow Marlborough near Beach 
Blower E. silkdyer, 92 N. Third 
Blower Robert, silkdyer 245 S. 3d 
t i5lue Joshua, coachdriver Mary's alley 
^lum Henry, weaver, 443 N. 3d 
jBIume George, shoemaker 16 Pewterplater alley 

[_see Blame 
jBlumner Christian, baker 18 Mulberry 
jBoake Israel, carter 494 S. 2d 
Boale J. victualler cor. Germantown road and 

Otter 
Boara Conrad, brickmaker, Locust abov^ twelfth 
Boate Horatio, printer 93 north Fifth 
Boate Mrs. widow, 1 1 1 north Fifth 
Bob John, brickmaker Cedar n. Gray's ferry road 
Bob Peter, brickmaker cor. Filbert and Twelfth 
Boccallin John, merchant 29 Filbert 
Bockius Godfrey, currier 237 n. 3d 
Bockius George, skindresser & parchment manu- 
facturer Margaretta n. 2d [5pe BitcArws. 
Bockius John, sea captain 320 sout|i Fi*^t, ' 
Bockius William, carpenter 24 CyJ)re'^s^t^ii«iy and 

Locust below 8th 
Boddy John, bookbinder 154 n. 5th 

Bodctt 283 Sassafras 

Bodett Anthony, moroccodresscr cor. Queen & 5tli 

Bodin Louis, artist Catharine above 5th 

Bodin William, ship watchman 28 Little Water 

Boehm Daniel, cor. 6th and Poplar lane 

Bogen John, carpenter Bedford st. (M.) 

Boggs Francis, carter 468 Sassafras {See ^iggs 

Boggs James, sea captain Front below Federal 

Boggs Robert, labourer Cherry above 11th 

t Boggs John, labourer Shippen near Seventh 

Boggs S. shipwright Frankford road n. Queen 

^oggs William & Co. merchants 22 1 High 

Bogia Angelo, founder James st. 

t Bogie Robert, waiter 46 soutli Eighth 

Bohlen B. 8c J. merchants 67 and 69 south Fourth 

Bohlcn J. merchant 118 Archk 67 S. Fourth 



BOI BON 

Boileau Isaac, teacher Frankford road n. Queen 
Boizerd John L. mariner head of Bradford's alley 
Boker Aaron^ merchant 12 south Second 
Bolanger Catharine, widow 94 Catharine 
Boleman Doctor Erick, Hamilton village 
Boley Frederick, cooper Brewer's alley n. 4th 

[See IBeivley 
jBolin John, labourer Coates' court 
-Solitho benjamin, brickmaker and grocer, High 

n. Sch. 6th & Hamilton village 
J5olland Martin, carver Vine n Sch. 
i5oller Jacob, sugar refiner 2 1 New-market 
^olte James, mariner Oak (n. l.) [See Boulte 
iJolter J5enj. taylor Ann st. (Sch) 
bolter Peter, hatter near 19 Schively's alley 
Bolton Rachel, storekeeper 32 N. 2d 
JBolton William, silverplater Bolton's court 
jBomeis John, broker and interpreter of languages 

63 Dock 
jBond Benj. carter 449 north Front 
JBond widow of George, 180 Spruce 
Bond Thomas, cabinetmaker Hoffman's alley 
iJond Jacob, saddle & harnessmaker 80 n. Second 
t^ond ^^ob,, labourer 12 St. Mary 
BoAfV'i^^uaB. gentleman 92 S. 8th 
•Bond William, carter 18 ^udd 
Bonefong John, oystercellar 261 High 
Bones Samuel, baker 100 north 9th 
Bonet Paul, segar maker 14 Pine 
Bonneau Francis, gentleman 204 N. 6th 
Bonnell widow of Charles, oakcooper 1 8 Vine 

[see Bennel 
Bonnell Wm. paper merchant 32 Chcsnut 
Bonneuil Peter, winecooper 37 Pine 
Bonnin George, accomptant 217 Spruce 
Bonsall Isaac 8c John, conveyancers 3 Carpenter's 

court, nenr the custom-house 
i?onsall Edw. conveyancer cor. Spruce and Sixth 
Bonsall John, conveyancer 227 Spruce 
bonsall Isaac, conveyancer, &c. 21 Sansom 
Bonsall Samuel, blacksmith Bird's alley 
Bonter John, shoemaker 294 S. 3d 
+3onus Henry, ragman Mary's alley 



BOO BOS 

i 

Book Jacob, watchman Witman's alley 
jffook John, carpenter 1 Sassafras alley 
^ook John H. taylor 2^5 north Second- 
Book Wm. carpenter 1 Sassafras alley ^ 
JBoon A. late innkeeper JBeach near Maiden 
fBoon E. widow, washerwoman, 1 1 Hurst 
Boon Garret, shipcarpenter 440 S. Front 
Boone Jer. merchant 90 S wharves 8c 142 Pine 
Boone Susannah, mantua-maker 2 Appletree alley 
Boone Jcr. merchant 90 S. wharves and 142 Pine 
Boorhecs Henry, tailor Hi^h n. Sch. 6th 
Booth John, dealer 338 S. Front 
Booth Wm. shoemaker Rose alley n. Coates 
Booth Wm. gunsmith 88 S. 2d and 94 Crown 
Booth Wm. coachmaker 115 ^rown 
Boozer Adam, labourer 13th above Race 
Boraff Henry, victualler Garden near Callowhill 
Boraff Mrs. victualler Cherry near Thirteenth 
Borbidge James, carpenter 24 -Sranch 
Borden Francis, bricklayer 10 door bel. Chesnut' 
jBorden Samuel, cabinetmaker N. W. cor Arch h 

6th & 106 N. 6th 
Bordley ISIatthias, gentleman Locust above 9th 
Bordly Sarah, gentlewoman 7 Union 
iBordick Geo. silversmith 9 Wagner's alley 
Borger Peter, grocer cor. 1 1th and Locust 
Borhck Jno. confectioner 73 south Third 
^orie John Joseph, merchant 182 High 
Borie and Laborde, merchants 182 High 
Bornman John, victualler 158 St. John 
-iSorrman Amos, shipwright 78 Catharine 
Borton Abraham, taylor 41 Chesnut (^ce Barf 0:2. 
Borton and Cooper, merchant taylors 4 1 Chesnut 
Borton Mary, mantua-maker 109 \''inc 
^^osbyshell Christian, storekeeper 120 N. 2d 
Bosio Sccondo, tiivcrn keeper cfc. Cedar 144 
Bosomon John, hairdresser 22 Old York 
Boss Barbara, bruslifactory 9 north Front 
Boss Frederick, grocer 35 north 5th 
tBoss R. labourer Taper alley 
Boss Michael, carter 17 Fitzwaltcr 
Bossier Joseph, Joint alley 
Bost Jacob, labourer Hudson's lane, above Pas- 

syunk 
Bo*>t Michael, ropcmaker cor. Passyunk Sc Queer* 



BOS— BOW 

Bostian Casper, labourer Christian near Fifth 

\^See Bastian 
Boston Henry, victualler ^39 south Sixth 
Boswell George, tinplateworker 54 Brown 
^oswell Samuel, printer 5 Sassafras alley 
Boswell Wm, oysterman back 12 north Front 
Bottle Henry, painter 8cc. Apple St 
Bouchet Joseph, cutler 75 south Second 
Bouchony Bordonet, prepares and sells Health and 
Long Life Elixir, and Mahy*s Plaister Cloth, 
148 S. 4th 
Bougevir Peter J. F. sly^pwright 17 Charlotte 
Boulenger A. G. baker 19 Lombard 
Boulter ^enj. late carpenter Arch near new gaol 
Boulton William, blacksmith 426 n. 3d 
Boulu Mrs. gentlewoman, 227 Sassafras 

[^see Beiuley 
Bourne Stephen, carpenter 151 Walnut 
Bousquet A. merchant 128 Pine 
Boutteillier Michael Le, merchant 107 n. Front 
Bouvier John £. umbrellamaker 196 south 2d 
Bouvier John, printer -Sellavista High st. or 

Washingtonwest of Schuylkill bridge 
Bovard William, carpenter Walnut above 10th 
Bovee James, sea captain 85 St. John 
Bow6n Edith widow. Rose alley near Green st. 
Bowen Elijah, taylor George above 10th 
Bowen Ezekiel, carpenter back 1 2 1 Queen (S.) 
Bowen Ezra, sea captain 41 n. 6th 
Bowen Hannah, tayloress 9 Strawberry 
t Bowen James, oysterman Spruce above 8th 
Bowen John, sailraaker 28 Spruce 
-Sowen John, cooper back 8 Elfrith's alley 
t -Sowen Joseph, porter 1 2th below Walnut 
Bowen Sarah, mantua maker and nurse 273 n. 2d 
Bowen Thomas, labourer 144 n. Front 
i ^owen William, coachman 41 Small 
Bowene Thomas, smith /taker's alley 
Bower Christian Sc John, bakers 225 south 5th 
Bower George, carpenter 1 14Callowhill 
Bower George, labourer Cedar near Sch. 8th 
Bower John, engraver 31 n. 4th 
Sowcv widow of Joseph, Queen n. Shackamaxon 
-flower Rev. R. above the tir?>t guto Frankford road 



BOW BOY 

J?owcr Leonard, shoemaker back 135 Coates' 

jBower Samuel, shipbuilder Penn 

^ower widow, gentlewoman back 352 S. 2d 

lowers Jacob, suj^arboiler 26 Julianna 

j5owers widow of Jacob, shoemaker 455 n. 3d 

Bowers Jesse, labourer Ann above 12th 

t lowers John, dealer 221 south 2ri 

Bowers Michael, surgeon barber 402 n. 3d 

Bowers Philip, baker 249 south 3d 

Bowers Philip, shoemaker iVIerritt's lane near 5tli 

Bowers Philip, sea captain 59 south 1 1th 

Bowers Rebecca, tayloress 1 1 3 German 

Bowes Conrad, labourer fluttonwood above Cha-i. 

Bowie Jane widow, 282 south 2d 

Bowlby Edward, ironmonger 69 High 

Bo-wles Andrew, labourer Sch. 8th near Vine 

Bowles John, turner 98 Plum 

Bowles Wm. block and pumpmaker 13 Swanson 

Bowman Aaron, Windsor chairmaker 312 s. Front 

Bowman Abraham, printer 19 Tammany 

Bowman Charles, hog victualler 14 Budd 

Bowman Casker, labourer Irish :ane near Cedar 

Bowman John, labourer Merritt's lane near 5th 

Bowman John, labourer Hickory lane 

Bowman John, victualler corner George & 4th 

Bowman Michael, combmaker 95 Green 

Bowman William, sea captain back 380 south 2d 

Bowman Zachariah, painter Sec. 207 Coatii* 

Bowne Thomas, shipjoiner 33 Noble 

Bownes Jas. tallow chandler Arch n. Sch. Front 

t Bowser Jeremiah, oystcrman 229 n. 2d 

Boyce Sarah widow, 1 2 Gray*s alley 

*^Boyd widow of Alexander 145 south 11th 
Boyd Hugh, grocer 4 Hopkins' court 
Boyd Hugh, shopkeeper 257 St. Johns 

t Boyd John, ropemaker Moyamensing n. Prime 
Boyd John, engraver 64 s. 8th and s. w. corner 

7th and Sansom 
Boyd John, coachmaker shop 42 Columbia Ave- 
nue, dwelling 145 S. Uth 
Boyd Bartholemew, carter 142 Cherry 
Boyd Parks, pewtcrer 89 north 2d 



BOY BRA ^ 

% 
Boyd Thos. weaver Germantown road above 3d 
Boyd ThomasJ Leech's court 
Boyd'Thomas G. carpenter Filbert below 1 Ith 
Boyd William, china merchant 1 8 south Front 
Boyd William, tallow chandler 121 n. 5th Sc above 
Noble 

Boyer^ , Carpenter Callowhill near Sch. 3d 

Boyer H. washerwoman 184 Lombard 

Boyer Henry, shipwright 22 Christian 

Boyer Isaac, grocer 142 n 2d 

Boyer Jacob, carpenter 127 Green 

Boyer James, accomptant 4 Wood near 2d 

Boyer J. G. merchant 1 65 Pine 

Boyer Nathaniel, blacksmith 100 Locust 

Boyer Valenpne, victualler 277 n. 8th 

Boyle Charlers, shopkeeper 22 Spruce 

Boyle Hugh, labourer Juniper above Locust 

Boyle James, sandman 20 Spruce 

Boyle James, labourer 34 and 48 Pa^syunk 

Boyle John, sandman Mifflin's court 

Boyie John, lab-iurer Pine near 12th 

Boyle John, sea captain 145 north Front 

Boyle IMary, tayloress 196 n. Water 

floyie Michael, sandman Farmer's row 

Boyle widow of Niel, stevadore 158 south Water 

Boyle Niel, sandman Mifflin's court 

Boyle Patrick, accomptant 4 Chesnut 

Boyle Patrick, guager 370 High near 12th 

Boyle Patrick, labourer Juniper near Arch 

Boyle Thomas, jun. wheelwright Juniper n. Arch 

Boyle William, grocer 200 south Water 

Boys Samuel, late stavemerchant 17 Browne ^ 

Boyter widow of Daniel 159 St. John ''""^ 

Boze Sarah widow, Marlborough near Bedford 

Boze William, grocer, 148 Lombard 

Bozorth Andrew, shoestore 360 and 379 High 

JBazorlh William, carpenter 122 Filbert 

Brackin Henry, printer, 9 Cresson's alley 

B/ackney Mrs. of William, tanner Lilly alley 

jBraden Arthur, 18Passyunk (see Bryden 

Brades Peter, innkeeper 193 n, 2d 

Bradey Aiin widow, back 67 n. 10th (see '^radu 



BRA 

Bradey Lawrence, grocer 166 n. Water 
Bradfield Benjamin, carpenter 23 Small 
Bradford & Inskeep, stationers, Sec 4 south 3d 
Bradford Samuel F. bookseller, &c. 151 Walnut 

(Sansom's row) 
Bardford Thomas & William, booksellers and 

printers 8 south Front '^. 
Bradford Thos, junr. attorney at law 46 s. 6th 
Bradford Thomas, printer and editor of the True 

American 8 south Front 
Bradford Thomas, mariner 154 n. Water 
Bradford William, pp'inter and bookseller 204 

Mulberry 
Bradford William, merchant taylor 63 south 3d 

and 23 Carters alley 
Bradley James, cordwainer 101 Queen (S.) 
Bradley James, grocer 200 Pine 
Bradley J. ironmonger and fancy goods store 78 

High 
Bradley Mrs. of William, Callowhill near 8th 
Bradley Thos. grazier n. Blue Ball Passyunk 
-Bradley widow of Thomas, bricklayer 213 Cedar 
Bradley Thomas, smith 29 Prune 
Bradley Thomas H. taylor 100 Union 
Bradley William,. taylor back 239 south 2d 
Bradley William, cordwainer 74 south P'ront 
Bradshaw Sarah, tavernkceper 28 Carter's alley 
Bradshaw Thomas, mariner 53 Queen (S.) . 
Brady Alexander, cai*penter back 120 N 11th 
Brady Charles, grocer 9 south 4th 
Brady Bartholomew, shopkeeper corner 4th and 

Union \_.^-ee Bradey Bready Brodie 
Brady Charles, 141 south 6th 
Brady Christoplicr M. shoemaker 132 Plum 
Brady David, coachmaker back 390 Sassafras 
Brady James, morocco manufacturer 77 south 5th 
Brady widow of John, fisherman Jones' alley (n.l.) 
Brady John, teacher 83 south 3d 
Brady John, labourer 40 Coatcs* 
Brady widow of Peter, corner Walnut and 5th 
Brady Robert, sea captain 518 souih Front 
Brady Surah widow, 283 south 4th 



BltA. 

Braeutigam Daniel, ironmonger, Sec. 194 N 2d 
Braemigam Daniel, jun. saddler 24 High 
Brager Charlotte widow 161 Green 
Brailsford Thomas, shoemaker 97 Budd 
Braley John, accomptant Pearson's court 
Bramin Benjamin, labourer 59 Prime 
Brambel Charles, V".icksmith 164 south 5th 
Bramble Asa, stevedore 460 N 2d 
Brame Henry, painter, Sec. 284 Race 
Branagan Thomas, publisher 169 Coats 
Brand Martha, doctress 1 3 north 6th 
Brandt Aime Sc Charles, watchmakers, ficc. 129 n. 
2d. Csee Bryant and Bran^ 

Brandt Christian, grocer and tinman 90 n. 11th 
Brandt Frederick A. merchant 97 Walnut 
Brandt John, carpenter 51 Coats 
Brandt Wm. carter Spruce near Sch. 6th 
Brainthwait Sarah, widow 13 Springet alley 
Brannan Jane, washerwoman 12th below Chesnut 
Brannen Edward, umbrella maker 194 south 2d 
Branner George, dairyman 176 Vine 
Brannen Elizabeth, storekeeper 55 High 
Branson H. carpenter Buttonwood north 6th 

('see JBronson 
Branson John, sailmaker 385 s. Front 
Brant John, mariner 118 n. Water, fsee Brandt 
-Srantingham George, shoestore 226 Market and 
30 North alley 
' J5ransbey Casper, cedar cooper 4 Knight's court 
-Srasier Amable, watclimaker and jeweller 12 s. 3d 
iirasington Isaac, carter 438 north Front 
^rasington Thpmas, shoemaker 438 n. Front 
iSraslon Cornelius, drayman 24 ^read 
i9ravard widow of Eben. storekeeper 2^9 south 2d 
^ray Ann, mantuamaker 31 Pewterplatter alley 
^ray Elkinah, sea captain 362 south 2d 
Bray George, ostler 9 Sugar alley 
t Bray Henry, silver smith Lombard north 12th 
Bray John? jun. wholesale and retail dry good store- 
keeper 1 87 north 3d 
Bray John, comedian 135 south loth 
Bray John, painter, &;c. 54 Crown 



BRA BRI. 

Bray widow, seamstress back 74 south 5th 

Bray widow of Joseph, 185 south Front 

Brazier John, >vhitesmith 171 Green (see "Russic/ 

Bready C. L. coachmaker 126 and 132 south 5th 

Breamer Lewis, labourer 386 north 3d 

Brearley James, clock and watchmaker IlS-j-n. 

3d and old York above mill dam 
Breece Henry, grocer 391 n. 4th corner Coates. 
Breece Charles, Green's court (see^ricc 

Brega Mary, widow Current alley near Spruce 
Brega Rosella, gentlewoman Current alley neat 

Spruce 
Breidenhart George, upholsterer 117s. Front 
Breintnall D. ladies' shoemaker 13 south 7th 
Brointnall Samuel, brewer 13 south 7th 
Breintnall Thomas, attorney at law, 1 13 north 5th 
5reish J. skindresser 249 Vine 
Bremega Frederick, founder, James st. 
Breneise Valentine, cryer Cauffman's court 
Brent Hannah, shopkeeper 25 Walnut 
^rentzeghofer F. coachmakerFrankford road above 

Queen 
Breschard John, equestrian rider, 85 south Uth 
Breslin John, labourer 1 1th below Locust 
BrethoffKenry, sea captain 21 Vernon 
Bretz Jacob, merchant 34 north 3d (see BrUz 

Breuil Francis, merchant corner of Pine and 2d 
Brewin Mary, widow 7 Knight's court 
Brewer George, accomptant 226 north -rront 
Brewer Isaac, clock Sc watchmaker Friends' alms- 
house 
Brewton Daniel, sea captain 425 south Front 
Briard John, sea captain 6 Cypress alley 
Brie- John, sea captain 389 n. 2d. (see Breece 

Brick John, currier 29 Chesnut 
Bricker Jacob, carpet weaver 473 N. 3d 
Brickman George, baker 44 Race 
Bridge John, labourer 23 Liitic Water 
Bridges Colepepper, merchant 259 s. Front 
Briuges James, teacher 235 Lombard 
Biidges Mrs. 259 south Front 
Bridport George, ornamental painter 3.83 High 



BRI. 

^ridport S. widow Portland lane 

Bridson George WAobacco pipe maker 476 n. 2d 

Brien P. sea captain 41 German (see Bryan 

Briesach George, drayman James st. 

Brifold Philip, drayman 32 Browne 

Briggs Ethan, ship smith 78 Budd 

Briggs Elizabeth, widow 55 Tammany 

Briggs widow of Francis, shipwright 403 n. Front 

Briggs John, hairdresser 30 Sugar alley 

Briggs Ralph, carter Rose 

Bright Edward, labourer 56 Plum 

Bright Mary, widow makes Moulder*s salve, 4T 

Lombard 
Bright Mary, widow tavernkeeper 28 Spruce 
Brindle James, grocer 4th corner Poplar 
Brindle Wm. painter, Stc. 13th above Cherry 
Briney D. founder James st. 
Bringhurst George, coachmaker 23 north 5th 
Bi'inghurst Jesse, coachmaker 28 Julianna 
Bringhurst Joseph, clock and watchmaker 315 n. 

Front and 31 Noble 
Bringhurst Susan, milliner 18 north Front 
Brinton John H. attorney at law 217 Arch 
Brintzin^'hoffer George, wheelwright 158 Vine 
Briol Gabriel, merchant 54 Lombard 
Brislin Jeremiah, taylor 6 Shippen 
Bristoll Mary, storekeeper 359 north 2d 
Bristoll Hannah, 403 N. 2d 
Britt Rev. Adam, corner 6th and Spruce 
Brittin Jacob, silversmith 46 N. 2d 
Brittin Joseph, tavernkeeper 82 N. Front 
Britton Eliza, widow fortune teller 139 Shippen 
Britton Isaac, nailer 20 Shippen 
Britton James S. 203 iiorth Water 
Britton John, gentleman ■;J59 north Front 
Britton John, jun. 149 N. Water — ^d welling Man- 
tua village 
Britton Mrs. Sarah, gentlewoman 219 Spruce 
Britton Thomas, smith 2d above Ger. road 
Britton William, lumberyard 207 N. Water, dwel- 
ling 84 Caljowhill 
Britz Adam, grocer 441 N. Front (see Bretz 



BRO 

Broadfoot Mary» teacher 85 south Front ^ 
Broadie C. storekeeper 282 south Front 
Brobert William, 375 Arch 
Brobson Mrs. seamstress, 24 Cypress alley 
Brobst Ann, widow Germantown road below 2d 
Brobston Joseph, grocer 173 south 5th 
Broca Francis, merchant 106 Gaskill 
Brocklehiirst Robert, blacksmith Scott's alley 
Brode M. tanner north 3d near George 
Brodiiead Daniel, accomptant north Broad and 21 

Strawberry 
Bi'odie Andrew, grocer s e. corner Coats' & 2d 
Brogen Patrick, gardener Federal near Front 
Brognard John, proprietor of Expedition line New 

York, Bickley's wharf , 
Brognard Joseph, merchant' 67 High 
Bronger Wm. dairyman 170 Cherry 
Bronson, E. publisher of the United States' Ga- 
zette, office back 41 Walnut* dwelling 5 
Franklin row '9th below Walnut [_seeBran8on 
Brooke Boyer,jun. flaxseed merch^t 109 N Wa- 
ter and Brooke court 
Brooke Boyer, gentleman Brooke court 
i?rooke Caleb, blacksmith 353 N 3d & 88 Callow- 
hill 
Brooke John, blacksmith 412 N 3d 
Brooke R. & B. jun. iron merchants 109 nortli 

Water 
Brooke Rees, iron merchant 128 N Front 
-Orooke Robert, surveyor 324 N 3d 
Brooke Wm. J. blacksmith High west of P. bridge 
Brookbousc John, rigger 255 St. John 
Brooker Christopher, shoemaker back 290 N 8th 
Brookfield William, teacher 10th below High — 

Marcoc's court 
Brookover John, carter Oak below Noble 
Brooks Catharine, i~ 7th near Walnut 
Brooks David, carter Hickory lane 
Brooks George, 1 6 Strawberry 
Brooks Isaac, brickmakfcr Broad near Vine 
Bi-ooks James, blacksmith 407 N 4th 



Brooks J. cooper 83 S Water & 5 Norris's alley 

Brooks John, accomptant 9 Pfieffer's alley 

Brooks Lewis, smith 20 North alley 

Brooks Mrs. of John, 2 Callowhill 

Brooks Samuel, merchant 7 south Wharves and 

161 Walnut (Sansom's row 
Brooks William, p^rocer corner Juniper & Walnut 
Brooks widow of Wm. planemaker 25 Xeys's alley 
Broom Christopher, grocer 102 i?uckl 
Broom Thomas, shoemaker {IS Ceclar 
Broom Thomas, cooper 42 Penn and 23 Swanson 
Broom Leonard P. surgeon and dentistllS Cedar 
Broom William, carpenter 6 Carter's alley 
B roomer Thomas, labourer 61 Passyunk 
Broomall William, shoemaker back 372 n Front 
Brossie John, coachman 32 Appletree alley 
Broslasky Henry L. grocer 124 S. 6th 
Bross Garrett, shoemaker Emlen's alley 
Brotherton Eliza, seamstress 23 Ann (n. l.) 
Brotherton Hugh, shoemaker 330 S. Front 
Brotherton John, shoemaker Jones st. 
Brotherton R. back 392 N. Front 
B rowers Mrs. of Jacob, Rose alley above Coates' 
Brown Abner, mariner 58 Passyunk \^see Broivne 
t Brown Abraham, v/aiter Bedford [M] N. 7th 
Brown Andrew, teacher 51 S. Fifth 
Brown Ann, widow 276 S. 5th 
Brown Armit, merchant 192 Pine 
Brown Beneville D. hardware merchant 167 N. 2d 
Brown benjamin, cordwainer 56 Passyunk 
t Brown Benjamin, coachdriver 66 N. Front 
Brown Benjamin, mariner back 346 N. 2d 
Brown Benjamin, labourer Germantown r'd. n. 2d 
^rown widow of Charles B. merchant 74 S. 11 th 
jBrown Charles, bitmaker 6th n. Germantown r'd. 
t ^rown Charles, labourer Davison's alley 
jSrown Christian, tavernkeeper, Spruce n. ^road 
Thrown Cornelius, tavernkeeper 135 N. Water 
jBrown David, bookseller 32 1 N. 2d 
t ^rown David, labourer Little Oak 
J5rown Elenor, washerwoman Fayette st.^ 



wBrown Elizabeth, seamstress 9 Sassafras alley 
Brown Elizabeth, shopkeeper 35 Prime 
Browne Elizabeth, widow 97 Browne 
Brown Elizabeth, shopkeeper 25 Callowhill 
Brown Ephraim, cordwaincr Christian above 3d 
Brown Ezra, cordwainer 461 N. 2d 
Brown Francis, taylor 435 High 
Brown George, mariner 28 Mead alley 
Brown, widow of George tobacconist 261 S. 2d 
Brown George, tavernkeeper 479 High 
Brown widow of George T. blacksmith 127 Cal- 
lowhill 
Brown Hannah, widow 19 Tammany 
Brown Hanse, scacaptain Hannover near Bedford 
BroAvn Henry, shoemaker 484 N. 3d 
Brown Henry, whitesmith 452 Sassafras 
Brown Hugh, nailor 2 Sugar alley 
Brown Jacob, iron-store 161 and 167 N. 2d 
Brown Jacob, shoemaker 481 N. 3d 
Brown Jacob, carter 139 Shippen 
Brown Jacob, whitesmith 143 S. 10th ^ 
Brown James, tobacconist 22 Kunckle 
Brown James, mariner 57 Mead alley 
Brown James, skindresser cor. 2d Ec Germtn. r'd. 
Brown James, mariner back 142 Spruce 
t Brown James, caulker back 459 S. 2d. 
t Brown Jeffrey, woodsawyer 135 German 
B^'own Jeremiah, mariner 23 Duke (n. l.) 
t Brown Jesse, stablekeeper Currant alley near 

Spruce 
t Brown Jesse, carpenter 185 S. 4th 
Brown John, shoemaker near 6 South alley 
Brown John, merchant 216 Chesnut 
Brown John, caulker 36 Plum 
Brown John, cabinetmaker Rose alley nr. Browne 
Brown John, labourer corner Sassasras &: 1 1th 
Brown John, labourer Prince near Crown 
^rown John, gentleman Arch near i?road 
^rer\vn John, labourer 125 S. Uth 
Blown William, ladies shoemaker 140 Lombard 
jBrown John, accomptant 143 High 



BRO BUG 

Brown John, silverplater 22 S. 3d 

Brown John, taylor Ann st. (V.) 

Brown John, mariiner 25 Coomb's alley 

Brown John, labourer 125 S- 1 Uh & Grissel's alley 

Brown John, rigger 248 N. Front 

Brown John, carter corner Shippen and Crab 

Brown John H. merchant 152 S. 3d and 67 Union 

Brown John, labourer corner 1 1th and Sassafras 

Brown John H. and Wm. merchants 67 Union 

Brown John H. grocer. Bank st. 

Brown John M. rigger, 248 N. Front 

t Brown John, porter 12 Elizabeth 

t Brown John,' oysterman, 193 Shippen 

t Brown John, labourer Bonsall st. 

Brown Joseph, rigger Oak near -flrown 

Brown Joseph; copperplate printer 80 Union 

Brown Joseph, mariner 304 S. 2d 

-firown Joseph, grocer cor. Lombard cj" 6th 

Brown Lawrence £c Stephen, hatters and straw hat 

manufacturers 70 S. 2d 
Brown Lewis R. merchant 24 N. 8th 
t Brown Lunar, sweep 1 47 -Browne 
•t Brown Lunar, jun. porter 145 Browne 
Browne Margaret, nurse 2 Appletree alley 
Brown Margaret, boarding house 30 N. 3d 
Brown Manin, master rigger 10 Noble 
Brown Mary, boarding house 316 High 
Brown Mary, widow 29 1 S. 5th 
Brown Mary, mantua-maker 153 Locust 
Brown Mary widow, of John, back 372 N. Front 
Brown Mary widow, 82 N. 7th 
BroAvn Mattliew, late carpenter 230 St. John 
Brown Matthew, labourer 134 Cedar 
Brown Matthew, 63 Christian 
Brown Michael, sea captain 2 Pfieffcr*s allev 
Brown Michael rigger 8 Margaretta 
Brown Mrs. of James, Rose alley (C) 
Brown Mrs, of John, mariner 80 Pcnn 
Brown Natiianiel, labourer 236 N. Front 
Brown Noble labourer Clymcr's alley 
Brown Paul, storekeeper 1 1 north Front 
Brown Paul S. china merchant 42 south Second 
Brown Philip, surgeon's instrume«it makers Hev- 

des' court 



BUO BRO 

/?rown Robert, carpenter 1 JS S I ith 
t ^rown Robert, white washer Pine near iOtl. 
jBrown Samuel, punipmakcr 7th below Shippeu 
Brown Samuel, tea ware-house 8cc. 73 Chesnut 
t Brown Samuel, porter Bradford's alley- 
Brown Sarah, innkeeper 211 Mulberry 
Brown Susan, boarding house 72 south 6th 
Brown Thomas, carpenter 53 Tammany 
Brown Thomas, 17 Swanson 
Brown Thomas, plaistercr -Slackberry alley near 

Walnut 
JQ'rown Thomas, storekeeper 2 S. 3d 
lirown Thomas, grocer cor. Ninth and Locust 
tB rown Thomas, oysterman, 78 High ' 
,- Brown Thomas, oysterman lOO N. 4Lh 
Brown widow of William, biscuit baker 1 1 Vine 
Brown widow of Benjamin W. 250 N. 2d 
Brown widow. Wood near Duke 
Brown William, printer 23 Church^llcy dwelling 

41 Cherry 
Brown William, rectifying distiller 172 Cedar 
Brown William, merchant 67 Union & 152 S. 3d 
Brov/n William, tanner and currier ^Z S. 3d 
Brown William, weaver. Weaver's alley 
Brown Williaixi, mariner 63 Christian 
Brown William, fur cutter &c. 178 Race 
Brown William, blacksmith 21 and 29 Green 
Brown Wm. ropcmaker 2d below Federal 
Brown William P. commission merchant 2/0 Higli 
JJrp^vn Wm. ladies shoemaker 140 Lombard 
Bi'own William, carpenter Mint court 
f Brown Wm. carpenter George near Juniper lane 
Browne Aquila A. conveyancer and accountant 16 

Swanwick and 15 Browne 
Browne Jesse, silversmith 47 Lombard 
Browne John, gentleman 376 north Front 
Browne John, labourer cor. Mulberry k Sch. 2d 
Browne John C. ship smith and lumber mer. oSi> 
8c 331 N. Front dwelling Beach above Hanover 
Browne Jolm P. baker. Queen near Chcriy 
Browne Libei'ty, silveremith k collector of taxes 
119 Chcsmit 



BRO BUG 

Browne Peter A. attorney at law Sc conv'eyancei' 

16 Swanwick, dwelling 64 s. 6th 
Browne Peter, mate Hanover 
Brovviier Nicholas, manner 96 Ceder 
Browner Mr. of Nicholas, 96 Cedar 
Brownneil Gardner, grocer, 256 s. 4th cor. Ship. 
Bruce Ann, storekeeper, 13 1-2 s. 2d 
Bruce William, cabinet maker, 165 n. Front 
Brugiere Charles, merchant 6 N. 4th & 159 High 
Brugiere Chs. £c A.Teisseire, merchants 159 High 
Brum John, hatter 196 St. John 
Brum t, labourer back 216 N. Front 

Brummeli Samuel, carter Taper alley-^ 
Bruner Adam Sc Son, skindressers and parchment 

makers 1 1 Margaretta 
Bruner John Adam, skin dresser 313 N. 2d 
Bruner William, skin dresser 118 St. John 
Bruny Mathew, oysterman 118 High 
Bruorton Mrs. of George, sch. Front 11. Walnut 
Bruorty John, hatter 5 Hinckle's court 
Brusstar widow of Henry, J5each n. Penn 
Brusstar Samtiel, shipbuilder i?each n. Penn 
Bruton Patrick, labourer 137 Locust (sec Broivt07t 
Br>Mn Guy, merchant 223 Mulberry & 223 High 
Bryan Jesse, taylor 27 Ann (N. L.) {ace Benir 
Bryan Samuel, register for the probate of wills and 

granting letters of administradon 66 S. 1 1th 
Bryan Sarah, washerwoman Kugler's court 
Biyan cT" Schlatter, merchants 223 High 
jBryan Mrs. of Wm. turner 217 south Sixth 
Bryan widow of John, 197 S. 7th 
Bryan William, labourer 39 Prime 
Bryant iJenjarnin F. druggist iJfc.. 300 N. 2d cor- 

Noble 
Bryant George PI. apothecary ^ drug. 408 N. 3d 
Bryant John Y. chemist, is'c. n. w. corner Pine is* 

Second {see Brandt 
Bryant MordccaiY. drug and paint store 241 N.2d 
Bryant Thomas, druggist, e^c. 300 N. 2d 
Bryant T. J. apothecary and drugg. 33 Coats 
jBryant William, cabhiet maker 56 n. 3d 
Bu'ch^jiJin Alxr. shoemaker inroad near Vino 



BUG -BUL 

Buchanan Alcxr. shoemaker corner Locust b* 15th 

Buchanan Andrew, paperstainer Juniper near Vme 

Buchanan L. widow 18 prune 

Buchanan John, labourer Cedar n^ar sch. 7th 

BuchhaltcrG. F. baker 32 Perm 

Buck C. N. merchant 204 south Front 

Buck Frederick, cooper 188 n 2d 

Buck , smith 19 Cherry 

Buck George, cedarcooper 188 n 2d 

Buck H. smith 27 Passyunk 

Buck Julia, It Brewer's alley 

Buck widow of Da} ton 326 s 2d 

t Buck S. washerwoman Cedar above 1 0th 

Buck William, labourer back 155 Coats 

t Buck Wilcher, porter, 244 s 7th 

Bucke Thomas, cordwainer 81 4th below Union 

Buckini^ham John, messenger to health office 418 

south Second cor. Christian 
Buckish Nicholas, grocer 84 n 1 1th - 
Buckius John, victualler n. 1st gate Frankford road 
Buckius Samuel, currier back 131 n 3rd 

{see ^ockus 
Buckley Adam, cedarcooper 258 St. John 
^uckley Isaac, mealstore 389 1-2 {see 'Bickley 
Buckley John, innkeeper 25 South alley 
i?ucklcy Wm. merchant 87 south Third 
Buckman i5enjamin, hatter 62 Germ.an 
Bucknall jBenjamin, japanner, 176 Lombard 
Bucknall James, japanner 176 Lombard 
Bucknell S- lapidary 2 Carters alley 
Z'ucknall iP" Son, japanners Harmony st- 
Budd Henry, printer back 142 s 4th 
Budd Samuel W. 32 Moravian alley 
Budd Thos W, cabinetmaker Sansoms alley 
Buffington Catharine, boardinghouse 18 Dock 
Buglass Mary, book binder 12 Combs' alley 
Bugnot Claude, hatter 212 south 2d 
Bvijac J. L- merchant 130 Pine 
Bulfinch Mrs leyer out of the dead 26 Columbia 
Bulfinch Samuel, late sea captain 26 Col avenue 
Bulfinch William, printer 26 Coiumbda avenue 
Bull John, carter Charles 



^ BUL BUR~ 

Bwlard Justice, cordwainer Sheaff's alley 

Buller widow 89 Sassafras 

Bullock Joseph, treasurer to the the Germantown 

and Perkiomen turnpike 212 Walnut 
Bullock Joseph, jun m d. 212 Walnut 
Bumbach Martin, blacksmith cor- Third and Green 
Bumm Conrad, Locust above 12th 
Bumm George, carter Lombard near Broad 
Bumm John, carpenter Marlborough n. Bedford 
Bunce Capt. Jared, grocer Front above Coats 
t Buncurn Charles, coachman 227 south 5th 
Bunker Nathan, merchant 19 south Water 
Bunn Revil, ladies shoemaker 64 Penn 
Bunting C harles S. p,ccomptant 98 ^udd 
Bunting Isaac, teacher 1 Ann [N L] Sc 258 N 3d 
Bunting John, carpenter 172 south 6th 
Bunting Jonathan, merchant 32 south 3d 
Bunting Joseph, accomptant71 south 3d 
Buntin* Josiah, lumber merchant 113 Chesnut 
jBunting N. whitesmith 395 south 2d 
Bunting P. S. grocer 93 and 95 N 2d 
Bunting Pi^trick, mariner Steinmetz' court 
Buntings "Sc Watson, lumberyard corner 8th and 

Pine and 109 Swanson 
Bunting widow of William, 4th below Christian 
Bunting William, carter 56 New Market 
Burch Rev. James, 146 N 8th \^see Birch 
Burckhardt Henry, baker 70 Vine [see Burkhart- 
Burkhard Samuel, tobacconist 148 Spruce 
Burckle Christian J. merchant 27 Race 
Burd Edward, gentleman 247 Chesnut 
Burd Edward S. counsellor at law 276 Chesnut 
Burd Jacob, oysterman 1 1 Chesnut "^ 
Burd S. W. 71 N Front [see Bird and Baird 

Burden widow of George 529 south Front 
Burden Henry R. chairmaker ^ 2 south 5th dwel- 
ling China street 
Burden Joseph, Windsor and fancy chairmaker 95 

and 97 south 3d N E corner York street 
Burlin Mathew, trader 13 York court 
Burliu William, shipwright Marlborough near 
Prince 



BUR 

V Burdick Lewis, painter U2 N 7th 
Burgan Mrs. of John, 306 N 2d 
Bur^e John, Confectioner 86 Chesnut 
Burger G. C. grocer 1 1 6 Callowhill [^see Bergn 
l^urger Jacob, mariner 415 south Front 
Burger John, sea captain 98 Catharine 
Burgess M. &; H. storekeepers 134 High 
Burgess Mary widow 319 south 3d 
Bergess Robert, grocer High west of ^road 
Burgin Joshua, tobacco pipe manufacturer 79 Pas- 

syunk 
Burguet Henry, carter Raspberry alley 
Burk Sc Cummings, cornfactors and grocers 92 

south Wharves 
Burck Elizabeth widow 23 Pewterplatter alley 
gurk Henry, taylor 2 Sassafras alley 
Burk John, carpenter 5 Fitzwalter 
Burke John, labourer Cresson's court 
Burk Joseph, porter 5 Little Pine 
Burk Joseph, labourer 315 Callowhill 
Burk Peter, saddler 117 Callowhill 
Burk Mrs. of Thomas, 361 N 3d 
Burkart Frederick, constable 178 Sassafras 
Burke Abraham, carpenter 415 N Front 
Burke Henry, porter 139 N Front , 
Burke Jane, grocer corner Walnut and Water 
Burke Mary D. mantuamakcr 2 Appletree alley 
Burke Sarah widow, 4th'above -Browne 
Burke Thomas, merchant 35 N 8th 
Burk Thomas, cornchandler and grocer 97 south 
• 4th near Pine 
Burke Thomas, storekeeper 14 south 2d fie Frank- 
lin court 
Burket widow, 442 N 3d 
Burkhard widow of A. tavcrnkeeper 71 south 

Wharves [^see Birckhcad 
Burkhard widow of Jacob, Rose alley (N L) 
Burkhart Eliz. washerwoman 69 Lombrrd 
Burkhart Rob't 8c Reter hairdressers 57 N Wa- 
ter (^sce Burck/mrdt 

Burkheimer , mariner 148 St. John 

Burkinshaw Robert, bellhangcr 160 south Front 
Bunin Matthew, trader 13 York court 
Buriock .\\ illiam, Branner's alley 
E 2 



BUR 

Burkloe widow of Jacob, 82 Green 
Burkloe Samuel' watchman 13 Shippen 
Burely Joshua, carter back 393 N Front 
Burman John, victualler 197 Callowhill 
Burman widow of Richard, 12 Callowhill 
Burn Elenor, storekeeper corner 2d and Spruce 
Burn Joseph, sto?"ekeeper 244 N Front 

\^see Byrne 
Burn Samuel, shipwright Queen near Frankf.road 
Burnham Abraham, South wark academy 
Burns A. bookbinder Cresson's alley 
-Sums Anthony, labourer 5all alley 
Burns Edward, labourer 484 N 5d 
Burns Eliza, seamstress Geo7'ge near 1 1th 
Burns Elizabeth, widow back 39 1 N 2d 
Burns George, labourer 171 Coats 
Burns George, flour merchant 278 High 
Burns Hannah, teacher 13 Willing's alley 
Burns Jacob, sea captain 7 Pfeiffer's alley 
Burns James, gunsmith 136 Lombard 
Bu7'ns James, druggist. Sec. 42 south Front 
Burns James, labourer 2 Oak (S.) 
^urns J. gunmaker 1 36 Lombard 
Burns Jno. cordwainer 1 3 1 south 9th cor. Locust 
Burns John, mariner Sarah street 
Burns Nicholas, grocer corner Sansom and 7th 
Burns Mary widow, back 25 1 Race 
Burns Mrs. of Peter, 106 N llth 
Buans Peter, labourer Clymer*s alley 
Burns William, labourer Lombard aoove llth 
Burr Jos. painter and glazier 249 south 7th 
Burr Isaiah, currier 225 Lombard 
Burr Rachel, tayloress 32 New Market 
Burr Rebecca, widow 37 Vine 
Burrill Tiiompson, shoestore S E cor High & 4th 
Burrough Archibald, taylor 100 Budd 
-burroughs John E. broker 44 Gaskill 
-Burroughs Ann widow, 44 Gaskill 
Burrows Elizabeth, boardinghouse 264 High 
Burrows Jacob, plumber back 121 N Water and 

177 N Front 
Burrows Jesse, carpenter 280 High 
Burrows John, accomptant 4 1 5 N Front 



BUR BUT 

Burrows John, cutler corner Fitzwalter and 6th 
Burrows widow of John, 15 Keys' alley 
Burrows Lydia, 145 south 3d 
•f Burrows Peter, woodsawyer 20 Small 
Burson John, 171 south 3d 
Burt barney, labourer 308 Callowhill 
Burt Nathaniel, storekeeper n. e. cor. High £<; 2d 
Burtis Ann, boarding house 1 1 6 N Water 
t Burton Bristor, woodsawyer Mary's alley 
t Burton Henr>', waiter 7th below Shippen ^ 

Burton John, tavernkeeper corner Arch and Jum- 
per (see Barton 

t Burton Milford, stablekeeper 3 Bread street 
Burton Margaret, 2 Stamper's alley 
t Burton Robert, coachdriver Shippen near 7th 
t Burton S. dealer 233 south 2d 

Burton , Sch. 7th near Vine 

Burton widow of Wm. 1 1 1 N 5th 

t Burton Simon, dealer 78 Cedar 

Burwell Mrs. of Benjamin E. 12 Small 

Burwell Stephen, constable 7 Small 

Burwick Richard, baker 63 Coates 

Busch Andrew, shoemaker 105 N 3d 

Buscher Moses, sea captain Front below ^edefa! 

Busch Fred'k, shipjoiner Prime near Front 

Bush Barnet, shoemaker 4th below Christian 

Bush Hannah, widow Rose alley near Coals 

Bush Lewis, 125 Sassafras 

Bushnell Andrew, combmaker 292 Arch 

Bussier B. starchfactory 349 Callowhill 

\^'See Bois'ier 
Bussier Daniel, justice of the peace 260 S 4th 
Bussier Judith, starchfactory Christian above 7th 
Bussy Charles, baker Grissel's alley 
t Busstitt David, ulaisterer 389 N oiX 
Butaud Isaac, engraver 9 south 3d 
Butcher Amos W. grocer 15 Sassafras 
Butcher Job 5c Amos W. grocers 49 N Water 
Butcher Martha, seamstress Biddle's alley 
Butcher Martha, widow Noble above 2d 
Butcher Samuel, cordwainer 86 N 4th 
Butland John, lace and fringe weaver 137 Cherry 
Butler Charles, woodsawyer 228 Shippen 
t Butler David, waiter 224 Shippen 



BUT BYR 

Sutler Eve, washerwoman 1 1th below Spruce 
t Butler Henry, carter Elizabeth st. 
Butler Jacob, labourer 31 Sassafras alley 
Butler James, sea captam 32 Elizabeth 
Butler James, labourer Vine near Sch. 8th 
Butler James, accomptant back 104 N 2d 
Butler John, planemaker 1 1 1 N 3d and Quarry st» 
Butler Mrs. milliner 70 N 5th 
Butler Pierce, flour and feedstore, 430 N Front 
Butler Pierce, n. w. corner of 8th and Chesnut 
Butler widow of Richard, Frankford road near 

Queen 
t Sutler Richard, labourer Shippen above 7th 
Butler Richard, baker back 64 Shippen 
Butler Samuel, taylor 42 N 4th above Arch 
Butler Samuel G. painter, &c 136 south 9th 
Butler Sarah, nurse Frankford road near Queen 
Butler Susannah, widow Duncan's court 
Butler Thomas, late baker Carpenter (s) below 5th 
-Butler William, labourer 136 south 9th 
Butterworth John, tinplateworker 357 N 3 d 
Butterworth Sarah, boardinghouse 78 south 11th 
Button Eliza, 171 N 2d 

Buzby Benj. C. stationer, &c. 2 n. 3d Sc 140 Rape 
Buzby John, cornchandler 166 Cherry 
Buzby John, flour and feedstore 166 Cherry 
Byard Christopher, shoemaker back 372 N Front . 
Byerly Andrew, merchant Spruce st. wharf 
jByerly Christopher, late oakcooper 9 Sansom 
Byerly Detrick, grocer Queen near Marlborough 
Byerly George, labourer Marlborough n. Beach 
Byers George, labourer back 446 Sassafras 
Byers Samuel, carpenter 52 south 10th 
-Oyrne Gerrald, grocer s. e. cor. Water & Chesnut 
Byrne John, hairdresser 249 soyth Front 
Byrne Mrs. boardinghosue 100 n. 3d (sec Burns 
Byrne Patrick, bookseller and stationer n. e. cor- 
ner Chesnut and 5th 
Byrnti Patrick J. merchant 32 j; N 3d 
Byrne Redmond & son, grocers 37 south Water, 

south-east corner Chcsiiut 
Byrnes John, grocer corner 2d and Queen 



byh — CAL 



^yrns Lawrence, labourer 4th near George 
^yron Joshua, gentleman 249 N Front (see Bior^n 
iSy^eld Frederick, currier 23 Pewterplatter alley 
-Bysher Jacob, labourer 143 St. John 
Bywater Wm. shoemaker Lee'^ court 



Cabel Thomas, shoemaker 313 S. 3d 

Cadet Lyon, shopkeeper 239 N. 2d 

Cadey widow, seamstress 46 S. oth 

Cadwalader Thomas, attorney at law 266Cnesnut 

office George near 10th 
Cahall John, carter Laetitia court 
Cahill David, carter 4 Hartung's alley (see Cohill 
Cahun John, accomptant Torr's court 
Cain Captain Alexander, merchant, 211 S. Front 
Cain John, mariner Federal above 2d \_see Kean 
t Cain Hannah, washerwoman, 234 Cedar 
Caines Hester seamstress Church alley 
Cairou J. B. French teacher 13 ElizabetJi 
Cake Ann, widow 230 S. .4th 
Cake Joseph, hatter 110 N. 2d 
Cake Matthias grocer corner Poplar and Chai* 

lotte 
Caldcleugh Robert A. 236 Spruce and corner 

Chesnut and 3d 
Caldcleugh and Thomas, stationers, manufacturers 

of paper hangings and playing cards, n. e. 

corner Chesnut and Third 
Calderwood Andrew, watchmaker, &c. Sec. near 

the first gate on Germantown road 
Calderwood William, gunsmith Germantown v*d 

near first gate 
Caldovy William, shoemaker 239 St John 
Caldwell Charles, m. d. 211 S 2d 
Caldwell David, clerk of the circuit and district 

courts 180 Chesnut 
t Caldwell Dublin, labourer. Prospect alley 
Caldwell Elizabeth, widow, Brown n. Front 
Caldwell Elizabeth, washerwoman, 113 Shipper. 



CAL CAM 

Caldwell James, accoraptant 237 s. 4th 
Caldwell James, (blind man) 35 Strawberry 
t Caldwell James, labourer 161 Brown 
Caldwell John, ladies shoemaker 160 s. Front 
Caldwell Jonathan, printer Currant aHey 
Caldwell Martha, gentlewoman 85 Locust 
Cakkweli Noble, labourer 3d above George 

Caldwell P. boardinghouse 1 1 Strawberry 
t Caldwell Philip, waiter, 7 Prune 
t Caldwell Richard, mastersweep 84 Union 
Caldwell Samuel W- attorney at law 86 Locust 
Cakhvell Timothy, brick maker 214 Race 
\ Caldwell Thomas, sea captain 17 Christian" 
Caldwell Wm. taylor back 135 Plum 
Caldwell Wm. labourer Alban St. 
Caldwell William, mariner 60 Queen (S.) 
Calely Andrew, Pine n. 12th 
Call John, harnessmaker S3 Mary (S ) 
Call Wm. tanner 83 Vine 

Callaghan Charles, grain measurer 9 Wood 

(^see Calahan and Kallagan 
Callaghan John, carpenter 185 Callowhill 
Callaghan Mary, grocer 16 s 10th 
Callaghan Michael, dealer Mifflin's court 
Calaghan Michael, labourer 176 Shippen 
Callaghan Samuel, millstonemaker 30 Plum 
Callaiy Patrick, teacher Harmony St- 
Callan Patrick, teacher 24 Prune 
Callan Wm- labourer 50 Small 
Callender and Shipley, merchants 75 S- Wharves 
Callendcr Thomas, merchant 242 Spruce 
Calliole P. confectioner 18 N 6th 
Calverly widow of Edward, Farmer's row 
Calvert James, labourer 438 n 3d 
Calvert Nathanial, sea captain 35 German 
Calvert Thomas, 1 10 n 4th shopkeeper 
t Ciilvin Flora, pepperpot woman 1 1 Tammany 
Cr.mac Turner, gentleman 190 Chesnut 
Cambell David, cabinetmaker CaufFman*s court 
t Cambridge Sarah, widow 10th below Race 
Camberton Limus, shopkeeper 158 s Fiftii 
Cambridge T- P. m. d. 119 Callowhiil 



GAM CAM 

Cairleron Angus, joiner 19 Wood 
Cameron Eliza, mantua maker West's court 
Cameron Esther, widow Elmslie's alley 
Cameron James, goldenswan inn 69 north Third 
Cameron John, dep- keeper of prison 
Cameron John, smith n- 41 Locust 
Cameron John, shopkeeper 216 S 6th 
Camic Samuel, labourer sch. 7th near Cherry 

{see Q,amac 
Camm John, mariner 314 n Front 
Camm Wm. hatter 26 n 3d 
Camp David, labourer Rose alley n. jBrowne 
Camp Wiilian. labourer 1 1th n- Vine 
Campbell Alexander, shoemaker 83 Cedar 
Campbell Alexander, oysterman Queen n- 6th 
Campbell Anthony, groper 294 soutli Third 
Campbell Ann, washerwoman 88 Lombard 
Campbell Cornelius, oysterman 14 Cedar 
Campbell Cornelius, shoemaker Liberty alley 
Campbell David, cabinetmaker, Sec IT Chesnut 
Campbell Francis, nurse 13 Callowhill 
Campbell Felix, grocer 85 Plum 
Campbell George, blacksmith cor. J?road Ec Spruce 

5c Fetter Lane 
Campbell G. attorney at law 86 Mulberry cor. 4th 
Campbell George H. carpenter, Steward's court 
Cam.pbell widow of George, south-west corner of 

Fourth and Mulberry 
Campbell George, shoemaker 5 Lee's court 
Campbell widow of Hugh, grocer 46 Dock 
Campbell Isaac, clock Sc watchmaker 163 s. Front 
Campbell James, labourer V^inc n. sch. 8lh 
Campbell James, labourer 17 Hopkin's court 
Campbell James, shallopman 5 Pcwterplatter alley 
Campbell James, carpenter 125 s 1 Ith 
Campbell James, taylor o2ii north Front 
Campbell James, hacknian 204 s oi\ 
Campbell widow of James, plaisterer 395 Sassafras 
Campbell James, sea captain 19 Shippen 
Campbell James, tailor 24 Coombs alley 
Campbell Jane widow, 1 1 Powell 
Campbell James, uiarmtr Piuiuiiear 3d 



CAM CAN 

Campbell John D. merchant taylor 56 Arc!' 
Campbell widow of John, 171 south Third 
Campbell Joseph, bricklayer 254 Lombard 
Campbell M. boardinghouse 1 Little George 
Campbell Mrs. of Thomas, 245 s Front 
Campbell N. labourer 1 13 Plum 
Campbell Prudence, searntress Webb's alley 
Campbell Quinton, cashier of the Philadelphia 

bank south 4th next Philadelphia bank 
Campbell Richard, mate Frankford road n. Queen 
Campbell Rose widow, 1 2th n. Pine 
Campbell Sarah widow, Wood n. Qu^n 
Campbell Susan, 206 N. 2d 
Campbell Susan, layerout of the dear, 136 s 4th 
Campbell T. Taylor, 343 N Front 
Campbell William, labourer Spruce near sch. bih 
Campbell W"m. cabinetmaker 136 south 4th 
Campbell Wm. mariner 1 60 south Front 
Campbell Wm. shipwatch 70 Cedar 
Camrin John, tanner 18 Browne 
Canawa Charles, mariner 44 Coates 
Canby J. Sc C H. grocers, N. W. comer 4th and 

Walnut 
Canby Eli, merchant, 63 south Wharves h 87 Pine 
Canby Catharine, widow 119 Walnut 
Canby Samuel, JAin. merchant 56 s. Wharves and 

3 Lodge St. 
Cane Wm. carter James st. (See Cain 

Canly William, boarding house 170 north Water 
Caner Michael, coachmaker 201 south 7th 
Canfield P. printer, Randall's court 
Cann Stuart, oysterman 1 15 Coats' 
Cannon Charles, labourer, 27 s. 5th 
Cannon James, merchant, 64 s. Second 
Cannon James, rigger, 418 s. Second 
Cannon John 8c Patrick, carters Lombard n. Bvo^d 
Cannon Patrick, labourer, Elizabeth 
Cannon William, coachman, 24 Cypress alley 
Cannon John, 51 George (S) 
Canonge Benjamin, merchant, 127 High 
Canongc, Paul, 8c "po. merchants, 127 High 
Canter Jacob, cabinetmaker 2 1 N. 5th 
Cantrall Geo. labourer, Shackamaxon. 



CAN CAR 

Cantrenn Robert, plaisterer 166 south Sixth 
^Cany Charles, suspendermaker, 8cc. 67 north Second 
Capp Catharine, widow 96 north Sixth 
Car Mark, drayman Cedar above Tenth 
Carbon Daniel, woodsawyer back 36 Ann (N. L.) 
Carbough Daniel, 450 n. 2d and 38 Kunckel 
Cardeza J. M. 5 7 Union 

Care Jesse, saddletree maker, Friends' almshouse 
Care Peter, jun. merchant 152 south 2d 
Carels Samuel, carpenter 173 Cherry 
Carey — , farmer, Washington above Callowhill 
Carey Charles, lumbermerchant Vine n. Schuylkill 
Carey Charles, blacksmith 2d near Christian 
Carey Francis, painter, &c. near 2 1 5 south Fifth 
Carey John, cabinetmaker 62 High 
Carey Mathew, printer and bookseller 122 High 
Cary VVm. shoemaker 13 Wagner's alley 
Carharte Jno. shallopman 2 Vernon 
Carilson Wm. grocer 46 Plum 
Carl Joseph, watchman 139 Cherry 
Carles Samuel, carpenter 173 Cherry 
Carleton George, 135 Chesnut 
Carlile Abm. iron merchant 18 Race and 139 High 
Carlile David, labourer 34 Crown , leee Carlinle 
Carlin George, bricklayer 127 Locust 
Carlin Grace, widow 20 Artillery lane 
Carlin widow of Jno. labourer 257 south Seventh 
Carlin Mahlon, shoemaker 67 Budd 
Carlin Michael, trader 199 Sljippen 
Carling Catharine, 42 George (S.) 
Carlinton Ann, widow l5l north Second 
Carlisle David, labourer cor. 6th and Coats 
Carlisle Hudson, carter Quince alky 

Vjsec Carlile ^ Carlilf 
Carlisle John, boot and shoemc<ker 47 Pine 
Carlisle John, carpenter 4 1 6 south Second 
t Carlisle Samuel, woodsawyer Filbert n. Twelfth 
Carlisle Wm. trader Eleventh belovv Locust 
Carll Maskell M. teacher 229 Mulberry 
Carlley Joseph, carter 5^ Shippen 
Carlley Rebecca, midwife 56 Shippt-n 
('arlon Robert, shoemaker back 58 Elder 

F . 



CAR CAR 

Carlyle Alexander, gentleman 81 south Fifth 

Caiiyle John, cord wainer 34 Passyunk [see CarUsle 

Carlyle Wm. carpenter 21 1 Cherry 

Carnnack Mary, grocer 190 north Water 

Carmack Stephen, 106 Gaskill 

Carmahan Alexander, trunkraaker Jones' alley 

Carmalt Caleb, accomptant 99 High 

Carmalt Jonathan, shopkeeper 99 High 

Carmalt widow of Thomas S. taylor 27 Browne 

Carman Jacob, carpenter 1 32 south Fourth 

Carman James, grocer 2,3 High 

Carman Samuel, grocer 166 High 

Carman Wm. grocer 214 High 

Carmichael George, tobacconist 17 south Front 

Carmichael Robert, grocer 1 north Third 

Carn Anthony, labourer 65 Budd 

Carnaham Samuel, weaver friends' almshouse 

Carnea Madam, 125 Lombard 

Carnell Wm. coachmaker near first gate Germai)- 

town road 
Carnes John, mariner Christian near Second 
Carnes Mary, widow 4 1 1 south Front 
Carney Bernard, plaisterei* Cedar near 9th 
Carney Catharine, widow 42 George (S.) 
Carney Christopher, cordwainer 104 German 
Carney Patrick, boot and shoemaker 22 s. Third 
Cams Rachael, 153 south Sixth 
Cams Richard, carter 223 south Eighth 
Carothers Robert, potter Crown street 
Carothers Wm. printer Ninth near Vine arid 15 

Carter's alley 
Carpenter Isaac, cordwainer 208 s. 2d 
t Carpenter James Sc John, labourers sch. 4th near 
Spruce \_8ee Charpentier 

Carpenter John, taylor 278 south Second 
I Carpenter John, labourer Bonsall 
Carpenter and Martin, sailmakers 93 s. Wharves 
Carpenter Mary, washerwoman 6th near Coats 
Carpenter Mrs. board inghouse 38 Sansom 
Carpenter Samuel, sailmaker 22 Parham*s alley 
Carpenter widow of Samuel, back 206 south 2d 
Carpenter William, bool^inder 34 Coates' alley 
i^.arpenter Wm. hatter Dawson's court 



CAR CAR 

Carpenter Wm. calico printer 10 Stephens's court 
Carpentier Lewis D. merchant 208 Spruce 
Carpet Margaret, widow cor. Spruce and Juniper 
Carr Benjamin, professor of music 193 Spruce 

[sec Karr, Kerr, and Kehr 
Carr Edw. W. sawmaker and smith 158 Race and 

120 north Fifth 
Carr Elizabeth, widow 24 Elfreth's alley 
Carr Elizabeth, nurse 32 Sugar alley 
Carr Isaac, shoemaker 154 north Fifih 
Carr Jacob, victualler Laurence 
Carr Job, carpenter 59 Queen (S.) 
Carr John, accomptant 3 Hurst 
Carr John, carpenter cor. Cedar and Fifth 
Carr Joseph, grocer cor. Race and Tenth 
Carr Joseph, carter Say 
t Carr Levin, labourer 2 St. Mary 
Carr Mary, mantuamaker 1 17 n. Sixth 
Carr Mary, boardinghouse 32 Appletree alley 
Carr Miss Susan, 345 Race 
Carr Morgan, grocer 146 s. 3d cor. Cypress alley 
Carr Robert, brassfounder 31 Callowhill 
Carr Robert, cutler 9 German 
Carr Robert 8c Wm. printers 2 Hartung's alley 
Carr Samuel, weaver Lyndall's court 
Carr Thomas, leather breeches maker 5 Plum 
Carr Wm. printer Fromberger's court 
Carr Wm. bright engraver 2 Carter's alley, dwell- 
ing Germanlown road above first gate 
Carr Wm. blacksmith 2d below Federal 
Carr Wm. smith 22 Oak (S.) 
Carrell Daniel, gentleman 14 Filbert [«ee Carll 
Carrell Edward, merchant 62 south Sixth 
Carrell John, hardware merchant 107 High 
Carrell Joseph, carpenter Juniper above Race 
Carrell Mrs. of John, Kunckel near Callowhill 
Carry gan Jacob, carpenter 204 Cherry 
Carson George, cordwainer 102 Cedar 
Carson James, recorder of deeds, office east wing of 

the State-house, dwelling 127 Cedar 
Carson Jonathan, high constable 9 1 south Sixth 
Carson Joseph, merchant 94 south Eighth and 7& 
south Front 



CAR CAS 

Carson Miss, boardinghouse J5 1 High 

Carson Mrs. E. boardinghouse 47 north Third 

Carson Patrick, drayman back 78 south Frortt 

Carson Robert, cordwainer Prime below Second 

Carson Sarah, shopkeeper 5 1 Cherry 

Carson widow of Andrew, cor. 4th and Browne 

Carstairs Thos. carpenter Sc draughtsman 76 s. 8th 

Carsweli Samuel, alderman 24 south Front 

Carswell Samuel Sc Son, merchants 24 s. Front 

Carsweli Samuel, mariner back 29 Prime 

Cart Peter, labourer Germantown road near Rose 

Cart widow of Jacob, 46 Penn 

Carter Henry Yates, m. d. 252 Spruce 

Carter Henry, jun. grocer 235 Lombard [see Carty 

Carter Isabella, boardinghouse 413 south Front 

Carter Jehu, nailor488 north Second 

Carter John, shipwright Queen near ShackamaxoR 

Carter John, stablekeeper 3 Carlyle's court 

Carter Joseph, labourer 123 north Water 

Carter Joseph, sailmaker 1 Laetitia court 

Carter Joseph, stablekeeper 86 south Eleventh 

Carter Lydia, widow 22 North alley 

Carter Rebecca, widow 12 south Second 

Carter Samuel, porter in bank 133 north Sixth 

Carter S. & Co. chinamerchants 244 north Third 

Carter Sharon, china-store 248 north Third 

Carter Thomas, labourer 413 south Front 

Carter Wm. siikdyer 29 Callowhill 

Carteret Daniel, chairmaker, Shippen 

Carteret Eliz. widow, Shippen 

Carteret Jos. W. cabinet maker 399 s. Front 

Cartsher Cliarles, grocer 52 north Fourth 

Carty widow of Charles, grocer 368 s. Front 

Carty Josiah S. hatter 80 High and 10 Hinckel's 

court 
Caruthers Eliza, tavernkeeper corner Pine h IJth 
Carver Jacob, carver ^54 north Third 
Carver Jacob, watchmaker 73 Mulberry 
Carver James, professor of writing 66 n. 5th 
(Carver widow of Samuel, 98 Spruce 
Casdorp Eliza^ teacher 266 south Fior).t 



CAS CAT 

Casely Mary, widow, nurse, 1 3 Springett alley 
Casey Hannah, widow, Rose alley above Coats* 
Casey Michael, cordwainer 6 1 Green 
Cash Jacob, jun. tobacconist 10 north Front 
Cash Jacob 5t Son, tobacconists 3 Mulberry and 10 

north Front 
Cash Thomas, inspector of customs 46 Crown 
Cashier W. J. labourer 388 north Front 
Caskey Joseph, distiller 392 High n. 13th 
Casner Christopher, mariner 12 Callowhill 
Casner Jacob, labourer corner Eighth and Say 
Casner John, carpenter 105 Coats' 
Cassady Edward, drayman 236 Catharine 
Ca^an widow of Capt. Saml. 274 s. Front 
Cassedy Francis, mastmaker 3 i Beck*s alley 
Cassedy Jane, huckster Duncan's court 
Cassedy Mary, shoestore 453 south Front 
Cassedy Samuel, labourer 108 n. Eighth 
t Cassey Joseph, hairdresser 36 south Fourth 
Cassin Stephen, of U. S. navy 247 south Third 
Caster Elizabeth, Frankford road n. Queen 
Caster John, ropemaker Queen n. Frankford road 
Casting — , cook 240 south Second 
Castle Abraham> rigger 400 north Front 
Castledine Wm. coachlrimmer Madison court 
Castles James, grocer corner Third and Cedar 
Castles Joseph, grocer corner 5th and Lombard 
Castles Robert, gi*ocer 214 south Second 
Casiner Enoch, shoemaker 105 north Ninth 
Catharall Isaac, carpenter Wood above Garden 
Cathcart Robert, mariner 25 Parham's alley 
Cathcart Wm. boardinghouse near 22 German 
Catlicart widow of W. sea captain 7 Artillery Ian? 
Gather Martha, queensware store 358 n. Front 
Gathers John, shopkeeper 1 10 Cherry 
Catherwood and Ranken, grocers cor. 7th & Race 
Cdtherwood Robert, grocer corner 7th and Rsce 
Cathrall EdwarJ, boatbuilder 22 Artillery lane 
Cathrall Hannah, widow, 16 Elfreth's alky 
Cathrall Isaac, m. d. 121 Chesnut 
Caloi^ Jesse, mariner 125 north Water 
Catton Abijah, sexton 1 1 8 New 

F2 



CAT— -CHA 

Catton Mary, widow, 136 Spruce 
Cauffman Frederick, labourer Ce4ar n. sch. 4th 
CaufFman Henry, labourer 491 north Third 
Cauffman Laurence, chinamerchant 207 & 213 n. 

Third 
Cauffman Miss, 39 Sansom 
Cauffman Simon, storekeeper 100 Race 
Cauley John, tailor Prospect alley 
Caull Wm. baker 85 north Fifth 
Cauvin Nicholas, baker 49 Lombard 
Cavaroc Charles, 114 High 

Cave Thomas, sen. deputy Iceeper of the state Maga- 
zine, enquire at 241 Arch 
Cave Thomas, jun apothecary and druggist 241 
Mulberry, will serve the public at any hour in 
the night with medicine ; by ringing the bell 
at the front door, they will be immediately at- 
tended to. 
Cavenaugh Arthur, mariner Mifflin's court 
Cavenaugh Hugh, grocer and tavernkeeper south 

side of Almond street wharf 
Cavenaugh Michael, grocer corner 2d & Catharine 
Cavenaugh Patrick, labourer 216 north Sixth 
Cavender Curtis, storekeeper 160 north Third 
Cavender Jeremiah, victualler 32 Mary (S.) 
Cavett Jesse, printer 3 South alley 
Cay John, mariner 304 south Second 
t Cxsar Julius, woodsawyer 204 Coats* 
I Cxsar Luke, labourer 204 Coats 
Cecil Algernon, bell hanger, 5cc. 28 north Seventh 
Cecil Charles, bell hanger, See. Carlysle's court 
Cess Lewis, chairmaker 293 Arch 
Cliabert A. mariner 81 New 
Chafant Jacob, carpenter 254 Race 
Chamberlain Qarland, cordwainer 3 north 6th 
Chamberlain Nathaniel, bricklayeV 28 Mulberry 
Chamberlain and Thomson, cordwainers 3 n. 6th 
Chamberlain widow of Benjamin, 28 Mulberry 
Chamberlaine James G. merchant 7 Sansom 
Chamberlaine John, guagcr 125 north Sixth 
Chamberlaine Hannah, widow, Elmslie's alley 
Chamberlaine Richard, carpenter 35 Coates' alky 
Chambers Ezekiel, shipjoiner 23 Prime 



CHA— CHA 

Chambers Geo. innkeeper 1 6 north Third 
t Chambers H. waiter 206 Coals' 
Chambers Jas. mariner 314 north Second 
Chambers Mrs. widow, boarding house 75 n. 3d 
Chambers John, paperstainer 13th n. Vine 
Chambers Thomas, shopkeeper 509 north Third 
Champenois G. tailor and dealer 176 n. Third 
t Champin James, master sweep 12 Elizabeth 
Champion Benjamin, storekeeper 43 north 2d 
Champion Wm. inn and ferry keeper 45 n. Water 

and old ferry 
Chancellor, Brown and Hall, merchants 157 High 
Chancellor Grace, innkeeper (Lombardy Garden) 

corner High and Centre square 
Chancellor Wra. merchant 27 1 Chesnut and 1 57 

High 
Chandler A. boardinghouse 190 High 
Chandler David, mariner 5 Vernon 
Chandler John, 71 Union 
Chandler Thomas, m= d. 341 High" 
Chandler Wm. PyM. d. S. E. corner 4th Sc Walnut 
Chapel James, mate Fuller*s alley 
Chapin Nathan, grocer corner Cedar and Fifth 
Chapman Benjamin, publisher 120 Locust 
Chapman widow of G. R. ironmonger 42 Union 
Chapman John, sexion to Friends* meeting-house 

(in Mulberry-st.) 86 Mulberry corner 3d 
Chapman Lucas, turner i6l Pine 
Chapman Isathaniel, m. d. 206 Chesnut 
Chapman Wm. labourer Wright's alley 
Chapman Wm. salt and coal measurer 139 n. Front 
Chapman Wm. bricklayer cor. High & sch.6th 
Chard Benj. mariner Browne n. Front 
Chard George, 141 north Water 
Chardon A. paperhanging manufacturer 85 Chesnut 
Charles and Borbidge, carpenters, 8cc. 24 Branch 
Charles Geo- carpenter 24 Branch 
Charles Henry, copperplate primer 58 Ann (N. L.) 
t Charles Jacob, porter, back 505 norih Third 
t Charles John, hatlxlresser 335 north Front 
Charles Madame, widow, 24 Springet alley 
Charlton James, potter 537 and 526 n. Front 



CHA CHE 

Cbarpentter Daniel) confectioner 156 s. 4th and 58 
High " {see Carfienter 

Chase Charlotte, 239 Cedar 
Chase E. coachtrimmer 4th above Browne 
Chase John, combmaker 14 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Chase Paine, sea captain Maria street 
t Chase Robert, labourer Mary's alley 
t Chase Samuel, waiter 7th cor. Cedar 
Chastant J. B. merchant 149 north Third 
Chastant Zewis, merchant 149 north Third 
Chatficld Elizabeth^ 147 St. John 
Chatham John, shoemaker 1 Springett alley 
Chatten Abraham, labourer Brown near Vienna 
Chattin Chester, carpenter 1 1 Crown 
Chattin Hannah, mantuamaker 39 Mulberry 
Chaudron Simon, watchmaker, jeweller and silvers- 
smith 9 south Third 
Chauncey Charles, counsellor at law 48 Walnut 
Chauncey E. esq. 105 south Fourth street 
Chauncey Nathaniel,,attorney at law 46 Walnut 
Chavalier Nicholas, teacher 39 n. 7th [see Chevalier 
Chaveau Joseph, accomptant 26 Powell 
Chavolier Peter, 105 Spruce 
Chazotte P. S. teacher 13 b High 
Cheeks William, 334 south Second 
Cheesman David, bricklayer 1 60 Coats* 
Cheesman Godfrey, woodsawyer 260 St. John 
Cheesman Hannah, widow, 6 Stephens' court 
Cheesman Jacob, labourer, back 64 Catharine 
Cherry David, grocer Spruce above Tenth 
Cherry Margaret, grocer 142 Spruce 
Chesnut James, labourer Arch near sch. 3d 
Chesnut John, carter corner Hazel alley and Locust 
Chfesnut Samuel, stonecutter 13th below Walnut 
Chesnut Samuel Sc Wm. grocers 280 High 
Chesnut Wm distiller 187 Cht^rry 
Chessen George, coppersmith 226 south Third 
Chester Charles, mariner Broad n. Walnut 
Chester James, baker 39 north 8th 
Qheston Elijah, coachmaker 81 Pine 
Chevalier John, tinplate worker 1 16 High 
Chevalier Mary, widow 97 Callowhill 



CHE CHR v^ 

Chevalier Sumuel, carter York road near Poplar Ian© 

Chevas, Anihony, 168 north Third 

Chevers Mrs. boarding house corner Race and 7th 

Chew Mrs. widow of Benjamin, 1 10 south Third 

Chew Benjamin, counsellor at law 87 s. 4th 

Chew Jeffery, confectioner 262 south Fifth 

Chew Joseph, drayman 87 Budd 

Chew Joseph, shoemaker 262 south Fourth 

Chew Richard, drayman 510 north Front 

Chew William, bricklayer 310 s. 6th n. Fitzwalter 

Chicne Margaret, widow, 1 15 so^th Second 

Chierdel Pdul, tailor 36 Strawberry 

Chilcot Mary, widow, back 126 n. Fifth 

Child Henry, ironmonger 452 north Second 

Child John, clock and watchmaker 452 n. 2d and 53 

Browne 
Child Margaret, tulress 101 Christian 
Childs James, taylor 58 New Market 
Childs John, printer Townsend's court 
Childs John, carpenter Hamilton Village 
Childs Thomas, sea captain 268 south Sixth 
Chivins William, cooper 1 1 York court 
Chrisher Mary, basket maker Moyamensing road 
Christian Anthony, mariner 24 Cox*s alley 
Christian Daniel, shallopman 254 south Fifth 

Isee Chriatinc 
Christian Peter, head flour inspector 179 n. Front 
Christian Thomas, ironmonger 48 High above 2d 
Christie Sloan, storekeeper Hamilton Village 
Christie widow of James, 125 Browne [«<re Christy 
Christie Wm. jun. grfx:er corner 3d 8c Lombard 
Christie William, translator and corrector of the 

press 8 Knight's court 
Christine Geo. drayman Old York above Poplar 

Isee Christian 
Christman Henry, shoemaker 1 16 Sassafras 
t Christmas Samuel, carpenter 189 south 6th 
Christopher Michael, team driver, Poplar n. 4th 
Christy D. labourer 124 German [^aee Chriatit 

Christy Catharine, nurse 25 Union 
Christy Hugh, grocer 2 & 3 n» Water 5c 80 n. Front 
Christy Jonathan, rigger Rose alley above Coats* 



CHR-— CLA 

Christy i?obert, boot and shoemaker 4 1 s. Fronl 
Chrumel Philip, victualler 4th above Browne 
Chrystal Miss, milliner 2 14 Walnut 
Chrystler Jacob, 3 north Third 
Chur Jacob, baker 85 vSassafras 
Church Isaac, carpenter 6th n. Coats' 
Church Mary, widow of Jeremiah, 10 Margaretta 
Church Mary, widow, 1 48 south Seventh 
Churchman Owen, flour merchant 45 Filbert 
Churchman and Smith, flour merchants 455 High 
Cimmer Matis, milkman cor. Buitonwood 8c Charles 
Cist Mrs. south-west corner Tenth and High 
Claghorn John W. 13 south Second 
Clampffer Mary, widow 2 1 Elfreth's alley 
Claphanson Johtn, gentleman Old York road above 

mill pond 
Clapier Lewis, merchant 6 Lombard 8c 216s. Front 
Clare Chs. carter corner Hudson's lane & Seventh 
Claridge Philip I. grocer 76 north Sixth 
Clark A. shoemaker Moyamensing below Christl^D 
Clark Adam, drayman Shippen n. 7th 
Clark , merchant 72 Tammany 

Clark Amey, tailoress 59 north Fourth 
Clark Ann, widow. Cherry near Broad 
Clark Bathsheba, quilter Friends* Alms house 
Clark Benjamin, watchmaker I s. Front & 137 Raec 
Clark Benjamin & Ellis, clock and watchmakers I 

s. Front S. E. cor. High 
f Clark Benjamin, woodsawyer Shippen near 7tk 
Clark Calvin, printer 148 Locust 
Clark Catharine, gentlewoman 42 north Fourth 
Clark and Coffee, smiths and machinemakers 42 

Spruce and cor. ridge road and Vine 
Clark Daniel, dep. turnkey 7 Springett alley 
Clark E. labourer back 104 Filbert 
Clark Elisha, storekeeper 17 Branch 
Clark Ellis, watchmaker 1 south Front 
Clark Ephraim, late watchmaker 3 south Ninth 
Clark Freeman, mate 105 Catharine 
Clark Henry, silversmith 2 Lsetitia court 
Clark Hannah, gentlewoman 38 north Fifth 
Clark Hugh, teacher Queen near Sixth 



CLA— CLA 

eiavk I. superintendant of lace and fringe weavers 

Globe factory Germantown road 
Clark Israel, potter 38 Bread 
Clark Jacob, merchant 55 north Water 
Clark James, mariner Moj'amensing near Prime 
Clark James, carpenter Nicholson's court *. 

Clark James S. innkeeper 123 Cedar 
Clark Jane, bonnetmaker 4 Strawberry 
Clark Jeremiah, cordwainer 431 south Second 
Clark John, sea captain 47 I south Second 
Clark John, plumber 1 1 Cresson's alley 
Clark John, grocer 3 1 Prime 
Clark John, labourer 137 Swanson 
Clark John, turner Elmslie's alley , 
Clark John, mate 97 Queen (S.) 
Clark John L. merchant 32 north Fifth 
Clark John, shoemaker 4lh above Tammany 
Clark Joseph, storekeeper 12 n©rth Fifth 
Clark Joseph, merchant 3 south Water and 91 n. 

Second 
Clark and Kempton, merchants 53 north Water 
Clark Mary, mantuamaker 250 north Second 
Clar-k Mary, tayloress Nonnater's court 
Clark Mary, widow 41 Duke (N. L.) 
Clark Mrs. of James, labourer 465 south Front 
Clark Mrs. of John, 97 Queen (S.) 
Clark Michael, shoestore 124 High 
Clark Morris, shoemaker back 260 north &th 
Clark Noah, cabinetmaker 11 York court 
Clark Robert, stablekeeper 39 north Second 
Clark Robert, labourer 50 Almond 
Clark Robert, grocer corner Swanson and Almond 
Clark Robert, tanner 268 St. John 
Clark R. S. broker and commission merchant 87 

south Sixth 
Clark SamHel, sea captain 14 Coombs* allty 
t Clark Solomon, labourer St. Joseph's avenue 
Clark Stephen, cordwainer 98 north Eleventh 
Clark Thomas, blacksmith 3 Laurel (C.) 
Clark Timothy, taylor Lolar's court 
Clark Timothy, }un. taylor 339 north Front 
Clark Wm. grocer cor. Frankford road and Queen 



CLA CLA 

Clark Wm. mariner 1 8 Duke (N. L.) 

Clarke Clement, boarding house 105 High, turpen^ 

pentine and rosin factory 465 n. Front 
Clarke E. teacher 22 Cherry and 92 north Seventh 
Clarke and Hutchinson, watchmakers, &c. corner 

Almond and Front 
Clarke Jesse, watchmaker, &c. 227 south Second 
Clarke Samuel, merchant 227 south.Front 
Clarkson Jacob, merchant 1 30 south Eighth 
Clarkson Mrs. widow Sassafras n. sch. 8th 
t Clarkson Quomony, teacher 167 Pine 
Clarkson Samuel, merchant 94 Union and 226 Pine 
t Clarkson Tobias, labourer 46 Small 
Clastrie Madame, grocer 18 Lombard 
Claudius Augustus, merchant 21 Dock, dwelling 

N.W. cor. Ninth and Chesnut 
Claver Christian, mate 7 Callowhill 
Clavier Mrs. mantuamaker 140 south Fifth 
Clawges Daniel, painter 186 Vine 
Clawges Charles S. cordwainer 52 north Fifth 
Clawges J. sen. measurer of painter's work 52 n. 5tb 
^Clawges Jacob, painter, &c. 188 Vine 
Clawges John, jun. teacher 86 north Eleventh 
Clawges Thomas, wheelwright Nonnater's court 
Clawson Edward, mariner Farmer's row [see Closaon 
Claxton John, merchant 60 n. Front & i9 Mulberry 
Clay Alexander, currier and stablekeeper Harmo- 
ny street 
Clay Ann, widow, mantuamaker York st. 
Clay Curtis, merchant 6 north Ninth 
Clay George, accomptant 6 north Seventh 
Clay Jane, widow 188 Cedar 
Clay widow of Robert, 173 Walnut 
Claypoole Abraham G. 203 south Fifth 
Claypoole David C. 222 Spruce 
Claypoole John, uphelsttrer 70 south Front 
Claypoole J. dep. keep of prison 183^ Coats 
Claypoole T. 39 Pine 
Claystine B. sugarboiler 162 Vine 
•f Clayton Aaron, labourer buck 100 n. Eleventh * 
Clayton C coackmaker cor. 7ih and Mulberry 
Clayton David, carpenter Lily alley 



CLA CLI 

Clayton Joseph, yeoman 205 Callovvhill 

t Clayton Lydia, washerwoman Middle alley 

Clayton Mary, washerwoman 58 Small 

Clayton Mary, seamstress 3 1 Coatcs' alley 

Clayton Samuel, cordwainer 4th below Christian 

Clayton Tbomas, hatter 126 south Front 

Clayton William, carpenter Germantown road near 

Budd 
Cleavenger Squire, tailor 6 n. Water & 48 Race 
Cleaver Isaac, m. d. 286 n. Second [see C/iver 
Cleaver Jesse, late lumber merchant 286 n. 2d 
Cleaver Mary, milkwoman 215 north Eiglith 
Clemens Jacob, late justice 473 north Second 
Clemens Joseph_, perfumer and chemist Broad above 

Callowhill 
Clemens Madame, Elizabeth street 
Clement Hannah, widow 50 Mulberry 
Clement Jacob, merchant 1 1 n. Water Sc 152 Front 
Clement Jacob B. meixhani 375 High cor. 10th 
t Clement James, taylor 143 Lombard 
Clement Jos. T. gentleman 309 Race below 9th 
Clement Mrs. Ann, widow 90 south Third 
Clement Moses, carpenter Stewart's court 
Clemmons Moses, carpenter, back 14 Cherry 
Clemmons widow of John, Spruce n. sch. 4ilj 
Clemson James, flour merchant 302 High 
Clemson Thomas, flour merchant 268 High and 

corner Filbert and Ninth 
Cleveland John J. hardware merchant 6i1i 2d door 

above Chesnut 
Clew Peter, brickmaker Vine n. Broad 
Clew Wm. la(!iieb* shoemaker 282 Mulberry 
Clibborn Joshua, merchant 15 Prune 
Cli-flTord David, mariner 351 south Second 
Clifford Mrs. nurse 41 1 south Front 
Clifford Thomas, merchant 232 Walnut 
Clifford Thomas and Jolin, merchants 29 n. Water 
CUTton Barnabas, tailor 1 8 north Water 
Clifion Sarah, widow, 64 Almond 
Cline Abra. grocer 90 north 7th cor. Cherry 
Cline Adam, labourer Irish hine near C'tdar , 

Cline Elizabeth, nurse 4th ulwvc Brcwn*:' 
G 



CLI CLO 

Cline George, brickmaker 492 north Third 

Cline George, shoemaker 503 north Third 

CHne George, taylor 32 north Sixth [_see Kline 

Cline Henry, jun. tailor 53 n. 8th & Woglom's court 

Cline Henry, tailor 52 n. Eighth 

Cline Jacob, drayman Steinmetz's court 

Cline John, printer 12th near Pine 

Cline John, drayman Bedford (M.) 

Cline John, brickmaker 4th near George 

Cline widow of Joseph, cooper 354 n. Front _ 

Cline Mrs. widow, 68 north Sixth 

Cline Vakntine, 226 south Third 

Cline widow, segarmaker Juniper above Race 

Cline Wm. labourer Shackamaxon 

Cling George, sea captain 1 1 Summer's court 

Cling Mrs. widow, 208 High 

Clinman George, carpet weaver 313 north Third 

t Clinsher Adam, porter Cordwainer*s alley 

Clinton Mrs. Eliz. shopkeeper 5 south Fourth 

Clinton Francis, labourer Juniper alley 

Clinton Robert, accomptant 141 Spruce 

Clinton William, boatbuilder Penn near Maiden 

Cliver Stacy, tailor 286 Swanson \see Cleaver 

Clocker William, mariner 46 Penn 

Cloer John, cabinet maker 164 s. 5th 8c 270 s. 2d 

Clopp John, smith 92 ISIew and 174 north Fourth 

Clopp John, jun coach wheelwright 270 north M 

Clopper Sarah, boarding house 220 Spruce 

Close Henry, grocer 206 Cedar 

Closson Sarah, bonnet maker 26 Mulberry 

'ysee Clawson 
Closson Wm. tavernkeeper 208 n. V/ater and 211 

Front 
Clothier Barbara, tavernkeeper 375 north Front 
Clothier Margaret, nurse 5 Cresson's-alley 
Clothier Samuel, mastmaker Bedford 
Cloud Joseph, refiner in the mint 276 Mulberry 
Clouden Jacob, labourer Shackamaxon 
Clouden John, ropemaker Shackamaxon 
Clouser Matthew, ship-watchman 1 5 Wood (N. L.) 
Clcuser Thias, labourer Starr alley 
Clout Jacob, blacksmith Frankford road n. Queen 



CLO COC 

V 

f Clover Prim, blacksmith Quince alley 

Cluley John, vvirefender and cagemaker 17 s. 4th 

Clunn Charles, cabinet maker 62 High 

Clun John, shipwright Shackamaxon 

Clyde Sc Baxter, grocers N. \V. cor. 9ih and Race 

Clyde Joseph, labourer George above Eleventh 

Clyde Thomas, grocer cor. Ninth and Race 

Clymer Archibald, taylor I 15 Ciennan 

Clymer George, president of the Philadelphia bank 

355 High 
Clymer George, patent printing-press manufacturer, 
Wood between 8th and Garden, dwelling 
Hickory above Sixth 
Clymer George, jun. cordwainer 195 Callowhill 
Clymer Jacob, carpenter 75 Crown 
t Coaley Amos, shoemaker Middle alley n. 7th 
Coarse Matthias, mariner 40 Vine [see Connc 
Coates Caleb, innkeeper cor. High and Juniper 
Coates George M. hardware merchant 49 High 
Coates James, gunsmith back 47 Tammany 
Coates John, sailmaker 375 south Front 
t Coates John, pepperpot hotel 4lh near Browne 
Coates Josiah, druggist^ &c. 4 north Second 
Coates Samuel, jun. merchant 366 High 
Coates Samuel, merchant 82 south Front 
Coats Isaac, shipwrigiu Beach near H.inovcr 
Coats John, shipwright 158 Swanson 
Coats John, jun. shipwright 25 Mary (S.) 
Coats Matthias, grocer 66 Swanson 
Coats and Richards, grocers and tavernkeepers 

Almond st. wharf 
Coats Thomas, jun scrivener, Kunckel near Tam- 
many and 329 north Third 
Coats widow of Josiah L. 60 north Third 
Coats widow of \Villiam, esq. 382 north Front 
Cobb Ebenezer, victuaUer 125 Budd 
Cobb Joseph, taylor cor. St. John and Wood st. 
Cobb Thomas, carpenter Fourth above Browne 
Cobb Wm. carpenter Acorn alley 
Cobb Wm. carpenter Brusstar's court 
Coburn Ann, shopkeeper 41 Locust 
Cochran Charles, bottler 78 north Water 



COC COL 

Cochran Hugh, drayman Shippen above Seventh 

Cochran John, tobacconist 45 Fitzwaker [seeCorkiin 

Cochran John, baker 364 High 

Cochran John, shallopman back 1 15 Christian 

Cochran \vidowof Robert, printer 108 Sassafras 

Cochran Pvobert, carpenter 7, German 

Cochren Mrs. tutress S3 north Fifth 

Cochren Robert, gunsmith 460 north Third 

Cock Catharine, seamstress 135 Plum 

Cody widow of James, carpenter 152 north Fifth 

Coe Richard, merchant, store 8 south Second 

Coe Robert, merchant 4 south Second 

Coffee George F. nailor 331 south Second 

Coffee Jonathan,, blacksmith 301 Vine & cor. 9th 

Coffie Jam<iS, labourer Shackamaxon 

Coffie J. W.' painter, &c. 61 Dock 

Coffin Albert, sea captain, M'Cullough*s court 

Coffin and Mott, merchants 48 Dock 

Coffin Thomas, merchant 48 Dock, dwelling 28 

Union 
-h Coffin widow, washerwoman Bonsall street 
T Cnggar Edward, blacksmith Merritt*s lane n. 6th 
Coggins Isaac, sea captain 91 Budd 
Cogill Samuel H. teacher, Washington court and 64 

Lombard 
CoMe Christopher, carter 15 Ktmckel 
Cohee Ann, widow Huddell's alley 
Cohen A. Myers, merchant 204 Chesnut 
Cohen A. H. storekeeper 13 north Front 
Cohen A. B. storekeener 371 north Second 
Cohen E. merchant 8e Race 
Cohen Isaac, labourer Fuller's alley 
Cohen widow of rev. Jacob, of the Jev/s* synagogue 

1 Cherry 
Cohen Jacob I. merchant 155 Mulberry 
Cohdl Richard, constable back 123 Arch 
Coit Gabriel, cordwainer 264 south Fourth 
Coit Richard, shoemaker 7 Sm'all 
Coker Susan, teacher 87 Christian 
Cokuen John, mariner 76 Penn 
Cole Andrew, mariner 203 south Front 
Cole Elias, carpenter 343 Callowhill 



COL COL 

Cole Isaac P. taylor back 336 north Second 

Cole James H. merchant 32 north Third 

t Cole James, shopkeeper 325 s. Front 

t Cole James, labourer Vine near Juniper 

t Cole John, labourer Pine near Twelfth 

Cole John, shoemakei^204 Lombard 

Cole John L grocer 198 north Second 

t Cole Joseph, barber, 303 north Third 

Cole Mary, widow 215 Callowhill 

Cole Mrs. widow, 73 Queen (S.) 

Cole Sarah, widow Moyamensing below Christian 

Cole Thomas, bootmaker, &c. High n. Permanent 

Bridge 
Cole T. teacher back 15 Sterling alley 
Cole William, taiior 126 New 
Cole William, carpenter 146 north Eighth 
t Cole William, woodsawyer 1 1th above Filbert 
Coles Benjamin, teacher, back 14 Sterling alley 
Coles Wm. carpenter 152 north Eighth 
Coles William, coachsmith lOih^below High 
Coleman Adam, shoemaker back 293 Vine 
Coleman Ann, widow, 209 south Seventh 
Colenran Catharine, milliner 119 north Third 
Coleman Charles, tanner 54 New Market street 
t Coleman. Isaac, oysterman 240 Lombard 
Coleman Jacob, carpenter 65 Coats 
Coleman John, brewer 107 New 
Coleman Jonathan, shoemaker 12ih n. Vine 
Coleman Lydia, widow, 29 North alley 
Coleman Mrs. widow 419 north Second 
Coleman N. tavernkeeper cor. I2ih 8c Sassafras 
Coleman Philip, skinner and glue factor 22 Noble 
Coleman widow of Charles, 120 Swanson 
Coleman widow, nurse 20 Sassafras 
Coleman William, labourer 12 Pear 
t Coleman William, teacher 214 Shippen 
Colerick widow of Arthur, printer (Printers* Hotel) 

83 south Fifth 
Coleston Cuiharine, widow, St. Mary n. 8ih 
Colewater James, tobacconist cor. 5th &c Buttonwood 
Colewaier Philip, watchman 21 Buttonwood 
Colhoun David, shipcarpenter Federal above 2d 

G2 



. COL COL 

Colhoun Elizabeth, 57 Green 

Colhoon G. 8c A. merchants 37 north Water 

Colhoun Samuel) m. d. 59 s. Seventh 

Colhoun William, blacksmith Pearson's court 

Colladay Jacob, carpenter 8th above^Race 

Colladay Joseph, stone cutter cor. 8th & Sassafras 

Colladay Sc Leannard, stone cutters cor. 8th & Race 

Collar ^lary, dealer 3 Pine 

Collar M. fisherman corner Queen and Cherry 

Collar Wm. fisherman Brusstar's court 

Collard Mary, widow, 56 New Market 

Colley John, ropemaker. Federal above Second 

Colley Samuel, grocer corner Race and Front 

t Collick Ann, shopkeeper 194 south Sixth 

Collier G. mariner, back 1 5 Charlotte 

Collin Nicholas, d. d. rector of the Swedish church 

208 Swanson, by the church [see Cuiii?i 

Colling James, shoemaker ISj'assyunkroad 
ColUngwood Sarah, widow, Britton's alley 
Collins Benjamin, painter, &c. 120 Chesnut and 330 

High 
Collins Charles, taylor 137 Chesnut 
Collins Elizabeth, huckster 13 Kunckel 
Collins Frederick, mariner 287 south Third 
Collins George, cooper back 1 6 Pewterplater alley 
t Collins Henry, woodsawyer, back 100 n. 1 1th 
Collins John, dealer Gray's ferry road 
Collins Jos. E. accomptant Mechanic street 
Collins Joseph E. smith 115 north Second 
Collins widow of Joseph, 182 n. Second 
Collins Joshua, 78 south Eleventh 
Collins Mary, widow. Chancery lane 
Collins Margaret, widow. Prime near Front 
Collins Moses, grocer 5 Mulberry 
Collins Peter, grocer and tavern 1 62 north Third 
Collins Sarah, widow, 23 Charlotte 
Collins widow of Timothy, grocer 75 south Fifth 
Collins T. Biddle's alley 
Collins Thomas, oysterman, back 12 Christian 
Collins Zacheus, merchant 29 north Second 
Collinson George, mate 63 Penn 
CoUom Jonathan, teacher 1 30 Coats* 



COL CON 

CoUom Seth, bricklayer 6th above Poplar 
Collord John, bricklayer corner Callowhill and 5th 
Colsher David, shingledresser, corner 4th and Cal- 
lowhill 
Colwell Chew, confectioner 233 north Second 
Col well George, grocer 6 Little Water [see Caldwell 
Colyer John, mariner 363 north Second 
Combes J. druggist 160 south Fourth 
Combes Matthew, sea captain 44 Qu^^en (S.) 
Combes Sarah, shopkeeper 84 Cedar 
Combs George, carpenter back 77 Christian 

[see Coombs 
Comfort Stephen, jun. merchant 13 south Second 
Comly and Allen, merchants 63 north Front 
Comly Benjamin, jun. smith 22 Browne 
Comly Benjamin, shallopman 22 Browne 
Comly Charles, merchant 208 north Front 
Comly David, carpenter 1 1 2 Vine, shop Noble near 

Fourth 
Comly Ezra, storekeeper 244 north Second 
Comly E. storekeeper 126 n, 2d & 5 Pfeiffer's alley 
Comly James, merchant taylor 17 south Third 
Comly Joshua, carpenter 29 Callowhill 
Comly Mrs. of Pearson, labourer 64 Budd 
Comly Samuel^ merchant 95 High 
Comly and Wright, merchants 95 High 
Commerlow Ursula, bandbox maker 67 Coats 
Compton Joseph, merchant taylor 24 Chesnut 
Conard Jonathan, lumber merchant 309 n. Third 
Conard and West, lumber merchants cor. Noble 8c 

Fourth 
Conarroc and Scott, timber merchants and wharf 

builders, Beach near High bridge (K.) 
Conarroe Thomas, whai f-buiider 32 Callowhill 
Conchy James, storekeeper 296 south Front 
Conde Charles, perfumer 89 north Third 
Conden Wm. tavernkeeper 5 Greenleaf court 
Condie Thomas, bookbinder 22 Caner*s alley 
Condie Thomas, jun. editor of the Juvenile Port 

Folio, 22 Carter's alley 
Condon Wm. blacksmith, shop Penn, dwelling 
Beach near Maiden (K.) 



CON CON 

Condon Wm. jun. soap and candle manufactory 49 1 

n. Second and 127 Budd 
t Condy Cato, gardener Hudson's lane 
Condy J. W. counsellor at law 106 Walnut 
Condy and Raguet, merchants Bickley's wharf 
Cone Alice, gentlewoman 166 Spruce 
Coney George, shaliopman Frankford R. n. Queen 
Coney James, ropemaker Merritt*s lane n. Fifth 
Conger Joel, carpenter 358 north Third 
Conger Wm. shoemaker Poplar above Front 
Conkle Elizabeth, 78 Race 

Conkle Henry, taylor 48 n. Seventh [«ee Kunckel 
Conn James, mariner 20 Cedar 
Conn Micajah, carpenter 147 Locust 
Connell Robert, printcutter Juniper near Vine 
Connelly Henry, cabinetmaker 72 & 74 s. Fourth 
Connelly John, commission merchant 56 s. Front, 

and 280 Chesnut 
Connelly Joseph, painter, &c. HI Catharine 
Connelly J. blacksmith 282 and 264 south Third 
Connelly Patrick, labourer 12 German 
Connelly Patrick 186 south Fourth 
Connelly Thomas, blacksmith 25 Gilles' alley 
Conner Samuel, l?.bourer Shackamaxon 
Connery John, cabinetmaker 3 Marshall's alley 
Connery Sarahj washerwoman 3 Pewterplatter alley 
Connie Peter, wine cooper 427 south Front 
Connor Bernard, drayman Cedar above Ninth 
Connor Bridget, tavernkeeper 284 south Front 
Connor Charlotte, boardinghouse 48 Penn 
Connor Dan. drayman Federal above Second 
t Connor James, waiter Jones' alley 
Connor and Lawrence, coopers 28 Swanson 
Connor Patrick, carter George above Eleventh 
Connor Patrick, carpenter back 6 Elizabeth street 
Connor Patrick, 79 German 
Connor Peter, mariner Midlen's alley 
Connor Thomas, cooper 28 Swanson 
Connor Thos. smith Hurtung*s alley & Fetter lane 
Connor Timothy, carpenter back 94 north 1 lih 
Connoway Niel, grocer 2 Barron 8c 162 s. Wharves 
Conover Jacob, bricklayer 4th near Tammany 
Conofer Josi shoemaker Prime (Wharton's build.) 



CON COO 

Cunovtr M. oysterman 173 St. John 
Conover Samuel L. m. d. HI south Fifth 

Conrad , labourer Loxley'^ court 

Conrad Cornelius, bookbinder SO Chcsnut 

Conrad Elijah, storekeeper cor. High and Front 

Conrad Isaiah, plaisterer 1 18 Coats » 

Conrad John, drayman Hains' alley [see Coimard 

Conrad John, bookseller 30 Chesnut 

Conrad John, blacksmith 1 1 and 22 Pewterplalter 

alley 
Conrad John, 2 1 Crown 
Conrad Matthew, shoewarehouse 60 High 
Conrad Peter, brushmaker 161 High and 124 n. 3d 
Conrad Solomon W. printer and bookseller 93 High 

dwelling 5 Church alley 
Conrade Joseph, bricklayer 293 south Third 
Conrod Wm. tavernkeeper Buttonwoodn. Sixth 
Conroy Wm. soapboiler Rachael street 
Conry Thos. labourer Thirteenth above Race 
Conser George, ropemaker Shackamaxon 
Constantine Peter, 124 north Fifth 
Convery Henry, grocer 50 Spruce 
Conway Bernard, storekeeper 14 s. Second and 9 

FVanklin Court 
Conway and Bu?ke, stprekeepers 14 s. Second 
t Conway Jacob, porter Spruce above Eighth 
Conwell Gerard, taylor 206 south Water 
-Conyer Peter, shipjoiner Shackamaxon 
Conyer Wm. shipjoiner Shackamaxon 
Conyers Hannah, huckster iO Wagner's alley 
Conyers John, late cordwainer 16 Carter's alley 
Conyers Walter, bootmaker 40 south Third and 16 

Carter's alley 
Conyngham Gustavus, sea captain 8 1 Lembard 

[see Cu^kingham 
Cooch Francis L. merchant 179 south Front 
Cook Alexander;, letter carrier 2 Chancery lane 
Cook A. & S. grocers 76 south Third 
Cook' Alex, soap and candle manuf. 136 8c 140n.4th 
Cook Benjamin, drayman 7 Stephens* court 
Cook Charles, taylor 126 north Fifth 
Cook p, baker 378 north Second 



coo — coo 

Cook David, shoemaker 35 1 south Second 
Cook EHzabeth, teacher 52 Almond 
Cook Elias, carpenter Arch near sch. Second 
Cook Elizabeth, nurse 12 Hinckers court 
Cook George, bricklayer 1 20 Coats 
Cook George H. grocer, &c. 24 Carter's alley- 
Cook George^ taylor 127 and 149 n. 2d 
Cook Hannah, teacher 40 George (S.) 
Cook Henry, carpenter 79 Vine 
Cook James, brushmaker 307 High 
Cook John, china merchant 3 1 i north Second 
Cook John, morocco dresser 130 Walnut 
Cook John, cordwainer Kunckel above Noble ami 

back 14 Cherry 
Cook John, liquor store High near sch. 8th 
Cook John, merchant 9 north Eleventh 
Cook John, teacher 2 1 Prune 
Cook Jonathan, labourer 8 Oak (S.) 
Cook Mary, widow 1 9 Appletree alley 
Cook Peter, labourer 25 Cresson's alley 
Cook Philip, cordwainer 351 south Second 
Cook Robert B. wheelwright 210 south Fifth 
Cook S. widow sch. Eighth nearCherry 
Cook Wm whipmaker 91 Crown 
Cook Wm. bricklayer Poplar near Fourth 
Cooke and Cresson, merchants 133 High 
Cooke John, merchant 133 High 
Cooke Mrs. mantuamaker 22 Swanson 
Cooker Christian, gardener Greenwich street 
Cooker Jacob, gardener Prime above Eighth 
Cooker Mrs. of Martin, washerwoman Greenwich 
Coombs David, teacher-33 German {see Comba 
Coombs John, carpenter 99 Budd 
Coombs Peter, tavernkeeper cor. Penn and Cedar 
Coomes 4.o^1j carter Wright's alley 
t Cooper A. hairdresser 74 Walnut 
Cooper Adam, carpenter Wood above 8th 
Cooper widowof Balfour, cor. German and Fifth 
Cooper Benjamin, tailor 41 Chesnut and 26 Arch 
Cooper Britain, accomptant 171 Mulberry 
Cooper Charles, victualler 413 south Front 
Cooper Christiana, storekeeper 56 north Second 



coo COP 

Toopcr Conrad, shoemaker 256 north Front 

Cooper Deborah, widow 186 south Front 

Cooper Elizabeth, widow 3d above George 

Cooper Francis, tobacconist 13 Budd 

Cooper Hugh, grocer 50 n. Third and 44 north 5lh 

Cooper Henry, printer 378 north Third 

Cooper Jacob, storekeeper 205 north Third 

Cooper James, carpenter 147 St. John 

t Cooper James, oysterman 19 north 5th 

Cooper James, cooper 258 south Third 

Cooper James, merchant 2 1 Sassafras 

Cooper James, gentleman 194 north Front 

Cooper Jane, widow of John, 137 Pine 

Cooper John, printer 137 Pine [-^ee Cou/iai- 

Cooper Joseph and Collin, merchants 35 n. Front 

Cooper Joseph, merchant 39 Vine, 35 n. Front 

Cooper Mary, widow, 43 Mulberry 

Cooper Michael, constable corner Buck R. and Long 

lane 
Cooper Robert, oak cooper 52 Plum 
t Cooper Sarah, washerwoman near 77 German* 
Cooper Thomas, carpenter Kunckel n. Green 
Cooper Thomas, mastmaker 416ii. Front 
Cooper Thomas, hardware store 33 High 
Cooper Wm. shipwright Marlborough above Bedford 
Cooper Wm. soapboiler 75 south Front 
Cooper Wm. PI. millwright 469 norih Second 
Cooper Wm. sea captain 384 south Front 
Cope Charles, victualler Johns 
Cope Godfrey G. victualler cor. 4th and Tammany 
Cope Israel S?: Jasper, merchants 165 High 
Cope Israel, merchant 186 Mulberry 
Cope Jasper, merchant 166 Mulberry 
^'ope John, farmer near Blue Ball, Passyunk R. 
Cope widow, milkwoman Swede's alley 
Cope Thomas P. merchant. Walnut street wharf, 

dwelling 36 north Fourth 
Cope Wm. shipwright 282 south Fourth 
Copeland Amelia, widow, 524 south Front 
Copeland Jacob, shipjoiner 324 south Front 
Copeland Wm. seacantaih 10 Coombs ;illey 

Isce Coivfilayid 



COP COR 

Copia Jacobj coachtrimmer 183 Pine 

Copper James C. merchants Little George '■ 

Coppuck John, tailor Maplci street 

Corbet John, mariner 7 Callowhill 

Corbit Danl. 8c JohnL. carpenters 17 Wood (N. L.) 

Corbit Israel, carpenter 347 north Front 

Corficld Adam, taylor 64 Vine 

Corfield Edward D. justioe of the peace 234 n. Front 

Corfield Jesse, morocco manufacturer 1 14 Walnut 

Corgae Thomas, shipsmith 420 south Front 

Corgae Thomas, sea captain 71 Christian 

Corgie George, pilot 16 Catherine 

t Cork Isaac, labourer 234 Lombard 

Cork John, carpenter Juniper lane 

C*krin Jas. carpenter 207 8c 209 s. Fourth 

\see Cochr'ipi 
Corlet widow of John, shipwright Shackamaxon 
Corlett Catharine, boardinghouse 8 1 Swanson 
Cormick David, mate 29 German 
Corn Larry, carter 3 Maria 
Corfieau John, carpenter Watson's alley 
Cornelius Anne, widow, nurse 2G7 south Fifth 
Cornelius Christian, silverplater, back 40 n. 4th 
Cornelius Wm. fisherman corner Queen & Bishop 
Cornell M. mantuamaker 73 New 
Cornet Charles, gunsmith 93 south Water 
Cornish James, storekeeper 73 Cedar 
t Cornish Tilman, woodsawyer Merritt's Jane 
Cornman Adam, sugarbaker 203 north Front 
Cornman Adam, printer 242 south Third 
Cornman Joseph, keeper of debtor's apartment cor. 

Prune and Sixth 
Cornman Wm. accomptant House's court 
Cornwall James, carpenter Queen near Wood 
Cornwall William, labourer Lombard n. sch. 8th 
Cornwell Daniel, painter, Sec. 9 Powell 
Cornwell Doctor J. C. 91 south Front 
porhwell Joseph, pilot 25 Beck's alley 
Corren John, labourer Walnut above 13th 
Correy Robert, merchant 71 south Water, dwejlinr^ 

29 Church alley "^ . l^acc Currcy.i^nd Carrie 
Corse William, cabinet maker 132 south 4th 



COR COW 

Corson C. mariner 54 Green 

Cossart David, cedarcooper 457 north Second 

Cost Martin, hat dyer 22 Keys' alley 

Costlow Thos. tallow chandler, back 38 Ann (N. L.) 

Coston George W. shingle shaver 391 north Front 

Coston Joshua, labourer 64 Coats 

t Cotance Wily, master-sweep Spruce above 8tlr 

Cotrell Richard, mariner 2 1 Swanson 

Cotter Florence, carpenter Scott's alley 

Cotton Susannah, widow 99 Cedar 

Cottringer Garct, merchant 187 south Third 

t Couard John, barber 109 Pine 

Couch Furman, labourer Rachael st, 

Couden David, dyer 231 south Fifth 

Couden Samuel, carpenter 89 north Sixth 

Coulon H. C. fancy store 132 south Second 

Coulson Nathaniel, labourer 320 Vine 

Coulter John, merchant corner Union 8c From 

Coulter John, labourer 391 Sassafras 

Coulter Joseph, carpenter 66 Catharine 

Coulton Margaret, widow near 88 Gaskill 

Coulton Wm. taylor N.E. corner Penn 8c Ctdji- 

Coultson Israel, capenter. See 63 Tammany 

Council Joseph, bricklayer 17 Crab 

Covmtryman C. ornamental painter 120 German 

Coupar Elizabeth, widow Stillhouse alley 

Courlets John B. gentleman 38 Coates* alley 

Course widow of Wm. 226 Lombard 

Courtauld Samuel, merchant 143 s. Sixth 

Courtney A.nn^ widow 120 Christian 

Courtney James, grocer Cedar near Twelfth 

Courtney Joseph, carpenter 74 Mulberry 

Cousins Benjamin, carter s. 2d below Federal 

Cousins widow of Isaiah, carter Oak (N. L.) 

Couteau Peter, tinsmith 15 Spruce 

Covert Isaac, blockmaker 36 south Vriiarves & 1 1 

Carter's alley 
t Covey Robert, labourer Rose 
Cowan Jo) in, taylor 104 Cedar 
Cowan Wm. D. silversmith 32 Plum 
Cowden John, stonecutter 135 Locust 
Cowdrick widow of John, 61 Tammaiiy 
Cowdrick Marv, nurse 61 , T--— --''^ """^ 



cow — cox 

Coweli John V. merchant 28 s. Second 
Cowon James, labourer 70 Penn ^ 
Cowperthwait Mark, shoemaker 165 Spruce 
Cowperthwaite widow of Hulings, 204 n. Front 
Cowpland David C carpenter 14 Arch 

[see Co/ieland. 
Cox Abner Sc Co. shoestore 162 High 
Cox Baines, storekeeper 6 n. Second ^ 

Cox Benjamin, shoestore 1^2 High 
Cox Benjamin, watchmaker 30 Powell 
Cox Charles J. attorney at law 137 s. Fifth 
Cox Charles, labourer 257 Callowhill [see Cocks, 
Cox David, bricklayer 6 Powell ' 
Cox Elizabeth, teacher 74 Vine 
Cox Eliza, 29 Uriion 

Cox Eliz. widow of Moses, corner Union 8c Third 
Cox Esther, gentlewoman 157 Walnut (Sansom's 

Row) 
Cox Gabriel, carter Rose alley near Green 
Cox George H. taylor 18 south Water & back 3^ 

Arch 
Cox Gideon, cedarcooper 253 High 
Cox widow of Jacob, merchant 226 High 
Cox ^James S. president of the Pennsylvania Insur- 

a^nce Company, 429 High 
Cox James, artist 1 1 s. Fourth ^ 39 Almond 
Cox John W. sea captain 8 1 Penn 

Cox John T. carpenter 212 Pine 

Cox John, currier 1 7 Charlotte 

Cox lohn A. late shoemaker Tenth near Lombard 

Cox John, tobacconist 1 1 Shippen 

"t Cox Joseph, porter Pine near Twelfth 

Cox Joseph, mariner 6 Hurst 

Cox L. carter Poplar above St. John 

Cox Laurence, carter 7 Budd 

Cox Martin, blacksmith Oak(N.L.)8c 419 n. Front 

Cox M. mariner 280 s. Fourth 

Cox M. K. potter 302 n. 2d. & 334 n. Front 

Cox Paul, late sea captain 88 s. Front 

Cox Samuel, ladies shoemaker 59 Cherry 

t Cox Thomas, coachman Spruce above Eighth 

Cox Thomas, labourer 281 s. Third 

Cox Wm. moroccodresser 2d ab. Germantown road 



cox CRA 

Cox Win. chairmaker Kunckel st. near Grecu 
Cox Wm. black £^ whitesmith 144 Spruce 
Cox widow of Wm. chairmaker 8 Coombs* alley 
Coxe Alexander S. attorney at law 58 Walnut k 

196 Spruce 
Coxe Charles Sidney, attorney at law 5 8 Walnut 8c 

196 Spruce 
Coxe Daniel W. merchant 95 south Frontj-dwelling 

Chcsnut, 3d door above Seventh, north side 
C^oxe Edward, Ijlacksmith 2d n. Germantcwii road 
Coxe Edward, blacksmith 5'92 north Front 
Coxe John D. 76 Walnut t 

Coxe John Redman, m. d. and professor of chemis- 
try in the University of Pennsylvania, 8 York 
buildings 
Coxe Tench, merchant 196 Spruce 
Coxen George, engineer 8^ millwright 18 Locust 

dwelling 246 Sprucfe 
Coyle James, taylor 30 s. Water 
Coyle Patrick, potter sch. Front near Locust 
Coyle Patrick, labourer Currant alley 
Coyle Patrick, weaver 3 1 3 north Third 
Coyle Wm. carter 250 Cedar 
Coyls Daniel, soapboiler 102 Crown 
Coyls 8c M'Fadgen, tallow chandlers, 55 n. Sixth 
Crabb Wm. jun. accomptant Walnut above Tenth 
Craft Gershom, printer Sixth near Carpenter 
Craft Jacob, carpenter Fourth near George (N. L.) 
Craft Jacob, gun-bag maker 1 1 6 Budd [see Kraft 
Crager George, cardmaker 137 Cherry 
Craig Charles, grocer 136 German 
Ci'aig L widow of Andrew, back 89 Passyunk 
t Craig Jacob, coachman 104 north Eleventh 
t Craig Jacob, sailmaker Pottery alley 
Craig James, merchant 181 Chesnut 
Craig John, nailer 283 noith Third 
Craig Jane, widow Locust above Twelfth 
Craig widow of John, 181 Chesnut 
Craig Miss, 1 1 3 Spruce 
Craig Robert, carter back 12 Oak (S.) 
Craig Saml. smith near 39 Locust 8c 124 s. Tenth 
Ci*aig Samuel, taylor back 52 Cherry 
Craige John, carpenter Race near sch» Seventh 



CRA ORE 

Craige John^ saddler, 8cc. corner 3d.Sc GermariLOWi> 

Road. 
Crai^e Seth, saddle & harnessmakcr 246 High 
Craige, Huston Sc Craige, saddle & harnessmakers 

1 10 Hi^h 
Craige, Marqiiedant Sc Huston, cotton manufactu- 
rers 1 10 High, and factory Germantown road 
near Pitt 
Craige William, saddle & harnessmakcr, 1 10 High 
Craighead Mary, widow 4 Stamper's alley 
Cramer John, shipwright below 505 s. Second 

\jsee Creamer, 
Cramer Johti jun. shoemaker 35 Mary (S.) 
Crammer, Jacob, bootmaker i 3 1 north Sixth 
Cramond W. merchant 222 Mulberry 
Cramp George, shipwright Marlborough n. Queen 
Cramp Martin, fisherman Queen near Wood 
t Cranchel B. widow, fruiterer 157 Chesnut 

Crane , shoemaker Old York road above Noble 

Crane A. wrought nailer Laurel (N. L.) [see Crean, 

Crane John, carpenter 163 Green 

Crane Roger, sea captain 28 Queen 

Crafjsby George, mariner 5 1 Queen 

Crantz Jacob, woodsawyer 147 St. John 

Crant2 Peter, shoemaker 1 80 Lombard 

Crap Nicholas, boot &c shoemaker 112 s. Second 

Crap widow, storekeeper 17 Spruce 

Crauthers Elizabeth, tavern keeper cor. Pine Sc 1 1th 

Craven Jacob, cabinetmaker Greenwich st. 

Crawford Alexander, taylor 28 Kupckel 

Crawford Andrew, manner 75 Plum 

Crawford James, insurance broker 73 s. 6th. office 

in the coflfee house 
Crawford widow cf James, 332 south Second 
Crawford John, mate 53 Almond 
Crawford John, baker 46 Filbert 
Crawford Margaret, widow 151 St. John 
Crawford Mrs. E. widow 12 Noble 
Crawford Nathaniel, shipwright Sarah st. 
Crawford Sarah, widow 25 Barron 
Crawford Wm. labourer 132 Cedar 
Cray croft Joseph, shoemaker 309 south Second 
Cream Henry, sugar boiler 4th near Browne 



CRE CRO 

Creamer Christian, labourer 204 St. John 
CVeamer Henry, 286 Arch ^aee Cramer* 

Creamer Wm. carpet weaver Buttonwood above 

Charles 
Crean John, carpenter 55 south 7lh [see Crane 

Crease Wm. G. boot and shoemaker 258 n. 2d 
Creegemeyer Henry, labourer 438 Sassafras 
Creeley Jno. ropemaker Federal above Second 
Creely Michael, labourer Marlborough n. Bedford 
Cregar Samuel, shoemaker Lawrence street 
Cremona Peter, artificial flower maker 126 n. 4th 
Cress Alexander, shoemaker 377 north Second 
Cress George, feedstore 250 Lombard 
Cress George, jun. harnessmaker 237 High 
Cress Henry, innkeeper Chesnut Hill 
Cress widow of J. inspector of customs 91 n. Sixth 
Cress Peter, harnessmaker ^7 m Sixth 
Cress Thomas, cooper 9 1 Crown 
Cress Wm. labourer 359 north Second 
Cressel Barbara, nurse 129 Callowhill 
Cressman Henry, shoemaker 20 Farmer's alley 
Cresson Benjamin, chinamerchant 197 Sassafras 
Cresson Caleb, gentleman 43 Cherry 
Cresson Caleb C. jun. merchant 29 north Third 
Cresson James, chinamerchant 227 High 
Cresson John Elliott, conveyancer 54 High 
Cresson John H. merchant 14 north Second 
Cresson Joseph, chinamerchunt 9 Church alley 
Cresson J. accomptant 126 Cherry 
Cresson Richard C. grocer 407 & 409 n. Front 
Cribbin JoImi^ rigger 115 Catharine 
Crilborn J. merchant I I Prune 
Crilley Davis, blacksmith 489 north Third 
Crisman Samuel, carpenter 283 south Fourth 
Crist Henry, shipwright. Palmer 
Crist John, cooper Palmer near Duke 
Crist John, grocer Queen cor. Warren 
CfTst Michael, shipwright Cherry near Duke 
Criswell widow of Samuel, 43 north Sixth 
Criter Ann, Germantown road above Second 
Croasdill Wm. merchant 15 north 5th & 121 High * 
Crockett John, carter 416 north Front 

H 2 



CRO^r-CRO 

Crockett Samuel, taylor 4 Laurel an4 150 s.. Water 
Crockett and Tumbelston, taylors N.W.cor. Water 

and the Drawbridge dock 
Croft Mrs. ofj Robert, cor. Callow hill and Juliana 
Croft Thomas, mariner 177 Coats 
Croll Zeblen, shoemaker 365 north Third 
Crombargar John, flour merchant 314 High 
Cromley Henry, carter Shippen's lane near Cctlar 
Cromly Jacob, labourer 3 1 north Seventh , 
Cromwell John, bricklayer Schrivers* court 
t Cromwell John, sailmaker 121 south Water 
Cromwell Oliver, bricklayer Kunckel n. Tammany 
Cronan Judith, clear starcher 6 Norris*s alley 
Crone widow of Isaac, huckster Spafford 
Groom Henry, hog victuialler James st. 
Cropper Isaac, mariner 10 Callowhill 
t Cropper Sarah, widow Cedar cor. Seventh 
t Crosberry David, porter back 6 Locust 
Crosby Daniel, labourer Hazle alley near Lyndall'.? 
jCrosby M. stonecutter 7 Fayette 
Crosby Peter, labourer Hickory lane above 6th 
Crosier Benjamin, shoemaker Elmsley's alley 
Croskey Geo. D. brewer 103 New 
Croskey Richard, gentleman 186 Chesnut 
C'roskey and Say, brewers 101 and 103 New 
Cross Benjamin, teacher 35 Vine 
Cross R. O. hatter 173 south Front 
^.'loss Elizabeth, teacher 332 north Second 
^.^iossman James, labourer Pryor's alley 

[see Grossman 
Crossman John, oysterman 424 n. Front 
Crothers Hannah, widow 131 High 
'rothers Robert, hatter 13 Crown 
Crothers Wm. S. merchant 131 High 
Crolto Henry, newscarrier 32 Farmer's alley 
Croudin?^ Elizabeth, shopkeeper 66 north Sixth 
Crousdeil John, woodsawyer 463 north Third 
Crouse Michael, victualler 142 Vine 
Crouta John B. pastrycook 240 High 
Crow Thomas, painter, &c. Miller's court (N. L.) 
Crowell James, teacher 18 Shippen and 49 Almond 
Crowell Samuel, pilot 92 S^anson 



Crowell Thomas, sea captain UO south Second ' 
Crowl Martin, mate 1 Bryan's alley 
Crowley James, shoemaker Scott's alley 
Crowley John, clock and watchmaker 130 s. Front 
Crowley Timothy, fruiterer 16 Walnut [tee CrawCey 
Crozet M. C suspenderraaker 77 New 
Crozier Andrew, teacht^r 1 37 south Ninth 
Cruckshank Joseph, printer and stationer 87 High 

dwelling 16 Church alley 
Crull Absalom, shoemaker, Poplar above Third 
CruU George, labourer 29 Sugar alley 
Crull Martin, rigger 2 Branner's alley 
Crull Wm. hairdresser 90 Callowhill 
Crumback Godfrey, shopkeeper 37 Passyunfk 
Crumback Jacob, shoemaker 1 1 1 Christian 
Crummel Rebecca, whitewasher 40 south Fifth 
Crumpton Wm. silverplater 89 south Sixth 
Cruse Jesse, carpenter 364 south Second 
Cruson Wm. accomptant 227 Lombai^d 
Cruthers John, carpenter sch. 8th near Vine 
Cryder John, cordwainer 4th near Poplar 
Cryder Mary C shopkeeper 165 north Third 
Cudlipp John, shoemaker 26 German 
Culbertson Mary, widow, teacher 246 norlh Front 
Culin John, jun. taylor S.W. cor. High and W^ater 

and 5 Chancery lane 
Cullen Thomas, sea captain 275 s. Front [see CoUin 
C'ulnan Charles, back 129 Walnut 
Culnan George, taylor 60 Ann (N. L.) 
Culp Jacob and Co. grocers 222 north Second 
Culvert Martha, taylorcss 135 north Sixth 
t Cummens Abraham, coachman Elmsley's alley 
Cummens Charles, perfumer 45 south Third 
t Cummens Charles, labourer 385 north Fourth 
Cumming George M. merchant 2 Powell corner 5th 
Cumming Richard P tinplate worker 262 n. 2d 

Cummings , mariner 137 Swanson 

Cunmiings Daniel, shoemaker 215 north Second 
Cummings Enoch, printer 396 north Third 
Cummings James, labourer 224 Cedar 
Cummings Mary, widow, M'Culloch*s court 
t Cummings Robt. D. oystcrraan Spruce above 8th 



CUM— CUR 

t Cammings Robert, carpenter Nicholson's court 
Cummings William, hatter, back 130 north Fifth 
Cumtnings Wm. grocer 26 Plum 8c 92 s. Wharves 
Cummings Wm. carpe«ter 17 Garter's alley 
Cummins David, merchant 68 south Wharves 
Cummins Joseph, labourer cor. sch. 7th & Race 
I Cummins Richard, labourer Acorn alley 
Cummins William, merchant 36 Plum 
Cummons James, shoemaker 45 Green 
Cumpston Thomas, merchant 3X)l High 
Cunitz Lewis, bleeder with leeches 170 Race 
Cunning Patrick, labourer Shippen's lane 
Cunningham Elizabeth, 13 Hurst 
Cunningham James, shoemaker cor. 1 3th & Locust 
Cunningham John, grocer 31 s. 2d [see Conyngham 
Cunningham Mrs. of David, 33 north Eighth 
Cunningham Patrick, ca-rpenter 219 Cedar 
Cunningham Robert, vreaver 75 north Sixth 
Curbin A. mariner 419 south Front 
Curby Edward, mariner 1 4 Pine 
Curby Wm. mariner 154 St. John 
Curcier Andrew, merchant 69 Walnut & 80 s. Frpnt 
Cure Louis, jeweller 83 Mulberry 
Curies Adin, sea captain 102 Swanson 
Ciirren widow of N. 161 n. 3d [see Currin 

Carrey Ann and Eliz. washerwomen, back 126 s. 8lh 
Currey Israel, shoemaker, back 1 12 s. 2d 
Currey Samuel, shoemaker 4 South alley 

^see Corrcyi Curry, Curric 
Currie Helen, boarding house 4 Patten's court 
Currie Martin, segarmaker Baker's alley 
Currie Wm. m. d. 119 south Fifth 
Currin James, cordwainer Baker's court 
Currin James, hatter Fromberger's court 
Currin Timothy, plaisterer Juniper lane [see Curren 
Curry Archd. carpenter Arch n. sch. Front 
Curry Elizabeth, widow 64 Tammany Isee Currey 
Curry John, merchant tailor 118 Walnut 
Curry John, shoemaker 2d below Federal 
Curry M. shoemaker 329 north Sefcond 
Curry Samuel, cordwainer 47 s. Third 
Curry Samuel, gardener cor. Pine and sch. 7th 



CUR—- DAI 

C'artis Asa, grocer N.'E. corner Mulberry and Se- 
cond and 25 Elfreth's allty 
Curtis C. carpeiiter 41 New Market 
Curtis E. tayJor 18 Coombs', alley [see Kurtz 

Curtis Isaac, shoemaker 295 north Third 
Curtis John, potter 405 and 407 south Front 
Curtis John H. merchant 407 south Front 
t Curtis Joseph, yeoman Seventh near Pine 
Curtis Mrs. manluamaker York street 
Curtis Margaret, \v«ibher\voman 285 St. John 
t Curtis Samuel, sweep 34 Powell 
Curtis Wm. fancy chairmaker 130 Walnut 
Curtis Wm. chairmaker 7 Gray's alley 
Curts William, Ridge above Francis 
Cushing Caleb, sea captain 42 1 south Front 
Culbush James, druggist and chemist 35 s. 4lh 
Cutbush Doctor, 153 n. 3d or at U. S, navy yard 
Cuthbert A. masimaker 9 1 Swanson and 41 Penn 
Cuthbert FlizH, gentlewoman 397 n. Front 
Cuthbert James L. merchant 102 south Wharves 

and 189 south Third 
Cuthbert John t?* Ja». L.. merchants 102 s. Wharves 
Cuthbert T. merchant 264 south Second and 3 Lit- 

tie Water 
Cuthberlson James, weaver sch. 5th n. Chesnut 
Cuiherel Willis, tailor Elbow lane 
Cyfarrid Christiana, nurse Scott's alley 
t Cyrus James, oakcooper 200 Cherry 



Dabadis JoHK, merchant S. £• cor. High and 5tbi 

Da Costa Catherine, Margarelta street 

Da Costa Joseph, sea captain 258 n. Front 

Dadeker Adam, baker Marlborough 

Daffin Elizabeth, teacher 35 Powell 

Dager John, wheelwright 1 3th below Chesnut 

Dahlgren Bernard, accomptant 79 5c 123 Walnut 

Daily Bernard, typefounder Grissel's alley 

Daily Dennis, 50 Coats* 

\. Dixily Henry, porter Garden above Vine 

Daily John, grocer 44 south Eighth 

Daily Wm. tavernkeepcr 243 south Sixth 



DAI DAR 

Dairy James, labourer EImslle*s alley 

Dale James, sailmaker 1 1 5 north Front 

Dale Peter, labourer 60 Passyunkroad 

Dale commodore Richard, Spruce below Fourth 

Dallaker Mary, widow 48 Cherry 

Dallam Samuel, tavernkeeper (North Ward Hotel) 

173 High 
Dallas Alexander J. attorney of the United States 

for the district of Pennsylvania 98 s. Fourth 
Dallas Wm. plaisterer Oak near Coats 
Dallett Elijah 8c Thomas, soap and candle mann- 

feicturers 34 High 
Dallman John, smith and pumpmaker 204 n. 8th. 
Dally Mary, shopkeeper 1 1 1 High 
Dalrymple Eliz. nurse Prime below Second 
Dalton Wm. shoemaker 100 n. Eleventh 
Daly Edward, bookbinder 12 Fromberger's court 
Daly John, sea captain 200 n. Front 
Daly Nicholas, cabinetmaker 122 & 133 Lombard 
Dalzel Wm. chinastore 244 s. Second 
Danenhower Charles, innkeeper 139 n. Fourth 
Danenhower Geo. flour inspector 1 12 Callowhill 
Daney John, victualler Hanover 
Danford Thomas, pewterer corner 1 3th and High 
Dangel Maria, widow Thirteenth above Race 
Daniel Aaron, shipwright Shackamaxon 
Daniel Samuel, wharf-builder 400 north Front 
Danielly John, carter Oak near Coats 
Daniels George, carpenter Billing's court 
Daniels Joshua, carter Pine above Juniper 
Daniels Wni. mariner 189 north Front 
Dankel Henry, biscuit baker Crooked billet wharf 
Dankwerth John, bakw 151 Cherry 
Dannaker Christian, storekeeper 135 north Third 
Dannaker John, victualler Crown above Queen 
Dannenberg C. merchant 319 High 
Darby Samuel, carpenter 15 Duke (N. L.) 
Dardine John L. 31 Green 
Dare Hannah, seamstress Fromberger's court 
Dare Robert, shallopman 120 Swanson 
Darland Thomas, harnessmaker Chester n. Vine 
Darley Sarah, widow 225 Cherry 
Darley widow of John, dealer 289 Sassafras 



DAR DAV 

DarUng Mrs. of John, 74 SwansoD 

Darling Samuel, commission merchant 54 Filbert 

and 326 High 
Darlton Biddy, widow 44 Strawberry 
Darnell Henry, carter 123 north Water 
Darr Jacob, leech-bleeder 154 n. Fourth 
Darr John, victualler 83 Brown 
Darr Nicholas, shoemaker Rose alley (N. L.) 
Darrach Ellena, teacher 26 Pear st. 
Darrach James, hatter 62 south Second 
Darrach John, labourer Vine near Broad 
Dartis Michael B. gentleman 35 Almond 
Daub John, engineer corner sch. 2*d and Walnut 
Dauce Simeon, lapidary and jeweller 5 Cherry 
Dauch Henry, tobacconist Prince corner Crown 
Dauderman Jacob, cooper 40 Moravian alley 
Daul John, engineer Front near Walnut 
Davalt Henry, carter Fourth above Browne 
Davarex Mary, shopkeeper 46 Spruce 
Davenport Francis, brewer back 1 4 Cherry 
Davenport widow of Jaities, cooper 190 s. Second 
Davenport widow of John, hatter 41 north Second 
Davenport Robert, jeweller 1 Laurel st. (C.) 
Davenport Wm. mathematical instrument maker 
45 s. Front \_3ee Devtn/iort. 

Daves F. whitesmith 172 Crown 
Davey John J. cabinetmaker Cox's alley 
David D. & S. shopkeepers 27 north Ninth 
David Francis S. merchant Tenth, third door be- 
low Chesnut 
David Jacob, storekeeper 196 n. Second 
D^id John, 100 s. Second 
David & Worrell, storekeepers 196 n. Second 
Davidson D. tavemkeeper 183 s. Front and 182 s. 

Water 
Davidson Andrew, shipwright 84 Swanson 
Davidson A. sailmaker Sumeri*s wharf and 232 n. 
Front [^see Davison. 

Davidson Eliza, shocwarehouse 1 7 1 s. Second 
Davidson John, baker 229 s. Fourth 
Davidson Nathan, merchant I n. Ninth 
Davidson Robert, sailmaker 1 1 1 Catharine 
Davidson Robert, carpenter 286 Vine 



DAV DAV 

Davidson \Vm, gentleman 28 n. Ninth 

Davidson Wm. 5 Sansom 

Davies Edward, coach painter back 31 n. Ninth 

Davies Rebecca, milliner 208 south Second 

Davis Aaron, jeweller 134 s. Tenth 

Davis Adam, weaver corner Fourth & Cedar 

Davis Abner, shoestore 84 High 

Davis Abraham, mariner 61 Queen (S.) 

Davis Absa. stonemason corner sch. 7th & Cherry 

Davis Andrew, mariner Fetter lane 

Davis Armon, flour merchant, store 224 High, 

dwelling Eleventh near Chesnut 
Davis Benjamin, shipwright Queen near Hanover 
Davis Benjamin, jun. carter 179 Coats 
Davis Benjamin, storekeeper 40 n. Second 
Davis Catharine, innkeeper 4 Bank 
Davis Catharine, widow back 89 Passyunk 
Davis Charles, carpenter Browne st. (K.) 
Davis Daniel, taylor 155 n. Sixth 
Davis Daniel, combmaker back 97 Coats 

Davis , bookbinder 122 s. Tenth 

Davis David, mate back 37 Newmarket s: 

Davis Eli, shoemaker 393 n. Second 

Davis Elijah, drayman 71 Budd 

Davis Elijah, 5 Heyde*s court 

Davis Eliza, seamstress Webb's alley 

Davis Evan, shoemaker 36 Mulberry 

Davis George, broker 30 Walnut and 10 Sansom 

Davis Hannah, shopkeeper Callowhill st. wharf 

Davis Isaac, tanner and currier, corner Fifth and 

Noble, and corner Old York road and Noble 
Davis Jacob, quill manufacturer Noble between 

Second ^ Third 
Davis James, smith 187 Shippcn and 53 Fitzwalter 
Davis James, suspendermaker 22 High 
Davis Jesse, innkeeper 36 Bank \jiee Deavn. 

Davis John, labourer 131 Plum 
Davis John, labourer Germaritown Pw« near 1st. gate 
Davis John, taylor 3 1 n. Fourth 
•f Davis John, hairdresser 174 s. Second 
Davis John, labourer cornc r sch. 7th. 8t Lombard 
Davis John, storekeeper 20 s. Second 
Davis John, shoestore 40 High 



DAV- — DA\ 

Davis John, tobacconist 344 High 
Davis John, cabinetmaker back 459 s. Secoiic: 
Davis John, cabinetmaker 20 Sassafras alley 
t Davis John, shoemaker 12 Gilles*s alley- 
Davis widow of John, Lily alley 
Davis Jonathan, carpenter 175 Pine 
Davis Joseph, carpenter 1 1 Wagner's alley 
Davis Joseph, hatter 25 1 n. Second 
Davis John, bookbinder 57 s. Front 
Davis Joseph, stonemason sch. Fourth near Arch 
Davis Mary, ladies boarding house 94 n. Ninth 
Davis Mary, late ironmonger 168 n. Second 
Davis Mrs. widow 50 Duke st. (N. L.) 
Davis Nathaniel, 179 Coats 
Davis Noah, bricklayer 114?; St. John's 
Davis P. widow corner Garden and Wood 
Davis P. shoemaker corner 2d isf Germantown R 
Davis Rachel, widow back 27 Noble 
Davis Richard, sea captain back 3 Swanson 
Davis Richard, gentleman 369 High 
Davis Robert, carpenter 27 Brewer's alley 
Davis Samuel iE. accomptant 32 1 Race nearNiiiih 
Davis Sampson, carpenter 183 Cherry 
Davis Samuel, oysterman Britton's alley 
Davis Sarah, nurse 7 Brewer's alley 
Davis Stephen, innkeeper 184 Callowhill 
Davis Thomas, cordwainer 124 s. Fifth 
Davis Thomas, innkeeper 164 High 
Davis Thomas, wharf-builder 33 Christian 
Davis Thomas, shipjoiner Oak near Coats' 
Davis Thomas, shoemaker 139 Green 
t Davis Thomas, carter 21 Middle alley 
Davis Thos. blacksmith Old York R. n. Tamman\ 
Davis Thomas, shallopman Rose alley near Coats 
Davis Thomas, boot i^ shoemaker 142 s. Front 
Davis William, blockmaker Swede's alley 
Davis William, moulder Sheaff's alley 
Davis William, taylor 6 s. Fifth 
Davis William, carpenter 227 Cedar 
Davis William, taylor 51 n. Third 
t Davis Wm. woodsawyer Maiy alley ^ 25 Tarn* 
marv »- 

J 



DAV DEA 

Davis William, shipchandler corner Sassafras and 
Water, dwelling N. W corner Mulberry ^ 7th 
Bavis ^ Willis, shoewarehouse 40 High 
Davis Zephaniah, stonemason Clover alley 
Davison Adam, labourer Aspen alley n. Spruce 
.Davison Henry, smith 4 Crab \jee Davidson 

Davison Mrs, of William, 134 Cedar 
Davison Robert, sailmaker 1 1 1 Catharine h 59 Dock 
Dawes Abija, merchant 126 south Second 
Dawes Ann, widow 20 north Sixth 
Dawes Deborah, teacher 6 Norris* alley 
Dawes Francis, millwright 44 Vine 
Dawes Saml. F. merchant, 126 south Second 
Dawes Sibyl & Co. storekeepers 6 south 2d 
Dawes Timothy, mate 15 Budd 
Daws Wm. C. tailor 64 north Sixth 
Dawson Eliza, widow Raspberry alley 
Dawson George, soap and candle factory 373 s. 2d 
Dawson G. B. sea captain corner IVont and Pine 
Dawson Jonas, clock and watch maker 397 High 
Dawson and Morrison, brewers 79 and 8 1 Chesnm 
Dav;son Robert, gentleman 101 n. Second 
Dawson Wm. brewer 77 Chesnut 
Day Benjamin, shipwright Sarah 
Day Catharine, widow, 8 Oak street 
Day Humphrey, shoemaker 96 Swansor 
Day Jacob, labourer 362 north Front 
Day John, labourer Juniper above 8th 
Day Joseph, smhh Upper ferry road 
Day Mary, tayloress 68 north Second 
Day M. bonnetm^er 17 Strawberry 
Day Michael, gardener Palmer near West 
Day Samuel, taylor 12 Stall's court 
Dazey Jemima, widow, 5 Hartung's alley 
Deacon Israel, taylor 55 Tammany 
Deacon Peter, mariner near 56 Catharine 
Deakery Joseph; confection'ir 135 north Second 
Deal Andrew, carter Germantown R. n. 4th 
Deal Christ, baker 387 north Fourth 
Deal Christian, stockingweaver Callowhill n. lOth 
Deal Conrad, late baker 283 s. PVont 

[fice Dale and Dubl 



DEA DEG 

Deal Daniel, late smith Queen n. Marlborough 

Deal Elias, baker 25 Appletree alley 

DealJacob, shopkeeper 23 Julianna 

Deal Jacob, grocer Queen near Hanover 

Deal John, labourer sch. 7th n. Cherry 

Deal John, carter Germantown R. n. 1st gate 

Deal John, porter isf Coats' 

Deal John, victualler 299 north Eighth 

Deal M. widow 305 north Eighth 

Deal Peter, carpenter Queen n. Marlborough 

Deamtr John, oak cooper Cox's alley 

Dearr.tT Lewis, 65 Queen (S.) 

Dean Alexander J. teacher Clover alley and 145 s. 

Sixth 
Dean John, salt manufacturer 76 north 5th 
Dean Richard, wheelwright cor- Germantown R. 8c 

Sixth 
Deaver John, labourer Webb's alley 
Deuvs Isaac, carpenter 220 Walnut ^ste Davis 

De Binder Jos. boatbuikler Prime n. Cd 
De Beust John, sailmaker corner Ptnn and Pine 

De Borah , 36 Meade alley 

De Borah Hugh, labourer 102 Swanson 
Debosque Henry, High n. sch. 7th 
Debouis Benjamin, box maker 368 n. 3d 

Dechapel , 132 Lombard 

Decker Moses, labourer 75 Green [6re Ducker 
Decker P. L storekeeper 258 s. Fourth 
Deckers, widow of Martin, grocer 16 Cedar 
Deckhart Jacob, victualler 446 Sassafras 
Decoster Charles, oak cooper 3 Prune yee Dacocta 
Dedff'bach David, saw maker 4 South alley 
Deeter Rachel, mantuamaker 185 north Front 
Defield Jesse, Moyamensing R. n. Christian 
Defield John Peter, shoemaker Merritt's lane 
Deforest George, combmaker 3 Schriver's court 
Deforest widow of Henry, cabinetmaker 64 n. 8th 
Deg Ludwick, tallow chandler Germantown R. be- 
low Second 
Degay A. washerwoman 24 Stamper's alley 
Degen John T. shoemaker 21 i north Eighth 
Degog Doctor John, corner Walnut and Fifth 



DE DEM 

De Graff'e Charles, gentleman corner Spruct & 4lii 

Degreeves John B. pilot 32 Queen (S.) 

D« Haven Holsfein, carpenter upper 45 n. 6th 

De Haven Hugh, merchant upper 45 north Sixti:> 

De Haven Hugh, jr. merchant upper 45 n. 6th 

De Haven Mrs. of Jonathan, Prospect alley 

De Haven Peter, genilernan upper 41 n. 6ih 

t Dehony Daniel, waiter Elm slie's alley 

Oeimling F. G. commission merchant 3 n. 5tli 

Oeimling Francis C accomptant 2 Quarry 

Oeitz John, bricklayer 203 nonh Third 

i)eitz Peter, oak cooper 33 Union {^see Ditz^ Dieiz 

Deklyn Theodore, block and pump maker Oak 

above Hay scales and Poplar above Front 
Dekwight David, mariner 4 Little Water 
De la Croix C. J. Philadelphia distillery, wine and 

liquor store 264 n. 2d and 21 south Front 
De la Croix Louis, confectioner, back 326 Race 
Delamar G. & F. sawyers George near 1 Ith 
Delamater John, merchant 68 north Eighth 
De La Montagne, shoemaker 50 German 
Delange Jacob, storekeeper 115 north Third 
I Delancey James, boxmaker 163 St. John's 
Delany Lydia, milliner 131 south Second 
Delany Patrick, harnessmaker 8 Locust 
Delany Wm. attorney at law 50 s. Sixth 
Delap Humphrey, Ridge n. Callowhill 
Delaplaine Joseph, bookseller S.W, corner Chesnut 

and Seventh 
Delaunay widow of Robert, 75 Walnut 
Delaunay Peter, merchant 1 17 Spruce 
Delavau Isaac, shipwright, back 219 Swanson 
Delavau James, fruiterer 158 north Third 
Delavau John, shipbuilder 217 Swanson 
Delavau Joseph, grocer 176 Spruce 
Delavau William, fancy chair maker 83 Walnut 
Delone M. barber 324 north Front 
Deluy Ylaire F. hairdresser 2 s. 6th 
Demerlier J. B. shoemaker 172 south Second 
Dempsey John, accomptant 53 ; ouih Water 
Dempsey John, cordwainer 132 Cedar 
Dempsey Mrs. of Peter, 464 nonh Second 



DEM DES 

Dempster James, carter Thirteenth near Sassafras 

Denabre John, sea captain 79 New 

Denckla widow of Christian H. merchant 12 n. 3d 

Denham S. seamstress 332 south Second 

Denison Frederick, drummer Oak (N. D.) 

Denison James, potter 2 Bryan's alley 

Denman Aaron, merchant 329 High & 214 Arch 

Denney Dennis, carver and gilder 10 Fromberger's 

court 
Denning Catharine, 23 Lombard 
Denning E. tanner 404 north 3d 
Denning Jesse, shoemaker 23 Appletree alley 
Dennis Annanias, labourer 29 Prime 
Dennis Ann, seamstress Friend's Alms house 
Dennis Jer. shoemaker Frankford K. n. Queen 
Dennis John, coroner 90 north Sixth 
Dennis Col. Richard, of U. S. army 102 s. 8th 
Dennison George, teacher 87 south Fifth 
Denniston John, gentleman 2 Locust 
Dent John, hatter St. Joseph's avenue 
De Pusy Bureaux, widow 1 12 south Eighth 
Derbyshire widow of John, carpenter Carpenter's 

court 
/)erbyshire Thos. teacher Carpenter's corirt 
Deringer Henry, gunsmith 374 north Front 
Deroche Peter, grocer ksf tavern Hickoi'y lane n. 9th 
Deroug Peter, 93 north Third 
Derr John, sugar boiler 147 Cherry 
Derr Martin, sugar refiner 14 Branner's alley 
Derrick George, labourer Cooper's court (N. L.) 
Derrick John, mariner 301 south Third 
Derry Hannah, widow, 1 Gray's alley 
Desabaye Lewis, painter, ^c. Randall's court 
l^esauque Lewis, merchant 1 14 south Second 
Deschapelles A. merchant corner Lombard and 5lh 
Deshire Henry, blacksmith cor. Noble and 6th 
Deshong Matthias, merchant 71 Walnut 
De Silver Joseph, grocer 168 north Water 
Desilver Robert, bookseller, binder, t^'c. 1 10 Walnut 
Desilver Thomas, bookseller and binder, stationer 

and card manufacturer 220 High ^ 152 s, 6lk 
Desmaric John, carpenter 7 liinckel's court 

12 



DES-i— DIG 

Desmond Timothy, painter and glazier 99 Spruce 

Despinose widow of Jerome, 174 soutK Sixth 

Deswald John, hostler 45 Elder 

jDeswan Christopher, glue maker above 543 n. 3d 

Deter Henry, labourer Race n sch. 8th 

Detlar John F. coppersmith 225 n. 2d^ Walker's 

court 
DeTune Jane, gentlewoman 305 s. Front 
Devalin F. labourer Steinmetz court 
Devarieux Madame, mantuamaker 124 Pine 
Deveney John, labourer Beach near Marlborough 
Deveney William, 13 Christian 
t Devenseu Peter, porter Seventh below Shippen 
Dever Michael, mariner 7 Pottery alley 
Devere Peter, labourer cor. Spruce and sch. 6th 
Devereux John, sea captain 49 1 south Front 
Devin Sarah, shopkeeper Cherry above 1 1th 
Devitt Hugh, baker 240 Cedar 
Devitt James, cordwainer 287 south Front 
Devitt Patrick, drayman back 123 Plum 
Devver Margaret, seamstress 187 south Seventh 
Dewees Benjamin, shoemaker Hay scales, Seventh 

near Vine, N. E. public square 
Dewees David, taylor on the drawbridge 
Devvtes Jesse, windsOr chairmaker 19 Dock 
Dewees L. ship and anchor smithPrimen. Swanson 
Dewees Martha, widow 6 St. Mary 
Dewees Mrs. E. seamstress 66 north Seventh 
Dewees S. and D. taylors on the drawbridge 
Dewees Spencer, taylor on the drawbridge 
t)ewer Susannah, teacher 46 Gaskill 
©twey James, grocer 213 Cedar cor. Sixth 
De Witt Peter, grocer 30 Budd 
f Dexter Sarah, whitewasher 222 south Seventh 
Dic'.moncI Jacob, carpenter I3th above Sassafras 
Diamond widow of Martin, 11 Walnut [seeJDimond 
Dias Henrietta, 95 Pine 

Dice widow of Adam, cor. Cherry and sch. 8th 
Dick widow of Alexander, grocer 29 south Front 
Dick Daniel, jun. and Co. tobacconists 47 s. Front 
Dick Dinie!, merchant 49 south Front 
Dick Frederick, carpenter Moyamensing belcJw 

Christian 

1^*' . 



Die— D IF 

Dick Jacob, shipwright Frankford road n. Queen 
Dick Peter, taylor below 505 south Second 
Dick Philip, A7 south Front 
Dickens Ann, widow 268 St. John 
Dickenshect David, labourer Poplar near St. Johp 
Dickenson F. shoemaker Queen above Frankford R. 
Dickenson James, ropemaker Crown n. Prince 
Dickenson widow of General, cor. Chesnut and 8lh 
Dickenson Phebe, cake baker 158 south Second 
Dickerson Aaron, m d. 32 Callowhill 
Dickerson John, drayman Callowhill st. wharf 
Dickerson John, shoemaker Mark's lane 
Dickerson William, ropemaker 23 Hopkins' court 
Dickes Frederick, cabmetmaker Cherry near Duke 
Dickes Peter, whitesmith Queen n. Marlborough 
Dickeson Wm. hatter Adelphi avenue 
Dickey B. coachman 38 Moravian alley 
Dickinson Abel, printer (Whitehall) Ridge road n. 

Buttonwood 
Dickinson Catharine, widow 274 St. John 
Dickinson widow of Daniel, glover 32 s. Second 
Dickinson Jesse, carter 20 Noble 
Dickinson Joseph, mariner back 108 Christian 
Dickinson Joseph L. music master 93 Green 
Dickinson Nathan, weigher, above 5 SO north Front 
Dickinson Sarah, widow back 1 1 1 north Fifth 
Dickinson Solomon, cotton manuf. 190 Callowhill 
Dickison and Little, cake and pastry cooks 164 

Spruce 
Dickson Hugh, shoemaker 3 Pewterplatter alley 
Dickson John, groctr 200 s. Third, cor. Gaskill, & 
dwelling 43 Gaskill [ste Dixon 

Dickson Wm. labourer back 390 Sassafras 
Diehl Nicholas, notary public, office Carpenter's 
building, next door to the custom house, duell- 
ing 54 south 1 1th [^see Deal 
Diehl Thomas, merchant 57 north Fourth 
Diehr Adam and Lohrer, smiths 104 Coats 
Dictz Joseph J. artist Filbert below 1 1th 
Dietz Michael C. gentleman Walnut above 11th 

[see DeiiZ 
Difer Hapman) smith Pearson's court 



Die-— DIX 

Dlgel Jacob, victualler sch. 8th near Arch 
Dilcart John, innkeeper 340 north Second 
Dilcart Peter, soap, 8cc. manufacturer 343 n. 2d 
Dilhorn Nathaniel, biscuit baker 1 67 north Water, 

30 south Wharves, and dweHing 82 Mulberry 
Dilks Andrew, carter above 447 north Front 
Dilks Andrew, carter Kessler's court 
Dillin A, labourer 2 1 4 south Sixth 
Dillin widow of John, mariner 4 York court 
Dillin Jno. labourer 293 Mulberry 
Dillin Owen, bricklayer Elizabeth street 
Dillin Wm. shoemaker 32 north Tenth 
Dillin Mrs. ofWm. 1 58 north Eighth 
Dillinger John, storekeeper 192 north Second 
Dillingham widow of Simeon, 35 Walnut 
Dillingham Wm. H. attorney at law 35 Walnut 
Dillon James, copperplate printer 12 Walnut 
Dillon John, 13 Little Oak 
Dillon John, maltster 30 Spruce 
Dilman Jacob, labourer 458 north Third 
Dil worth James, ironmonger 59 north Second 
Dil worth Sarah, hardware store 128 south Front 
Dilworth Wm. ironmonger 128 south Front 
Dilwortli Wm. storekeeper 120 Filbert 
Dilworth Wm. fur merchant 4 south Fifth 
t Dimond J. F. hairdresser 261 s. 4th [see Diamond 
Dinnin Robert, carpenter 188 south Sixth 
Dinsman John, gunsmith 404 north Third 
Dismary Jno. carpenter 9 1 Green 
DitmyreC. tanner 444 north Front 
Ditmyre Godfrey, tanner 460 north Front 
Diver John, labourer Vine near Broad . 
Divers Joseph, carpenter 4 Filbert and 1 1 Wagner's 

alley 
Dixcy Thomas, pumpmaker Fitzwalter above 7th 
Dixey Charles, sea captain Fitzwalter above 7th 
Dixey James, currier 110 Sassafras 
Dixey Wm. printer 154 south Fifth 
Dixon Joseph, mustard manufactory 30 s. Front, & 

only son of the late John Dixon 
Dixon James, accomptant 77 north Second 
Dixon Mary, widow cor. Locust and Uth 



DIZ DON 

jji.-ioii Mary, widow 18 Little Water 

Dixon Michael, sea captain 151 Locust 

t Dixon, Samuel, woodsawyer 163 Coats 

Dixon widow of captain, 128 Coals [see Dick 807i 

Dixon Wm. merchant 36 Dock 

Dobbins Caleb, carpenter CaJlowhill near Crown 

Dobbins Thomas, merchant laylor 5 s. Front and 4 

s. Water 
Dobelbower /.ewis, printeF 459 south Second 
Dobleman Frederick, silversmith St. Joseph's avenue 
Dobson Jonathan, shoemaker 383 n. Third 
Dobson Samuel, carpenter 115 Walnut 
Dobson Thomas, bookseller and stationer 41 s 2d 
Dodd Joseph, grocer 288 s. Fourth 
Dodds Joseph, shoemaker 2d below Federal 
Doemer M. c?* S. Queen near Cherry 
Dohnert J. H. taylor 186 Kace 
Doig John, stonecutter 215s. Sixth 
Doke Matthew, labourer Pine near Eleventn 
Dolan John, mariner 63 German 
Dolbert John, mariner 41 Duke (N. L.) 
Dolby Joseph, sexton 2 1 Cherry 
Dolby Mary, chinastore 338 south Second 
Dolby Mrs.boardinghouse 64 s. 8th 
Dolman A. M. mantuamaker 21 Vernon 
Dolman John, bootmaker Walnut below Tenth 
Dolton Daniel, shoemaker 86 Dock 
Doman John, 6 Cox's alley [see Doiuman 

Dominick John, mariner, back 385 s. Front 
Dondhy Roger, musician 15 Hurst 
Donaldson Andrew, mastmaker, Penn n. Maiden 
Donaldson Arthur, trader Malt alley 
DonaUhon Isaac, hatter 76 n. 2d laec Donnaidaon 
Donaldson John, carpenter 297 s. Front 
Donaldson Joseph, halter 72 n. 2d 
Donaldson Lydia, shopkeeper 393 south Second 
Donaldson N. widow, 224 Catherine street 
Donaldson Wm. T. mastmaker 68 Swanson 
Donath Joseph & Co. merchants 28 s. Front 
Donavon Bartholomew, 34 Strawberry 
Donby Alex, labourer Moyamensing n. Primf 
Done Abm. blacksmith, back 510 n. Front 



DON DOR 

Donegan ThomaSj storekeeper 410 n. 2d 
Donnahew James, labourer 152 Swanson 
Donnaldson Andrew, sea captain 31 Queen (S-) 

[«fe DonaldsQ^ii 
Donnaldson Edward M. sea captain 38 Walnut 
Donnaldson John, jr. wine merchant 43 Dock 
Donnaldson John, broker 43 Dock and 38 Walnut 
Donne Conrad, labourer Germantown R. n. 1st gale 
Donnell John, mariner 389 s. Front 8c Little German 
Donnell Nathaniel, 23 Catharine 
Donnell Robert, labourer 1 1th n. Lombard 
Donnelly David, labourer Prosperous alley 
Donnelly F. labourer Race n. sch. Front 
Donaelly Hugh, near 8 ^ Plum 
Donnelly Geo. sea captain 5 1 Noble 
Donnelly James, stevadore 50 Passyunk 
Donnelly James, carpenter cor. 1 Ith 8c Pine 
Donnelly James, soapboiler 77 north Fifth 
Donnelly James, drayman 295 north Third 
Donnelly widow of John, turner Juniper alley 
Donnelly John, labourer 405 Sassafras 
Donohue Matthew, tallow chandler 1 6 Sassafras alley 
Donnohue Matthew, labourer, back 38 Ann (N. L.) 
Donohue Margaret, tayloress 166 s. 4th 
Donot Rachel, grocer 42 Coats* 
i>onovan John, sea captain 382 south Front 
i>oran jDaniel, tailor 113 High 
i>oran widow of John, grocer corner Walnut & lOih 
i7oran M. merchant corner Chesnut & Second 
X?oran Patrick, 288 south Front 
/)oran Thomas, mariner 247 s. Fourth 
jDoran William, grocer cor. sch. 8th 8c Sassafras 
t />oris Peter, coachman 134 n. Eleventh 
JDoris Sarah, widow, Beach n. High bridge 
X>orland Mary, seamstress, back 35 Arch 
DovVic Jaques, teacher 6 Sansom 
iJorman John C. woodsawyer Queen n.4th 
Uormet Thomas, victualler 514 n. Front 
i)orn John, shoemaker 201 north Front 
i?orsey Benedict, grocer 3 south Third 
Z)orsey E. gentlewoman 65 New 
/Jersey John, auctioneer 61 and 63 south Front 



DOR DOU 

Dorsey John S. m. d. 120 Mulberry 
Dorsey 55* Peterson, grocers 3 s. Third 
Dotterer Henry, millwright 8cc. Schriver's couri 
Dottro Barney, cordwainer 198 n. Tliird 
Doughert Abm. labourer 17 Crabb 
Dougherty Alexander, taylor 154 Race 
Dougherty Mrs. of Charles, back 1 34 s. Fourth 
Dougherty Daniel, grocer 204 Shippen 
Dougherty Daniel, carter ^ grocer 296 Lombard 
Dougherty George, ironmonger Sc ship chandler 

145 & 147 s. Front 
Dougherty George, carter back 105 German 
Dougherty Hugh, carter 528 n. Front cor. Laurel 
Dougherty Hugh, mariner 64 Penn 
Dougherty Mrs. of James, laboiirer Mark's lane 
Dougherty John, grocer corner Lombard & Sixth 
Dougherty John, carter 259 Catharine 
Dougherty Joseph, miller 215 s. Fifth 
Dougherty widow of J. boardinghouse 9 Elbow lane 
Dougherty Martin D. sea captain 120 Pine 
Dougherty Mrs. washerwoman 112 s. Second 
Dougherty Michael, fisherman Beach n. Warren 
Dougherty Richard, lumber merchant 177 s. 7th 
Dougherty Thos. labourer Queen n. Frankford R. 
Dougherty Thomas, labourer cor. 10th iJ" Shippen 
Dougherty W. sen. soapboiler Callowhill above 8th 
Dougherty William, labourer Washington n. Vine 
Deugherty William, labourer Elmslie's alley 
Dougherty William, labourer Cedar near Broad 
Douglass Abm. 86 Cedar 
Douglass Elizabeth, shopkeeper 251 Vine 
Douglass Francis, bricklayer 118 n. Fourth 
Douglass John, shoemaker 57 s Front 
Douglass John, one of the aldermen 174 s. Fourth 
Douglass John, jun. cabinetmaker 133 s. Third 
Douglass John, typefwmdcr Cedar above Tenth 
Douglass John, corner Fourth isf Christian 
Douglass John, jun. corder at High st. wharf 
Douglass Joseph, snilmaker 90 Cedar 
Douglass Peter, cabinetmaker 12 Elfreth's alley 
Douglass Mrs, )vidow, cake baker 245 s. Front 
«t Douglass Robert, hairdresser It" perfumer 5 4 

Mulberry 



DOU DRA 

Douglass ^ Ware, sailmakers 48 south Wharvts 
t Douglass William, shoemaker Queen n. Shacka- 

maxon 
Douty Elias, blacksmith 42 George (S.) 
Douty Jacob, shoemaker I Chester st. 
Douzy H. F. de, vice consul from France 179 Wal- 
nut (Sansom's row) 
Dow George, boardinghouse 353 s. Front 
Dow John, printer Elizabeth near Seventh 
Dowd John, mariner 185 Cedar 
Dowd John, tobacconist Steinmetz court 
Dowell James, teacher 37 Race ijf 102 Cherry 
Dowerman Mary, widow Penn near Maiden 
Dowerman Matthew, shipwright Sarah st. 
Dowers John, sen. late sailmaker 83 s. Sixth 
Dowers Joshua, cordwainer Maple st. 
Dowers Nicholas, stablekeeper 60 isf n. 48 Lombard 
Dowman Thomas, currier Rose alley near Coats 

\8ee Doman. 
Downey John, labourer Mark's lane 
Downey Margaret, seamstress 5 Bell's court 
Downing Jacob, iron merchant 1 19 n. Water llf 22> 

n. Fourth 
Downing John J. merchant Clifford's wharf 
Downing Rachel, shopkeeper 368 High 
Downs Earl, shoemaker corner Shippen ^ 7th 
Downs Matthew, George above Twelfth 
Doyle Bartholomew, stablekeeper Hartung's alley 
Doyle Charles, millstone maker 2 Filbert 
Doyle ^ Callaghan, burr millstone makers 2 Filbert 
Doyle Francis, bookbinder 248 Lombard 
Doyle James, oakcooper 100 Cedar 
'Doyle James, shoemaker Swanwick 
Doyle John, grocer 338 High 
Doyle John, tavernkceper 8 High 
Doyle Matthew, farmer Vineyard 
Doyle Mrs. of Michael, boardinghouse 4 Penr. 
Doyle Walter, soapboiler, &c. 357 Mulberry 
t D' Pee Thomas, waiter Sec. 163 Pine 
Drais Daniel, sail maker 25 south Wharvf^ 
Drake John, carter 530 north Third 
Drake John, mariner \9\ %. Sixth 



DRA DUB 

Drake Margaret, boardinghouse S.E. corner Little 

George and Seventh 
Draper Francis, labourer Green's court 
t Draper Jacob, porter 101 Spruce 
t Draper Jesse, woodsawyer back 2 Bedford (M.) 
Draper John, engraver 47 Sansom 
Draper Jonathan, shoemaker 12^ Pine 
Dreer Frederick, cabinetmaker ltd Sassafras and 

102 n. Fifth 
Dresser Solomon, cordv/ainer cor. Carpenter Si?* 4tli 
Drew John, flaxhackler 202 Shippen 
Drew N.c5'Co. grocers n. e. cor. Water cjT'Mulbern 
Drigger John, stevadore 275 n. Front 
Dring Mrs. of Samuel, back 3 Bedford 
Drinker Henry, cashier of the bank of North Ame- 
rica 30 n. Front 
Drinker Henry S. gentleman 49 Filbert 
Drinker John, attorney at law 144 s. Second 
Drinker Joseph D. merchant 36 Carter's alley, 

dwelling 91 s. Eighth 
Drinker Richard, grocer 30 n. Front 
Drink water Wm. grocer l^ bottler 85 s. Froiit 
Drisdell Jdhn, oysterman 6 York court 
Drosdorf Charles A. ^ Roberts, grocers 126 s. 8th 
Droz Charles, clock Uf watchmaker 1 49 Walnut 
Droz widow of Humberz A. L. 38 Pine 
Droz 55" Sons, clock iJ" watchmakers 149 Walnu' 
Druelman Mary (Jf Sarah, 3 Wood 
Drum B. attoi-ney at law 87 s. Fifth 
Drum John, victualler Garden above Callowhill 
Drum William, victualler 302 n. Eighth 
Drumher Henry, tavernkeeper 139 n. Third 
Drummond John K. 24 Argyle 
Drummond John, cabinetmaker 30 n. Sixth 
Drummond Josiah, hairdresser 51 n Eighth 
Drummond Mrs. teacher ^74 s. Second 
Duane William, editor of the Aurora 98 Hv )-■ 
Duane William J. stationer 106 High 
Dubac Gabriel, merchant 86 s. Second 
Dubacq William, 126 Pine 
Dubarry John, merchant 177 High 
Dubasse Susan, washerwoman Hudson's lane 
Dubinard Thomas, carpenter Shield's alley 



DUB DUF 

Dubison V. 136 s. Fifth 

Dubleer John, labourer 258 Race 

Dubois Abm. 71 n. Fifth 

Dubois widow of Abraham, late goldsmith 7 1 n. 5th 

Dubois John, shoemaker 2 St. Mary- 
Dubois John, oysterman 2 n. Fifth 

Dubree Joseph, 119 s. Third {see Debree, 

Dubree J. ladies' shoemaker 104 Walnut 

Dubs Martin ^ Co. merchants 247 High 

Dubs Martin, merchant 37 n. Seventh 

Ducass Peter, taylor Baker court 

Ducker John,^ carpenter 287 Spruce ^see Decker. 

Ducoing John, merchant 28 Green 

Ducoing ^ Lacombe, merchants 18 Coates' alley 

Ducoing Peter, merchant 99 n. Fifth 

Ducomb Vincent, 191 Pine 

Ducomb Vincent, jun. sea captain 191 Pine 

Duddy Bernard, typefounder Cedar near Eleventh 

Duddy Peter, bottler 237 Cedar 

Dudgeon John, shoemaker 13th above Sassafras 

Dudly Mrs. of Wm. mariner 23 Walnut^ 

Dudman John, painter, &.c. Tenth near Filbert 

Dudrue John, typefounder Clifton st. 

Duey Adam, tavernkeeper 10 s. Fifth 

Duff John, comedian 87 s. Sixth 

Duff John, razor stropmaker 40 New 

Duff Patrick, storekeeper 28 Plum 

Duffee Francis, 61 Dock 

i Duffey John, coachman Blackberry alley 

Duffey Michael, printer 

Duffey Philip, tavernkeeper i^ bottler 66 Plum 

Dufhe Charles, labourer St. Mary near Seventh 

Duffie George, bottler Pear near Dock 

Duffield Edward, accomptant 151 s. Eleventh 

DuPBeld John, merchant 12 Chesnut 

Duffield Samuel, m. d. 12 Chesnut 

Dufiield William, m. d. 149 s. Third 

Duffis Andrew, shoemaker 1 8 Bryan's alley 

Duffy Francis, distiller, ^c. 26 Pine alley 

Duffy Hugh, grocer corner Ninth t?* Walnut 

Duffy James, shopkeeper 292 s. Fourth 

Duffy John, teacher 45 George (S.) ^ 60 Gaskill 

Duffy Patrick, typefounder Eleventh near Lombard 



DUF DUN 

Duffy Peter, copperplate printer 224 Lombard 

t Duffy William, labourer Bonsall st. 

Dufief N. G. booksejler J^ stationer 1 18 Chesnu* 

Dugal Archibald, stonecutter Juniper lane 

Dugan Anthony, merchant 92 Union 

Dugan Joseph, shoemaker 15 Hopkins' court 

Dugan Joseph, merchant 91 s. Third 

Duhamel John, taylor 33 Mulberry 

Dukemineer Benjamin, ropcmaker 292 s. Second 

Dukemineer John, ropemaker Crown near Palmer 

Dulan Paul, smith 28 isf back 52 Cherry 

Duler Peter, teacher 30 Pine 

Duling Aiidrew, biacksmith Kensington 

Duiey Catharine, washerwoman Spafford 

Dumas Elias, merchant 9 Wood (N. L.) 

Dumas John F. merchant 42 Sassafras 

Dumoulin Michael, sworn interpreter iJf French 

teacher 24 Pear, dwelling 151 s. Ninth 
Dumoutet J. B. jeweller 55 1^ 57 s. Second 
Dunahee Jeremiah, taylor 4 Chesnut 
Dunant Edward, merchant 275 Chesnut 
t Dunbar Nicholas, saiimaker Grissell's alley 
t Duncan Anthony, saiimaker 16 Elizabeth 
Duncan Arabella, teacher 13 n. Fifth 
Duncan Elizabeth, widow 94 Catharine 
Duncan George, labourer Tenth below George 
Duncan L. widow 24 Cherry 
Duncan Rebecca, washerwoman SheafT's alley 
Duncan William superintendant of military stores, 

U. S arsenal Gray's ferry road 
Duncan Wm. supercargo 208 Pine [see Dunki.i. 
Duncan Wm. labourer 4 Sugar alley 
Duncan Wm. writing master Library st. 
Dundas James H. attorney at law 120 s. Fourth 
Dundey James, labourer 85 Browne 
Dungan Garret, innkeeper cor. Germantown roa.d 

and Laurel 
Dungin James, accomptant 252 s. Second 
Dunhowar Charles, carpenter Joint alley 
Dunken George, fruiterer 202 n. Eighth 
Dunkerly John, victualler 106 s. Tenth 
Dunkerly Richard, turner 355 n. Third 
Dunkerly widow of Luke, bleeder, &c. 355 n. 3d 



DUN.— ^DUP 

Dunkin widow of R. H. 95 s. 8th [^e Duncan 

Dunlap James, m. d. 107 Mulberry [see Dunlofi 
Dunlap James, tavernkeeper cor. Cedar and Broad 
Dunlap widow of John, gentleman, N.E. cor. 13th & 

Chesnut 
Dunlap Robert, wheelwright 232 south Fourth 
Dunlap Mrs. of Wm. stonepaver Watson's alley 
Dunlap Wm grocer 146 north Fourth 
Dunlevy Robert, sea captain 42 Christian 
Dunlop Lydia, mantuamaker 3 1 Prune [^see Dunlai 
Dunn Ann, widow 23 Artillery lane 
Dunn widow of Daniel^ innkeeper 213 s. Second 
Dunn Edward, carter 150 south Ninth 
Dunn Francis, widow Quince alley 
Dunn George, turner Sc umbrellamaker 96 St. John 
Dunn Jacob, storekeeper 79 north Second 
i)unn John, oarmaker 124 Catharine 
Dunn John, labourer sch. 8th near Race 
Dunn Mary, washerwoman back 339 Callovvhiil 
Dunn Michael, labourer 200 Shippen 
Dunn Miss, milliner 98 north Sixth 
Dunn Nathan, merchant 46 north Front 
Dunn Robert, military academy back 112 Walnut 
Dunnel Edward, carter Lee's court 
Dunnel Samuel, carter Queen near Sixth 
Dunton George, mate 30 Green 
Dunton Jacob, sailmaker Bickley*s wharf second 

door above High and 61 New 
Dunton and Ker, shipchandlers, &e. 7 s. Wharves 
Dunwoody John, 131 Mulberry 
Dunwoody Ruth, boardinghouse 41 north Seventh 
Dupeton Francis, shipwright Fuller's alley 
DupUiine R. C. widow of A. C. 70 Union 
Du Piessis Peter Le Barbier, conveyancer and 

sworn interpreter 52 Walnut 
pu Ponceau Peter S. sworn interpreter, &c. and 
counsellor at law, office 15 s. 6th, near the N.E. 
cor. of Chesnut, dwelling 199 Chesnut 
Dupouy A. dancing master 119 Spruce 
Duppeller Mary, boardinghouse 6 Dock 
Dupr6 Peter, professor of music 2§ Spruce 
t Duprey J« barber 4«l High 



DUP— DYO 

Dupuy Daniel, silversmith 16 south Second 

Dupuy John, jun. storekeeper 16 south Second 

Durang John, connedian 2 1 6 Cedar 

Durant Eleanor, tayloress 16 Oak (S.) 

Durant John, 121 Cedar 

Durborow Edward S. cabinetmaker 148 n. Front 

Durborow Samuel and Co. merchants 187 High 

Durell Isaac, carpenter 2 Crab 

Durcll Jeremiah, drayman 44 Budd 

Durfor George, earpenter 17 Fayette 

Durham Geo oysterman back S86 s. Second 

t Durham Isaac, porter Portland lane 

Durney John and Tobias, biscuit bakers cor. 2d & 

Shippen 
Durney Michael, biscuit baker S.E. corner Second 

and Shippen, bakehouse 30 Shippen 
Durney Paul, accomptant cor. 2d and Shippen 
Durr widow, shopkeeper 185 St. John 
Durs Rudy, cordwainer 386 north Third 
DusarF. merchant 175 south Fifth 
Dusenbcry Henry, storekeeper 183 north Third 
Dushey Jane, widow 22 Catharine' 
Dutar M. hairdresser 46 Arch 
Dulilh Peter S. mariner back 12 Christian 
Dutilh widow of Stephen, merchant 230 Spruce 
I Dutray J. F. hairdresser 123 south Sixth 
t Dutray Joseph, shopkeeper 159 Spruce 
Dutter Adam, currier 211 St. John 
Dutton Caleb, bricklayer 28 Elfreth's alley 
Dutton John, shoemaker 166 south Sixth 
Dutton Joseph, carpenter corner Fifth and Cedar 8c 

88 Lombard 
Duval James S. and Co merchants 179 High 
Duval Mary, widow 4 Dock 
Dych Henry, constable Kensington 
Dyer Catharine, seamstress Lombard st. alley 
Dyer Richard, shoemaker 2 Dock 
Dyer Wm. brewer 121 Green 
Dyke John, hairdresser 143 s. 8th cor. Orange 
t Dykus Wm. coachman 1 2th below Wah^ut 
Dyou T. W. M. i>. N.E. cor. 2d and Race 

K2 



DYS EBE 

Dyster Joseph J. tubular iron bridge architect, cor, 
1 2th and Chesnut 



Eachus Robert, brassfounder 245 south Sixth 

Eaden William, grocer 208 High 

Eagan right rev. Michael, bishop 17 Willing*s alley 

Eager Joseph, stonecutter 224 and 470 s. Front 

Ealer Frederick, baker High, west sch. Eighth 

Earl Caleb, sea captain 35 Union 

Earl Clayton, merchant 19 Pine 

Earl John, caulker 418 south Second 

Earl Mrs. boardinghouse 58 north Fifth 

Earl Samuel Franklin 167 Cedar 

Earl Samuel, smith Lolar*s court 

Earle Edward, 143 Chesnut 

Earle Elizabeth, shopkeeper 379 north Front 

Earle James, gilder (Shakspeare gallery) 1 s. 3d 

Earls James, labourer 327 north Front 

Early Hugh, drayman 2d below Federal 

Early John, drayman Seventh below Shippen 

Early Samuel, shingledresser 252 south Seventh 

Carly Wm. Nicholson*s court 

Earnest Mrs. of George, shipwright 80 Green 

Earnest Henry, flour and feedstore 407 n. 2d 

Earnest Jacob, merchant taylor 1 6 south Fourth 

Earp George, hardware merchant 252 s. Second 

Earp Thomas, hardware merchant 209 s. Second 

Earp widow of Robert, 252 south Second 

Easby John, cooper 1 3 York court 

Eastburn Joseph, cabinetmaker 86 Vine 

Eastlack F. mealman 2d above Germantown road 

Eastleburn Rachael, widow 47 Christian 

t Easlon Abraham, nailer Juniper n. Chesnut 

Eaton Aaron, labourer 35 Prime [.see Heaton 

Eaton Jonathan, labourer Rose alley near Coats 

Eastwick Stephen, plaisterer 1 8 1 Green 

Eastwick widow of Thonoas, carpenter 6 Clover alley 

Eberle Chas. surgeon's inslrumentmaker 1 1 n. 6th 

Eberle Frederick, baker 187 soulh Fjfth 



EBE EDE 

Ebersprew Henry, carpenter 32 1 Race 

Ebert Peter, rigger 4 1 Coats 

Eberth Catharine, widow 143 Vine 

Eberth Joseph, carpenter 143 Vine 

Eberth Conrad, gentleman 168 north Fifth 

Ebling John, carpenter 2d near Germantown road 

Ebling Robert, shoemaker 2d n. Germantown road 

Echey Jacob, carpenter 399 north Third 

Eck Mrs. of Samuel, back 393 north Front 

Eckard George, rigger 28 Artillery lane 

Eckart John, baker Miller's alley sch. 8th above 

Race 
Eckel Andrew, tobacconist 10 Bryan's alley 
Eckendorff Martin, surgeon barber 10 s. Sixth 
Eckenstein Jacob, laylor 99 north Fourth 
Eckert Abraham, labourer Lawrence [see Egert 
Eckert Conrad, baker Queen near Bishop 
Eckert John, jun. baker Sassafras near Broad 
Eckert John, late gardener 100 Christian 
Eckert John, sugarboiler 98 Coats 
Eckert Joseph, baker 100 Christian 
Eckert Joseph, baker 341 Race 
Eckfeldt Adam, assistant coiner in U. S. mint 13th 

above Race 
Eckfeldt George, soap and candle manuf. 203 s. 6th 
Eckfeldt Jacob, smith 31 North alley & 46 n. 5lh 
Eckfeldt Michael, carpenter 159 north Sixth 
Eckley Abraham, cooper 33 Crown 
Eckley Abraham, jun. cooper 33 Crown 
Eckstein John, brushmuker 1 1 1 and 138 High 
Eckstein John, grocer 199 north Water 
Eckstme John, engraver 83 Locust 
Ecky Anthony, apothecary and druggist cor. Walnut 

and 2^1, dwelling 1 16 north Fourth 
Ecky widow of John, 116 north Fourth ^ 

Eddicks Margaret, widow 33 German 
Eddie James, gunstocker Noble near Third 
Eddowes Miss, 324 High 
Eddpwes Ralph, merchant 324 High 
Eddowcs R. jun. 8c John, china merchants 324 Hi^h 
Eddy Lewis, broker 35 Dock 
Edel John, labourer Germantown road near Fourth 



Edelmao Isaac, carpenter 124 Filbert f«ee Edkfnan 

Edenborn Jacob, currier 1 10 Sassafras 

Edenfield Thomas, pilot i08 Christian 

Edey Richard, 16 Powell 

Edgar James, carpenter Wiley's court 

Edgar John, labourer Wiley's court 

Edgar Owen, shoemaker Thirteenth near Filbert 

Edgin Benjamin, waterman, Burd's »!ley next 

Catharine 
Edleman Sarah, nurse 14S Cherry 
Ed\tards Elizabeth, milliner 72 Mulberry 
Edwards Griffith, grocer 72 High and 1 6 Bank 
Edwards Hannah, widow of George, 4 Fitzwalter 
Edwards Henry, storekeeper 56 south Fourth 
Edwards Jacob, grocer 210 High 
Edwards John, cooper cor. 6th and Poplar 
Edwards John, innkeeper 220 north Front 
Edwards John, jun. attorney at law 82 s. Fourth 
Edwards John H. oakcooper Prime below Second 
Edwards Joseph, brassfounder i08 north Sixth 
"t Edwards Joseph, waiter George n. Juniper lane 
Edwards Mary, tayloress 288 north Eighth 
Edwards Mrs. of Jonathan, taylor459 n. Third 
Edwards Mrs. milliner 56 south Fourth 
Edwards M. widow iRose alley near Coats 
Edwards P. teacher 39 Spruce 
t Edwards Patience, washerwoman 283 St. John 
Edwards Richard, pilot back 121 Catharine 
Edwards Thomas, ropemaker 492 south Second 
Edwards Thomas, cordwainer 12 Pear 
Edwards Wm. cabinetmaker back 23 Catharine 
Edwin David, engraver cor. Tenth and George 
Eells Nathan, sea captain 76 Christian 
Egan right rev. bishop, 17 Willing's alley 
Egar Charlotte, midwife Frankford road n. Queen 
Egert George, gentleman 112 south Tenth 
Egert George jun. baker 357 north Second 

^see Eckert 
"Eggers Jacob, storekeeper 148 north Third 
Eggleston Joseph, smith back 8 1 south Water 
Eggleston M. trader Hamilton's wharf 
Eggleton John, labourer Maiden near Beach 



EGL ELL 

Kt^lee Ann, widow 28 Bread 
Et2;lee Jacob, cabinetmaker 65 and 66 s. Fourtb 
Ehrenzeller George, accomptani 79 north Tenth 
Ehringhaus Adolph, broker 109 s. 9th & 12 s. 4th 
Eigelberner Peter, segarmaker 4 Prospect alley 
Einewachter widow of George, Poplar lane.n. 4th 
Eisenbrant Henry, instrument maker 163 n. Front 
Eisenbrey Catharine, widow 177 Race 
Kisenbrey Jacob, tallow chandler 179 Race 
Eisenhut Andrew, coppersmith 203 north Second 
Eisenhut John, coppersmith 243 north Third 
Ektn Robert, labourer 395 High [^see Aitken 

KV.\x\ Joseph, innkeeper 8 Strawberry 
£lberson Hart, grocer 174 Swanson 
^Iberson John, cooper 309 south Third 
Elberson John, storekeeper S. -fi. cor. German aud 

Third 
Elder Thomas, 277 Race 
£lder Wm. T. cotton, hay, tyc. packer, Red stor« 

wharf 
i^ldredge Abraham, mate 12 Argyle 
^Idredge Mrs. of -£li, Whitehall street 
^Idredge Obadiah, labourer 1 13 north Front 
isldredge Pbineas, sea captain Carpenter's st. (S.) 
Eldridge and Brick, curriers 29 Chesnut 
Eldridge Jacob, mariner, back 106 n. 2d 
Eldridge Job, labourer Beach n. Maiden 
Eldridge Joseph M currier 29 Chesnut 
Eldridge & Nicholson, lumber merchant 256 Ches- 
nut above Ninth 
Eldridge Wm. M. lumber merchant 105 s. 9ih 
F.Ifreth John k Isaac C merchants 185 High 
Elfrey Jacob, cooper 2 Knight's court 
Elfrey Samuel, carter cor. Noble and 4th 
Elfrie Philip, cooper 399 north 3d 
Elkinton Asa, tallow chandler 202 n. Second 
Ella Hannah, widow, 21 s. 4th 
Ella John, accomptantSI s. 4th 
Ellet Charles, 361 n. Front 8c Ellel's wood wharf 
Ellick and Bockius, curriers 237 north Third 
Ellick John, carpenter 68 Zane 
Ellick Philip, laylor 73 south Fifth 



ELL — -ELM 

Elliot Charles, labourer corner 13th and Cedar 
Elliott Z). druggist 60 s. Front & 6 n. Fifth 
Elliott Jacob, plaisterer 184 St. John 
Elliott James, tavernkeeper (Robinson Crusoe) 23 

south Third 
Elliott James, grocer corner Mulberry Lf Fourth 
Elliott John, sea captain 35 Queen 
t Elliott John M. porter and sexton Dean's alley 
Elliott James, jun. ornamenial painter 135 Arch 
Elliott John isf Z)aniel, druggists and colourmen 60 

south Front 
Elliott John, comb and fancy store 82 High 
Elliott John, shipjoiner Queen n. Marlborough 
Elliott Mrs. widow, Drinker's court 
Elliott Samuel, saddler, harness and trunk makev 

48 north Third 
Elliott Samuel, tallow chandler Broad n. Walnut 
Elliott Samuel, shoestore 17 north Sixth 
t Elliott Solomon, waiter Bedford (M.) n. 7th 
Elliott Thomas, deputy sheriff 122 s. Front 
Elliott Wm. (Harp and Eagle hotel) 43 n. Third 
Ellis Z>aniel C. accomptant 181 Cherry 
Ellis J), tinplateworker 188 north Fifth 
Ellis Z)avid, teacher 82 Crown 
Ellis Enos, cabinetmaker 267 Race 
Ellis Hugh, silverplater 239 High 
Ellis James, ropemaker 19 Hopkins* court 
Ellis James, brassfounier 252 south Front 
Ellis Martha, teacher 22 Little German 
Ellis Robert, milkman Shackamaxon 
Ellis and Sloan, stablekeepers Drinker's alley 
Ellis Thomas, stablekeeper Drinker's alley 
Ellis Thomas, oak ceoper 15 Swanson Isf 1 1 Little 

Water 
Ellison Christian, mariner 19 Parham's alley 
Ellison Francis, 1 3th near Cedar 
Ellison James, labourer 571 s. Front [see Allison 
Ellison Robert, coachpainter 9 s. 6th Uf 38 Zane 
Ellison Samuel, carpenter 60 Coats' 
Ellison Smith, tin plate worker 72 n. 7th 
Ellmaker Levi, flour merchant 431 High 
Elmer Frederick, labourer 93 Browne 



ELM EML 

Etmslie Alexr. merchant 35 Chesnut ^ 31 1 s. 2d 

Elston James, shipwright Marlborough n. Beach 

Elston Thomas, caulker Marlborough n. Beach 

Elton Anthony, accomptant 138 s. Front 

Elton A. gunsmith next 43 Zane 

Elton Anthony, shoemaker 27 Elfreth's alley 

Elton Anthony, carpenter 3 Wood (N. L.) 

Elton Mrs. of Thomas H. Passyunk n. 8th 

Elton Thomas, carpenter 139 Cherry 

Eltonhead Jane, seamstress sch. 7th n. Vine 

EUonhead Peter, machinemaker, back 171 n. 2d 

Elwell B tailor Whitehall street 

Elwell Henry, blacksmith 21 Parham's alley 

Elwell Isaac, taylor 2d ^bove Poplar 

Elwell Jonathan, flour and feed store, Oak (N. L.) 

above Noble 
Elwell Sarah, widow. Oak (N. L.) 
Ely Benjamin, merchant 5 north Ninth 
Ely Joseph, 275 Sassafras 
Emerick Dowalt, gardener Hanover 
Emerick Henry, labourer Prince near Palmer 
Emery Abraham, carter 49 Budd 
Emery Henry, carter, back 317 n. Third 
Emery Jacob, meal merchant above 550 n. Third 
Emery Jacob, jr. labourer Ridge n.Callowhill 
t Emery John, mariner Webb's alley 
Emery Lewis, hat merchant 69 north Second 
Emery Lewis, jun. hatter 12 Fromberger's court 
Emery Samuel, ship broker, office next the cus- 
tom-house, Carpenter's buildings 
Ernes Ann, midwife, 146 n. 8th [see jimies 

Emig Peter, carter 310 Cailowhill 
Emins Margaret, washerwoman Spaffoixi street 
Emlen Ann, gentlewoman 179 Chesnut 
Emlen George, attorney at law 1 13 Walnut 
Emlen widow of Geo. merchant cor. 4th ^ Wit- 
ling's alley 
Emlen and Howell, merchants 17 s. Wharves 
Emlen Joshua, merchant 17 s. Wharves 
Emlen Jeremiah, apothecary and druggist 6 n. 3d 
Emlen Maria, widow, 89 New 



EML— EPH 

Emlen Saml. W. ironmonger 135 High 
Emley Gilbert, teacher 96 Union 
tEmmerson Nathan, woodsawyer Bonsall 
Emmons Heman, grocer cor. Front and Dock and 

36 Dock 
Emrick Baltis, baker 234 High 
Emrick Baltis, jun. baker 23 north Seventh 
Emrick John, baker 341 Callowhill 
Eneu James, late baker Federal near Passyunk 
Eneu James, jun, baker 38 Passyunk 
Engard Adam, carter 1 80 St. John's 
Engard Henry, tavernkeeper 418 north Second 
Engard Philip, shingledresser 127 Brown 

[see Ingard 
Engelman Daniel, florist & seedsman Arch n. sch. 7th 
Engle James, inspector of customs S. W. cor. 2d 
and Shippen [«(?e Ingles 

Engle John, baker 29 n. Ninth 
Engle John, copperplate printer 1 39 Green 
En glebert Leonard, storekeeper 64 north Third 
Engles Ann, widow University of Pennsylvania 

Engles Henry, cordwainer 268 s. Fifth 

Engles John, oysterman 1 13 German 

Engles Joseph P. teacher of Latin, University of 
Pennsylvania / 

Engles widow, milkwoman 268 south Fifth 

English Edward, grocer 8 Cedar 

English Elisha, supercargo 31 Pine 

English John W. chairmaker Baker's court 

English Margaret, widow, Jones* alley (N. L) 

English Michael, shipjomer 33 Noble 

English S. cabinetmaker 178 Vine and 135 Walnut 

English Thomas, carpenter M^Giflnes' court 

Ennes Lawretice, teacher and grocer 92 Shippen 

Ennes Mrs. widow, \ \ \ north Fifth 

Ennis T. saddler and harnessmakcr High n sch. 6th 

[see Jnnis 

Ensler Catharine, 1 60 Lombard 

Enters Lewis, innkeeper and gunsiockmaker 54 
Callowhill 

Entrikin Thomas, grocer corner Spruce iind Sixth 

Ephraim Samuel, shingledresser Kunckel above 
Noble 



£PH ESS' 

Ephraim William, carter, Wiley's court 

Eppelshcimer Lewis Sc Co. sugar refiners 168 n. 5th 

Kppelsheimer Lewis, sugar refiner i59 Vine 

Lpplee Andrew- gentleman 11 north Seventh 

Krben Henry, nierchant 22 north Fifth 

Erdman Charles, sworn interpreter 317 Arch 

Erdman Charles A. printer 317 Arch 

Erdman Henry, carpenter 317 Arch 

Erhart Adam, coachspringmaker Wood n. 8th 

Erich George, merchant opposite 40 s, 8th 

Erichson C. sea captain 15 Mary (vS) 

Erman Elizabeth, next 11 German 

Erman Wm. smith 146 north Third 

Erringer Frederick, shoemaker 57 Mulberry 

Erringer Jacob, shoemaker 125 New 

Ervin Moody, labourer 194 north Fifth 

Erving David, late carter Grissel's alley 

Erwin and Jackson, stablekeyoers 3 s. 7th 

Erwin John, carpenter 259 s. 4th [.vee Irivine 

Erwin John, Fourth above Browne 

Erwin John, hatter, back 57 Budd 

Erwin Robert, st:\blekeeper 31 n. 8ih Sc 5 s. 7th 

Erwin Samuel, carpenter 15 Fuller's alley 

Erwin Samuel, carpenter 6 Cre||pn's alley 

Erwin Mrs widow, 31 north Eighth 

Erwin widow of Thomas, 257 south Front 

Erwin Margaret, storekeeper 1*9 Plum 

Esher Conrad, saddler, back 26 north Ninth 

Esher Conrad, bricklayer James' 

Esl.er Jacob, taylor 54 n. fifth 

Eslierick widow of George, baker 9 north Fifth 

Esherick Joseph, hairdresser and bleeder 15 n. 4th 

Jfcsler Benjamin, turner 68 s. 5th &c Library street 

Esler George, carpenter Coxe's alley 

Esler James, grocer 236 Cedar 

Esling Nicholas, brickmaker and city commissionep 

464 Sassafras 
Esling widow of Nicholas, 8 south Fifth 
Espey Martha, boardinghouse I I North alley 
t Essex Richard, shoemaker Chesi.ut n. sch. 5th 
Essig Christian, baker 485 north Third b* Kufiekel 

.n«ar Tammany 

t. 



. EST-— -E\^ A 

listell Daniel, taylor 4 Chancery lane t5*24 n. Water 
Eslell Daniel E. grocer, back 43 north Water and 4 

EUVeth's alley 
Ksterlon Andrew, rigger 229 Cedar 
Estill Briton, stablekeeper 20 Bread street 
Etinger Wm. bricklayer 142 north Eighth 
Etris Christiana, widow 130 north Fifth 
JEtris Samuel, tavernkeeper 426 south Second 
J5tris Wm. tavernkeeper S.W. cor. 2d ^ Lombard 
jEtter George, coachmaker 148 south Ninth 
i^tting Reuben, late auctioneer 287 Chesnut 
-Eugenie Madame, 152 south Fifth 
-Euneck Tho. carpenter Buttonwood above CharFes 
JEusenberry Joseph, smith Nicholson's court 
Huston Wm. mariner 17 Passyunk 
iivans Abel, lumber inspector 24 Callowhill 
JS vans Ann, widovy,. lot U above Filbert 
jgvans Ann, boardT^ house 67 Cedar 
itvans Benjamin, grocer 10 north Fifth 
i'Jvans Britton, 241 Mulberry 
i?;vans Cadwallader, merchant 60 n. 8th 
Evans Cadwr. M- storekeeper Hamilton Village 

[see Evens 
^'^vans Cadwajil^k? and Robert I. flour, plaister,and 

salt stoje", ^4 High near Twelfth 
Evans C^dirallad^, merchant 358 High 
^vans Ci^vlotteJ^antuamaker 448 north Second 
i?!vans ^Ji^vid, sh(?e vender Pegg st. 
Evans^^vid and Joseph, shoestore 242 High 
y^vans'ZJavid, cabinet and Venetian blind maker 115 

and 215 Arch 
Evans Edward, shopkeeper 156 north Fourth 
' -^ns Edward, plaisterer c^* measurer of plastering 
iuy/i-^- ., (3f N^iith ^ Maple above Race 

. "^"^Im^" ^.^^^keeper 341 High 
Evans ^;l^J^' fj^^^ ."^ ^r^, ^c. 1 14 Spruce 

Evans ^ Fisher, P'^lp^" ' ^K.,n^nm*«; row^ 

Evans GrifRth, 163 Walnut ,bansom s row; 
Evans Henry, marmer 2 Crab ,, 

t Evans John, chan- driver ^0 PcwteiRl_a^^^er alley 
l^ans John, lumber inercbant 14o n. Sixth 



EVA— EVE 

E^ans John,ivoiTbuttonmakcrFrankfor(l road ne: •- 

Queen 
Evans John, carpenter 2 i Callowhili 
Evans John, merchant 58 s. Second 
Evans John, sign painter 114 Spruce 
Evans John B. taylor 56 Race 
Evans John C. ironmonger 140 s. Fourtii 
Evans John F. Columbian inn Laetitia court 
Evans Jonathan, lumber merchant, yard Orangi, 

dwelling 102 Union 
Evans Joseph, shoestore 242 High 
Evans Joseph R. merchant 101 Pine 
Evans Josiah, taylor 20 Appletree alley 
Evans M. mantua maker 49 Meade alley 
Evans Mary, widow 125 Pine 
Evans Mrs. widow 1 5 South alley 
Evans Owen, stonecutter 392 n. Front 
Evans Oliver, iron founder Sc steam engineer, cou- 

ner Ridge I'oad (Jf Vine, ^311 Sassafras 
Evans Peter, tavcrnkecper 26. s. 6th cor. Carpenter 
Evans widow of Peter, blacksmith 50 Zane 
Evans Robert, carpenter 58 Chester 
Evans Robert T. lumber merchant 30 n. Ninth 
Evans Samuel, sea captain 264 s. Front 
Evans Thomas, taylor 106 n. Front 
Evans Thomas, taylor 19 s. Tiiird 
Evans Thomas, labourer Bedford 
Evans Thomas B. young ladies academy 66 Dock 
Evans Thomas, Cedar above Eleventh 
Evans widow of Edward, milkwoman 25 n. Tenth 
Evans ^ Weaver, lumber merchants 6Ln is>' Noble 
Evans William, shopkeeper 479 n. Second 
Evans William M. clock is^ watchmaker 309 High 
Evans William S. accomptant 25 Newmarket 
Evans William, druggist, &c. 134 s. Front 
Evenden Miss, dress maker 156 Pine 
Evenden Thos. L. piano forte manuf. 218 Walnut 
Evenden Thos. L. jun. teacher of the piano folte 

2 1 8 Walnut 
Evens Isaiah, laboiirer 15 Oak (S.) 



Kvens Whittoii, merchant 88 s. Wharves i^ 213 
Spruce [^see IL-vans. 

Everhart Abraham, innkeeper 298 n. Second 
Everbart Abraham, carpenter 255 Sassafras 
Eveihart David, coachmaker 151 n. Sixth 
Evcriiart John, labourer Federal above Second 
Everliart Martin, painter, Sec. Petj;fj str 
Everhart liebecca, M'idow 63 n. Tenth 
Everitt John,, slioemaker 5 York court 
Everitt Jonathan, harnessmaker 4 Gilles' alley 
Everly Adam, perfumer ksf comb manufacturer, &7 

Chesnut 
Everiy Jacob, labourer 9 1 n. Water 
Everly Jacob-, hatter 415 s. Front 
Everly Jane, shopkeeper 41 5 s. Front cor. Catharine 
Everly Mrs. of Henry, 72 n. Sixth 
Evers Ferdinand, merchant 280 Sassafras 
Eves Josepli B. 56 n. Second 
Ewing James, mate 22 Little Water 
Ewing- James S. apothecary, ^c. 209 Chesnut, 
Ewinc^ Mrs. nurse 362 n. Front * 

Ewing- Mary, gentlewoman 72 Geort^e (S.) 
Ewing Samuel, attorney at law 80 Walnut 
Ewing- widow of Wm. 56 s. Eleventh 
t Exeter Phiilis, washervv'oniafi 88 Gaskill 
Exley John, sinith 92 Vhie <^ Brewer's alley 
Eyde Paul, coiifcctioncr 52 Tammany- 
Eyre Franklin, shipbuilder Beach near Hanover 
Eyre George, shipbuilder Beach near Hanover 
Eyre Isaac, sliipbuilder Beach above Maiden 
Eyre Jehu, sliipbuildcr Beach near Hanover 
Eyre l?" Landell, boatbuildcrs Pcnn corner Maiden 
Eyre Manuel, merchant 28 south Wiiarves cjt' 278 
Chesnut, ^ Beach near Hanover {^nee Ayres, 
Eyre ^ Massey, merchants 28 s. Wharves 
Eyre Nathan, taylor corner Water iJf Pligh 
Eyre Thos. B. shipliuilder corner Maiden <sf Pem'i 
Eyres Abijah, mast maker Beach near Maiden 
Eyres John, {grocer 318 n. Second 
Ezekiel E. J. quill manufacturer back 246 n. 2d 



j^AB FAR 

I'abean Joseph, mariner 168 Shippui 

Fable Frederick, grocer 70 Dock 

Fable George, labourer corner Noble and Sixth 

Fable John, baker Goforth Alley 

Fabry Mrs. teacher 151 Mulberry 

Facemire Mrs. of John, back 39 Tammany 

Fagan Augustine, printer and bookseller, 133 South 

Front 
Fagan Daniel, painter, &c. 40 New 
Fagan F.lizabeth, mantua maker 71 Locust 
Fagan Michael, tavernkeeper Laeiitia court 
Fagan Wm. shoemaker, Beach N. high bridge 
Fagienbush Dederick, cordwainer 458 north Second 
Fagundas George, superintendant for N. liberties 

55 Browne 
Fagundas George, jr. carpenter .1 llh above Race 
Fagundas Jacob, brassfounder 52 Brown 
Fairchild Abel, labourer 61 Christian 
Fairchilds & Alexander, fruiterers 16J High 
Fairchilds Marcus, fruiterer 96 N Third 
Fairlamb Hannah, widow 219 Lombard 
Fairman G. designer and engraver 28 Sansom 
Fairman Jabez, combmaker 1 19 Green 
Fairy Elizjibeth, shopkeeper 134 Coats 
Falbright lll^vtin, baker 54 Green 
Falconer John, shipwright 177 south Front 
Falker Geo. shoemaker 89 north Sixth [ire Faulkner 
Falknier Joseph, laflies sftpemaker 1 19 S. Second 
Fannen Anthony, gentleman 244 south Seventh 
Farl Mary, Spruce N. sch. 4lh 
Farley James, taylor 105 Cedar 
Farley John E. potter 468 Sassafras 
Farley Peter, distiller and bottler 10 Vernon 
Farmer Margaret, widow J 37 south Ninth 
Farqiihar Mrs. of George, Sansom above Kightli 
Farr Martha, mantua maker Markoe's court 
Farr-William, wheelwright Broad above Race 
Farran Margaret, widow Beach near Marlborough 
Farran Thomas, shipwright. Beach n. Marlborough 
Farrand Wm. P. Chesnut next Academy of fine art$ 
Fa reday John, Shackamaxon 
i Farrel Richard, shopkeeper 156 south Fifth 

A a 



FAR FEN 

Faries Wm. taylor 21 Walnut Isee Fearres 

Farries Wm. caner 28 Chester St. 
Farris Edward, teacher 86 south Front [see Ferris 
Farris widow of Charles, corner of Chesnut, and 

sch. Fifth 
jParris widow of Elijah, 260 south Third 
Farrouilh Andrew, and Co. merchants 217 High 
Fassitt James, merchant four doors west of Second, 

south side of High 
Fassitt Thomas & James, merchants s. w. corner of 

Second and High 
Fassitt Thos. merchant 7 s. 9th Isee Fans, b* Foiuc, 
Faulkner James, plaisterer Clifton Isee Falker 

Faunce Christian, shoemaker 6th above Poplar 
/'^aunce Christian, fisherman cor. Hanover 8c Queen 
Faunce Christian, jun. fisherman Queen n. Bishop 

l^see Founce 
Faunce Henry, caulker 237 St. John 
Faunce Jacob, fisherman Bishop . 
Faunce Jacob, constable 72 Coats 
Fausset E. storekeeper 221 south Second 
Faussett James, brickmaker Blackberry alley B. 

Walnut 
Fawcatt Elizabeth, widow Fromberger'spourt 
Fawkes Richard, tavernkeeper 14 Stravirbcrry 
Fay Josiah, printer above 323 Callowhill 
Feable Anthony, tailor 85 north Fifth 
Fearon James, soap and candle factor 93 Walnut 
FediVon Joseph, soap and candle factor 104 Plum 
Febiger Elizabeth, 217 Chesnut 
Fee Margaret, seamstress back 134 south Eighth 
Fee Robert, shipwright Swedes alley 
Feeney Patrick, printer Farmer's row {^see Finney 
Feinour George, cooper 49 & 84 south Water 
Feinour Joseph, tinsmith 112 north Water 
Felker Philip, brewer 12 Elbow lane 
Fell John T. mariner Mifflin's court 
Fell Jonathan, jun. mustard factor 74 south Front 
Felt John, ship carpenter Prime below Second 
Fennell Willium, merchant upper 55 n. Thu'd 
Fenner John, tobacconist 152 north Water 
Fenner Peter, tobacconist back 203 north Third 
Fenner Elizabeth widow, 4 1 Christian 



FEN FIC 

Fennimore James, carpenter* Torr's court 
Fennimore Samuel, yeoman 37 Gretn 
Fennimore Samuel, jun. shoemuker 23 Noble 
Fennimore Wm. iron merch.ant 100 north lifih 
Fenton x\nclrew, sailmakcr Summerl's* wharf and 49 

Callowhill 
Fenton James, biscuit baker fallow hill st. wharf 
Fenton Charlotte, shopkeeper 50 Penn 
Fenton Peter, shoemaker ^05 C'cillovvhill 
Fenton Susan, boarding house Brooke court 
Fenton Thomas, ladies* shoemaker 38 Sassafras 
Ferguson Benjamin, taylor 15 Mulberry 
Ferguson Christy, shopkeeper 141 Pine 
Ferguson David, shipwright 46 Browne 
Ferguson Rebecca, widow 18 Elfreth's alley 
Ferguson Eben, justice of the peace 40 George (S.) 
Ferguson George, soap boiler Elmslie's alley 
Ferguson George, trunkmaker 540 north Third 
Ferguson Col. Hugh, 220 Spruce 
Ferguson James, stone cutter Sheaff's alley 
Ferguson James, biscuiibhker 12 Pear 
Ferguson Jesse, cordwainer High w. sch. Eighth 
Ferguson Jesse, plaisterer Watson's alley 
Ferguson John, sea captain 304 south Front 
Ferguson Robert, shoemaker Juniper near High 
Ferguson Samuel, shipwright 253 north Second 
Fernagus John Lewis, bookseller, kc. 98 High and 

8 Brewer's alley 
Fernandis Joseph, dealer, 244 south Front 
Fernald widow of Abraham, George near Tenth 
Fernon Rev. John, Frankford R. n. Queen 
Fernsler John, grocer High near sch. Sixth 
Ferre widow of John, 17 Springeit alley 
Ferris Benjamin and J. M'Elwee, clock and watch- 
makers 20 north Second [See Far vis 
Ferris Thomas, weaver 108 Plum 
Ferry Francis Peyre, gentleman 15 Browne 
Fersume Jacob, cabinet maker 321 Race 
Fest Christian, taylor 84 north 1 bird 
Fetters James, labourer Hanover near Prince 
Fichter Catharine, shopkeeper corner sch. Eighth 
and Race 



FIC FIN 

Ficbtner Godfrey, peelmaker 80 Plum 
Fick Frederick, cauiker 490 south Second 
Field Barton, i>rocer 5 & 7 High Sc 13 n. Fronl 
Field Christiana, widow \27 Walnut 
t Field Cyrus, oysterman S36 south Fourth 
F'ield 5c Fobes, storekeepers 60 north Second 
Field Isaac, jun. mercliant 43|^ north Front 
Field John, carpenter Marlboroug-h near Bedford 
Field John, merchant 175 Walnut (^.Sansom's row) 
Field John, jun. merchant 13 south Front and 175 

W^alnuf 
Field Mrs. layer out of the dead, 137 Spruce 
Field Mary, cake baker back 130 north Fifth 
Field Mrs. of Stephen, Whitehall st. 
Field Nathan, merchant 74 north Front 
Field F. gardener 3d below Carpenter (S.) 
Field Peter, gardener Irish lane near Cedar 
Field Peter, taylor 137 and 139 Spruce 
Field Peter, labourer Thirteenth above Sassafras 
t Field Peter, labourer 8 Stamper's alley 
Field Thomas S. and Isaac, jun. merchants 43| 

north Front -' 

Fieldintr Robert, coachmaker 252 and 254 High 
Fiezel Eli, card maker Miller's alley 
Fife William, reedmaker cor. sch. Third and High 
i Figaroe Joseph, coachman Davidson's court 
Figner Andrew, taylor 115 north Second 
File D. silverplater 62 Tammany \see Fhile tjf PJile 
i'illette M. L. board;!)g house 129 south Second 
Fillinger Godfrey, labourer back 175 Coats 
Filson Ann, maniuamaker 40 New 
Fimple Jacob, book binder 50 Brewer's alley north 

Third 
Fimple Philip, shoemaker 50 Brewer's alley 
Finch Elizabeth, widow tavernkeeper 7 Chesnut 
Fincli William, cordwaincr Carpenter st. (C.) 

Fink Adam, stocking-weaver Germantown road n. 

Fourth 
Fink George, stocking-weaver cor. Third and Ger- 
mantown road 
Fink Jacob, stocking-weaver 26 North alley 



FIN FIS 

rinkbine Frederick, ladies' shoemaker Thirteenth 

below Chesnut 
Finkbine J. shoemaker 1 1 6 Sassafras 
Finlaw Low, labourer Stewart's alley 
Finley Anthony, bookseller cor. Fourth and Chesnut 
Finley Francis, upholsterer 64 south Front 
Finley James, teacher 227 Mulberry 
Finley John, hatter 273 north Front 
Finley William H. grocer 232 south Seventh 
Finn John, smith 104 Walnut 
Finn John, taylor 189 south Front 
Finn John G. baker 2 10 north Second 
Finney Charles, carpenter 20 Pear 
Finney Justice D. musician cor. German Sc Fourth 
Finney Patrick, taylor 5 1 south Water 

[see Phinney and Feeney 
Fii*eng Jacob, shoemaker 209 north Second 
Firth Preston C. carpenter 28 Ann (N. L.) 
Firth Thomas, merchant 86 High 
Fisher Abraham, sawmaker 23 North alky 
Fisher Abraham, flour and feed store Fourth above ' 

Browne 
Fisher Andrew, hatter 25 and 26 Hipch 
Fisher Ann, widow 183 south Second 
Fiiiher Ann, victualler York road near Tammany 
Fisher B. shoemaker 2 Library st. 
Fisher Charles, cut nailor cor. Eighth and Vine and 

25 north Nkith 
Fisher Charles, printer 25 north Ninth 
Fisher David, painter &c. 187 Mulberry 
Fisher Elias, tavernkeeper High Bridge (N. L.) 
Fisher Elizabeth, cake baker Black horse alley 
Fisher Elizabeth P. widow 170 Chesnut 
Fisher Francis, dyer 126 north Fifth 
Fisher Francis, wharf builder Beach n. High Bridge 
Fisher Cieorge, fisherman Hanover near Bedford 
Fisher George, corder at Race st. wharf 
Fisher Hannah, widow Vine n. TwtU'ih 
Fisher Henry, labourer Race n. Broad 
Fisher Jacob, labourer sch. Eighth n. Vine 
Fisher Jacob, carpenter 49 Brown 
Fisher Jas. C. merchant 99 S. Front ^ 277 Chesnut 

A a2 



PIS FIS 

Fisher James, carter 17 Fitzwater 

t Fisher James, smith 24 /farmer's alley 

F'isher John, hog victualler Buttonwood n. Charles 

Fisher John, labourer back 122 north Eleventh 

Fisher John, carpenter 1 Little Pine 

Fisher John, victualler Garden above Callovi'hill 

Fisher John, victualler 50 Charlotte 

Fisher John, blacksmith Spruce n. sch. Seventh 

Fisher John, labourer back 510 north Front 

Fisher John, labourer sch. Eighth near Vine 

Fisher John, labourer Hanover near Bedford 

Fisher J. N. lace and fringe weaver 121 Mulberry 

Fisher John, labourer Queen n. Frankford road 

Fisher Jonathan, oysterman 219 north Second 

Fisher Mary, widow back 88 north Front 

Fisher Mary, nurse 47 north Sixth 

Fisher M. thermometer maker 105 north Second 

Fisher widow of Malachi, 185 Coats 

Fisher Redwood, bookseller 30 south Fourth 

Fisher Rebecca, gentlewoman 306 Chesnut above 

Eleventh 
Fisher Robert, mariner Frankford road near Queen 
F'isher Robert, carpenter 7 Kunckel 
Fisher Samuel, carter back 121 north Fourth 
Fishej: Samuel I. merchant 208 Chesnut 
Fisher Samuel R. merchant 27 Dock & 1 10 S. Front 
Fisher Samuel W. merchant 290 Chesnut 
F'isher Thos. 8c Miers, stave yard back 19 Swanson 
Fisher William, shallopman 16 Mary (S.) 
Fisher William, carpenter Twelfth near Race 
Fisher William W. merchant 99 south Front 
Fishwater Elizabeth, widow 15 Coates' alley 
Fisler Elizabeth, tayloress 403 north Fourth 
Fisler Jacob H. taylor 157 north Second 
Fisler Jacob juh. smith Callowhill above Garden 
Fiss Daniel, carpenter 210 north Eighth 
Fiss Henry, tanner Fourth above Tammany 
Fiss John, grocer 21 north Eighth 
Fiss Dr. Joseph, Race n. sch. Eighth 
Fiss Joseph, sailmaker 25 Crab 
Fiss Mary, widow 473 north Third 
Fiss Mrs. nurse 205 north Eighth 
Fiss Samuel, cabinetmaker 214 south Sevetlla 



FIS FLA 

Fiss Sarah, milliner 8 south Fifth 

Fiss William, sailmaker 160 iShippen 

Fister Catharine, groctr 2 Callowhill 

Fistler widow of John, Poplar near St John 

Fitch Thomas, lumber merchant S. E. corner ninth 

and Cherry 
Fitche John, labourer Fourth near Poplar lane 
Fithian Thomas, mate 189 south Front - 
Filler George, morocco manufacturer 511 north 

Second, dwelling Poplar near Third 
Fitler Jacob, tanner and currier 5 1 \ north Second 
Filler Jacob, jun. tanner above 550 north Third and 

5 1 1 north Second 
Fitler Wm. tanner S; currier corner Otter & Second 
•f Fitz D. waiter Sixth near Carpenter 
Fitzgerald David, mariner 20 St. Mary 
Fitzgerald George, cooper 1 6 Cedar 
Fitzgerald Jesse, innkeeper, 69 Sassafras 
Fitzgerald Reran, stablekeeper 13 8c 15 Marshall's 

alley 
Fitzgerald Margaret, widow 85 New 
Fitzgerald Mary, mantuamaker 88 north Fourth 
Fitzgerald Robert, pump and blockmaker 10 and 1-2 

Little Water 
Fitzgerald and TomliiJ, oak coopers 12 Penn 
Fitzgerald Thomas, shoemaker Third below Car- 
penter (S.) 
t Fitzgiles Jacob, wood sawyer Apple st. 
Fitzpatrick John, victualler Queen near Cherry 
Fitzpatrick Mary, seamstress 279 St. John 
Filzrandolph E. widow Germantown road n. Sixth 
Fitzsimmons Richard, trader 123 south Water 
Fitzsimmons widow of Thomas, 220 Arch 
Fizel Ann, widow 74 south Fifth 
Fizel Lewis, carpenter Prince near Crown 
Flake Benjamin, millwright 28 Elizabeth 
Flake George, painter 198 Mulberry 
Flanagan James, carpenter Broad above Sassafras 
Flanagan John, paperhanger Frawkford 
Flanagan Stephen, pilot 444 south Front 
Flanagan widow of Wm. 403 north Fourth 
Flanders John T. gardener Poplar above Third 



FLA FL« 

Blaxbart Lewis, porter 29 Buttonwood 
Fleetwood Cafitaiuy 33 north Fifth 
t Fleming T. carpenter Garden above Vine 
Fletcher Edward, coach trimmer LyndalFs court 
Fletcher E. mantuamal^er i53 Mulberry- 
Fletcher Hannah, Locust above Twelfth 
Fletcher and Gardiqer silversmiths and jewellens 

S. E. corner Fourth and Chesnut 
Fle*^cher J. bookbinder 164 Pine 
Fletcher Rebecca boarding-house 127 Mulberry 
Fletcher Thomas, jeweller S; E. corner Chesnut k. 

Fourth 
Fletcher Wm. late coach maker 153 Arch 
Fleury Eli, grocer corner Third and Union 
Flick Andrew, currier 72 Crown 
Flick Andrew, labourer 137 Swanson 
Flick George, blockm.tktr 144 "north Water and 

M'CuUoch's court 
Flick William, labourer Wood near Duke 
Flickquire David, carpenter 24 German 
Fling Daniel, clock and watch maker 82 north 

Fourth 
Fling Edward, painter and glazier Tammany st. 
Fling Susan, boardinghouse 113 Chesnut 
Fling William, painter, Scc^ 39 Keys alley 
Fling William, jun. painter, &c. 59 Key's alley 
Flinn John, mariner 505 south Second 
Flinn Michael, labourer back 39 Prime 
Flinn Robert, plaistcrer 216 north Sixth 
Flinn widow, fruiterer 12 Pewterplatter alley 
Flint John, coachmaker 210 Mulberry 8c 13 Filbert 
Flintham widow of^John, gentlewom>>n 91 Vine 
Flintham Wm, merchant back 139 north Water & 

55 north Fourth 
Flood — farmer Callowhiil near sch. Third 
Flood Wm. labourer back 346 north Second 
Florence David, boutbuilder 183 south Second- 
Florey Mrs. widow 277 north Front 
Flory Augustus, meixhant 75 south Front 
Flower John, 45 Swanson 
Flower Thomas, pilot 58 Almond 
Flowers C. cedar cooper back 89 CaUowhill 



J?LO FOR 

Fiowers Thomas, 28 Vine 

Floyd Solomon, labourer 1^3 Christian 

Flyder Catharine, shopkeeper 2 18 Cedar 

Fobes Geo. W. storekeeper 60 n 2d [see Forbes 

Fodrey Joseph, Qiariner 29 south Water 

Foering Al)raham P. saddler 138 north Third 

Fcering Frederick, justice ol" the peace 2 16 n. Third 

Fcering Samuel 8c Frederick, curriers 228 n. Second 

Fcering Samuel, currier 228 north Second 

Fogal Nicholas, wood sawyer 447 north Third 

Fogal Nicholas, mariner 32 Penn 

Foggey S. milliner 231 south Second 

Folkmar Flenry, tinplateWorker 94 north Seventh 

FoUin A. F. wax candle manufacturer Sixth above 

Poplar 
Folweiler John, innkeeper corner Callowhill and 3d 
Folwell and Ashburner, merchants 55 north Front 
Folvvell Frederick, watchman Smith's court 
Folwell Mrs- of Robert, Cooper's court (N. L.) 
Folwell Rachel, widow 95 Callowhill 
Folwell Samuel, miniature painter 32 Vine 
Folwell Thomas, taylor 125 Arch 
Folwell Wm. merchant 233 Mulberry 
Folwell Wm. jun. merchant 20 Key's alley 
Fombelle Gabriel, grocer 306 north Third 
Foor Jacob, labourer Christian below Fourth 
Foose Matthias, shoemaker 59 Green 
Foot John, shoemaker 224 south Second 
Foote James, carpenter 8 Heyde's court 
Foote Lewis, bricklayer 6 Little Pine 
Fopless Jane, back 44 Spruce 
Forbes Arthur, shipwright 14 Mary (S.) [see Fobet 
Forbes Jared, shoemaker 70 Christian 
Force Mrs. of Peter, 490 south Second 
Ford Elizabeth, boarding house 151 Spruce 
Ford Jacob, wheelwright 166 north 8th 
Ford John, merchant 19X) Sassafras 
Ford Mrs. boarding house 10 Fromberger's couvt 
Ford Peter, cabinetmaker 191 south Third 
Ford Philip, carpenter 206 north Sixth 
Ford Philip, shipwright Frankford above Queen 
Forde Edward, plaisterer sch. Seventh n. Race 



FOR FOS 

Forde widow of Joseph, eor. Frankford road k Otter 
Foi'de widow of Standish, 24 north 6th 
Fordham John, shipwright Beach near Bishop 
Fordham Richard, shipwright Beach near Bisiiop 
Fordice John, bookseller 368 north Third 
Forehand S. baker Fitzwalter near Sixth 
Forepaugh Benjamin, carpenter 269 north Third 
Forepaugh widow of Frederick, carpenter 269 n. 3d 
Forepaugh George, carpenter 83 St. John 
Forepaugh Wm. carpenter 299 Callowhill 
Forepaugh widow of Jacob, 14 Kunckel 
t Forge Jacob, waiter back 130 north Fifth 
Forgrave Wm. bootmaker 81 Cedar 
Forman Isaac, grocer 310 Vine corner-.Chestef 
Forman W'm. carpenter Rose alley (C.) 

Forquare sandman 26 Spruce 

Forrest Thomas, constable George above Tenth 

Forrester Catharine, widow 100 Mulberry 

t Forrester Michael, woodsawyer 72 Christian 

Forsberg Mary, widow Thirteenth above Filbert 

Forsberg R. widow Thirteenth above Race 

Forst Abraham, hardware store 22 1 north Third 

Forsythe/fsaac, carpenter 64 south Sixth 

Forsythe James, labourer 9 Gray's alley 

Forsythe Robert, Frankford road near first gate 

Fort G. drayman Jonesi alley (N. L.) 

Fort Sarah, boarding house 387 north Front 

t Forten Jas. sailmaker 95 s. wharves £c 92 Lombard 

Fort€scue Sarah, shopkeeper 310 squth Second 

Fortune George, blacksmith 244 south 4th 

t Fortune John, hairdresser 384 south Second 

t /^orlune John, woodsawyer Shippen near Seventh 

/^ortune Michael, lottery office 39 Walnut 

/'ortune Waller, saddletree maker /''rankford roiu': 

above Queen 
-Fosset James, corner Lombard and Third 
t /'"ossett John, sailmaker Juniper lane 
-Fosset Ezekiel, cabinetmaker 353 north Third 
i'osier Isaac, carter 16 York court 
i^ostcr Jane, widow 1 50 south Water 
Foster John, caulker Cherry near Duke 
^ Foster John) labourer, 12 Locust 



FOS FOX 

Foster Mrs. widow, back 239 S. 2d 

Foster jRebecca, widow batk 20 Kunckle 

Foster Robert, grocer cor. German and 4th 

Foster Silas, sea captain 36 Almond 

Foster Silas jr. mariner bnck 1 2 Christian 

Foster Thomas, inn and ferry keeper Arch st wharf 

Foster Wm. merchant 22 Vine 

Fotterall Stephen E. 115 Lombard above 4th 

Foudray Wm. mate 4 Gray*s alley 

Fougeray Rene J. smith &C. 97 n. 2d 

Foulk Graft, tobacconist r:y5 St. John 

Foulk Martin, carter 4th above George 

Foulk Mrs. 106 north Eighth 

Foulke Caleb, steel manufacturer, 195 Spruce 

Foulke Charles, merchant 181 High Isee Faulk 

Foulkrod M. baker 58 New Market 

Founce Conrad, fisherman Queen near Bishop [see 

Faunce 
Founce Geo. shipwright Queen near Marlborough 
Founce Isaac, shipwright Hanover near Queen 
Founde Andrew, drayman 349 Mulberry 
Fountain Wm- sea captain 103 Swanson 
Fouquet Lewis, tavernkeeper cor. 10th and Cherry 
Fourestier E. distiller 180 Coats 
Fournier H. F. merchant 69 Walnut and 80 s Front 
Fousatt John B. and Q,o. inquire 115 Spruce 

[«fc Faussett 
Fousatt widow of J. W. 115 Spruce 
Foust Henry, saddler back 219 north 2d 
Foust Henry, watchman, Broad n. Cherry 
Fow Jacob, victualler, Spafford st 
Fow John, "J "^ 

Fow Henry, I victuallers Shackamaxon 
Fow William, J 
Fowler B. labourer Taper alley 
FowleiT Enoch, storekeeper 44 n. Sd 
Fowf^r Joseph, tailor Rose alley n. Coats 
Prowler Robert, ferryman 405 n. 4th 
Fowler Samuel, ropemaker, 19 Hopkins's court '• 
Fowler Stephen, shoemaker Germaniown road n. 4th 
Fowler Thomas, shallopman 22 Small 
Fox Ann widow, Fenn. n. Maiden 
Fox Ann widow, seamstress 13d Spruce 



FOX FRA 

Fox widow of Adam, 4th above Browne 

Fox Christian, weaver 106 Green 

Fox Christian, cabinetmaker Hoffman's alley 

Fox Edward, secretary to American fire insm'ance 
company, office and dwelling 101 Chesnut 

Tox widow of Francis, 175 n. 3d 

Fox George, gentleman 274 Chesnut 

Fox Geo. caulker, Queen n. Shackamaxon 

Fox George, tinplate-worker 3 U n. Sd 

Fox Hannah, spmsttr 6 s. lOth 

Fox James, fruiterer 2 Pewterplatter alley 

Fox John, carpenter 107 Budd 

Fox widow of John, brickmaker 365 Mulberry 

Fox Joseph, morocco dresser Arch n» ISth and 7- 
n. Front 

Fox Justinian, 108 n. Third 

Fox Lewis, baker 25 Julianna 

Fox Mary, huckster 22 1 Callowhill 

Fox Mrs. widow 84 Budd 

Fox Martha, milHner 17 s. Front 

Fox Michael, brickmaker 12 n. 9th 

Fox Michael, shingledresser 129 Callowhili 

Fox Samuel, brickmaker 37 Filbert 

Fox Sarah widow, gentlewoman 23 Sansom 

Fox Sarah, widow 191 n. 2d 

Fox William, shotmaker Mulberry n. Sch. Front 

Foxhill Thomas, victualler 21 Fitzwalter 

Foy Michael, tailor 1 1th below Locust 

Frale Mary, mantua-maker, 291 s 4th 

Fraley Enoch, shoemaker 306 n Front 

Fraley Frederick, inquire 17 Church alley 

Fraley Jacob, merchant 191 High 8c 17 Church alley 

Fraley Jacob, biscuit baker 198 Cec^ar 

Fraley John U. baker 17 Church alley 

Fraley Jesse, sea captain 251 s. 7th 

Fraley Joseph, plaisterer Old York R. n. Coats 

Fraley Peter, nailor 189 ht. John 

Fraley widow of John, 189 St John 

Francis Ann, gentlewoman 154 Chesnut 

Francis Hannah, nurse cor. Christian and 3d 

Francis Henry, tanner Poplar above St. John 

Franci* John, carter Maria st. 



FRA FRE 

Erancis widow, seamstress 3 1 Powel! 
Francis John, carter Race above 12th 
Francis John, shoemaker 272 south 5th 
Francis Michael, mariner 38 Christian 
Francis Maria, seamstress 220 south 4th 
Francis Thomas W. merchant 77 s. 4th 
Francis VVm. comedian 70 north 8th 
Franck George C tobacconist 217 north 2d 
Franck Jacob; tailor 293 Callowhill 
F'rank Adam, m. d. 4th above Coats [see Franks 
Frank Christian, painter 8cc. 479 Uace and 94 n. 1 Ith 
Frank Francis, tanner Lily alley- 
Frank John, labourer 195 ^t. John 
Frank John, labourer 410 south 2d 
Frank Lewis, labourer cor. Race and 1 1th 
Frank widow of Henry, cor. 4th and Bro\vne 
Frankford widow of John, 275 south Front 
Franklebury Sarah, widow M'CulIoch*s court 
Franklin John, drayman 79 Budd 
Franklin Lemuel, bootmaker 59 south Third 
Franklin Lydia, widow 328 N. Fvowt 
Franklin Nathaniel, sea captain 2 Norris' alley 
Franklin Wm. cabinetmaker 2 52 south Seventh 
/^ranks Catherine, widow 479 north Second 
jPranks George, tanner and currier Noble near 4th 
/^ranks Jacob, tanner Noble near 4th [stf Frani- 
/•Vanks Jacob, jun. carpenter Noble near 4th 
iPranks John, watchman Broad near Wuhiut 
i^raser Andrew, grocer 437 north Second 
/'Vaser Thos. carpenter Poplar above Third" v. 
/'Yasier F^manuel, carpenter 53 George (S.) 
/"rasier Wm. rigger M^Culloch's court 
i'Yazer Ann, widow 159 south 5th 
i'Yazer Robert, attorney at law 1 73 Chesnut 
jFrazier Anthony, carpenter Blackberry alley be- 
tween Locust and iipruce 
/'razier John, thread manufacturer 5th near Queen 
/"razier John, thread maker 5th near Queen 
-Frazier widow of Hugh, 195 north Front 
/'razier widow of Wm. mate 2 1 Cedar 
/"reas Joseph, carpenter Hamilton village 
Frederick George, shoemaker Wood (K.) [«fe Frie 

Bb 



FRE FRE 

/'rederick John G. instrument maker 84 N. I Ith 

/'Vederick Wm. woodsawyer Steinrmetz court 

/'Yederickson Conrad, tobacconist 79 Callowhill 

Frederickson F» A. blacksmith 79 Callowhill 

/^rederickson Godfrey, grocer 2 1 2 north Second 

i^redrickson 8c Hester, sugar refiners 214 N. 2d 

Pree Benjamin, storekeeper 199 north Second 

i^ree Edward, carter 34 1 north Third 

i^ree Samuel, cabinet-maker 7th below Cedar 

i^ree Samuel, carter Laurel-st. (N. L.) 

/^ree Wm. painter, 8cc. 363 N. 2d and 39 Green 

i'Veed David, 148 north 4th 

Freed Geo- and Anthony, looking-glass frame and 

cabinet-makers back 29 Green 
i^reed Geo. cabinet-maker 1Q6 Coats 
/"Veed Henry, innkeeper 150 north 4th 
i^reed, widow of Jacob 14 York court 
i^reehuUer Geo. shoemaker Germantown R. n. 4th 
i^reeland John, shoemaker 31 German 
i^reeman Benj. chairmaker Cedar cor. 12th 
i^reeman Catharine, widow 180 north Water 
-freeman Edward, taylor 9 1 north Water 
/'Veeman Henry G. attorney at law 32 south 5th 
i^reeman Isaac C, shoemaker 6 Garrigues' court 
Freeman Jepthu, shoemaker 9 -Fayette 
Freeman and Pierie, carvers and gilders 68 Chesnut 
t Freeman Samuel, woodsawyer St. Mary n. 7th 
i^reeman T. B. commission merchant 65 south 

Front, dwelling 289 Chesnut 
/"reeman T. W. carver and gilder 68 Chesnut 
/regler Wm. blacksmith 4th near Poplar 
/'Veil Patrick, labourer 27 Hurst [see Friel 

/"reilley Jesse, sea captain 74 n. 7th [^see Frailey 
French Abigail, storekeeper 181 south Second 
French Charles, merchant 237 Mulberry 
French Charles C. merchant 48 north Front 
French Daniel, engineer and machine-maker 452 

north Front 
French and Harker, merchants 48 north Front 
French Jonathan, carpenter Merritt*s lane 
French Richard, labourer 261 north Front 



FRE FRY 

Frenaye Mark A. merchant 150 Mulberry 

i'Veno Paul, boarding-honse, Sec. 135 south Water 

i^reshmuth Jacob, tobacconist 209 Callowhill 

i^reshmuth M. cedarcooper 158 High 

t /freshwater Argyle, hairdresser 26 south Water 

i'Vetot George, labourer 20 Small 

i^rew Archibald, merchant 239 Mulberry 

i^reymuth Benj. printer 1 Bell's court 

i'Veymuth Wm paper-hanger 1 Bell's court 

i'Veytag Daniel, potter 192 S. 5th cor. Small 

i^reytag Michael, justice of the peace 204 s. 5th 

/'reytag Catharine, grocer 354 north Third 

i^rick Henry, printer 208 north 6th 

Frick Jacob, accomptant 208 north 6th 

Frick Michael, brassfounder 364 north Third 

i^ricke i^rederick, cabinetmaker 406 north Second 

i^ricke Henry, grocer 241 High 

i^ricke Jacob, brickmaker 4th above Poplar 

Fricker John, cabinetmaker Lily alley, and cor. 2d 

and Green 
Fricker Joseph, late grocer 362 north Second 
Fricker Nicholas, carpenter corner Beaver and 2d 
Friday Catharine, washerwoman n. 30 Callowhill 
i^riederisch Gerhardt N. at 77 Walnut 
Friedlein John A. grocer 166 south Sixth 
Friend Isaac F. milkman George corner Tenth 
Friend John H. tobacconist 334 High 
Fries Conrad, watchman sch. 8:h n. Arch 
Fries John, merchant next 2 south Third [see Freqs 
Fries John, jun. next 2 south Third 
Frinkbine Frederick, shoemaker 4 16 Sassafras 
t Fritcher Anthony, mariner Portland lane 
Fritz Christopher, baker 176 Pine 
Fritz Geoige, blacksmith Germanlown U. n. 3d 
Fritz Peter, stonecutter 220 Sassafras 
Frontis J. Bte. gentleman 7o south Second 
Frost Danl. mariner Queen n. Shackamaxon 
Frost Mary, nurse 127 New 
Frowert John, shoemaker 84 north 5th 
i^ry George, chairmaker 28 Flfreith*s &lley and 8^ 

north i^ont 
Fvy Henry, taylor I Elbow lane 



FRY FUR 

Fry Jacob, cordial distiller 109 north Second 
Fry John H. shoe vender 16 Cable lane & 88 High 
Fry John, potter 74 north 4th and 136 Sassafras 
i'Vy John, block and pumpmaker 139 north Water 

and 34 Klfreith's alley 
Pry Joseph, 1 6 Cable lane 
Fry Nathan, carpenter 8 Bread 
/■Yy Robert, shoemdker Lily alley 
Fry William, printer, office 52 Prune dwelling 181 

south F'ihh 
i^ryburg Jacob, victualler 57 north Eighth 
/^ryburg widow of John, victualler 51 north Eighth 
i^ryer Eve, shopkeeper 348 north 3d cor. Green 
i<'uehrer Christian, weaver Alban ' 

-Fulgard Jacob, carpenter 54 Chester 
-Mullen James, grocer 45 Shippen 
/'uUen and Sykes, grocers S. W. cor. 3d and Cedar 
i^uller Abraham, caliinetmaker 22 1 north Second 
i^uller John, pilot 452 south i^ront 
Fullerton Aaron, shipwright Hanover 
i^ullerton Alexander, storekeeper 37 High 
Fulleiton and Biddle, storekeepers 52 south 4th 
i^ullerton E. gentlewoman 28 Queen 
Fullerton Mrs. of James, 267 north i^ront 
./^ullerton Robert, shipwright Warren 
/'^ullerton Spencer E. storekeeper 52 south 4th 
FuUerton V. boardinghouse 113 Mulberry 
i'ulmer Caspar, carter 23 Budd 
Fulmer i'Vederick, 216 St. John 
Fulmer John, carpenter 155 Green 
Fulton George, accomptant 67 south F'lkh 
i'ulton John, shopkeeper 46 Xammany 
i^'ulton Janits. grocer 387 south i'Yont 
i'uiton Mark, carpenter Prosperous alley 
Fulton Samuel, grocer 257 High and 38 n. Sixth 
y^ultz Elizabeth, widow 27 Coats 
^ultz John, carpenter 25 South alley 
-^underwaith Jacob, grocer 212 Cherry 
i'unston Thomas, labourer Spruce above Tenth 
/'"urlong James, grocer 2 LitUe Water 
/'urman Joni^than, smith 63 and below 8th Locubc 



l?t;R GAL 

f ilrman Adaline, ladies boardinghouse 97 N. Ninth 

/"'urst M. dye sinker and seal cutter 145 south 3d 

-Furey Charles, weaver Prosperous alley 

jPurey James, soapboiler 5th above Noble 

/'ury John, shoemaker 6 1 Walnut 

i^urey Patrick, shoemaker 268 south i^ifth 

/^urze James, merchant 9 Norris* alley 

i^uss John Adam, baker /'ederal above Second 

/^ust William, upholsterer Noble near i^ourth 

i'yan John, shoemaker 39 Coats 



Gabel John, carpenter 23 Browne 

Gabel Peter, jun. cat-penter 75 Budd 

Gabel Pctfer, carpenter 13 Browne 

Gabel Samuel, carpenter cor. 2d and Browne 

Gaddeau Joseph, shallopman Cherry n. sch. 7th 

Gagjel Philip, printer back 313 north Third 

Galbraith widow of Andrew, trader 58 Artillery lane 

Galbraith Hugh, saddler back 46 Arch 

Galbraith Hugh, labourer 157 Shippen 

Galbraith Patrick, clock 8c watchmaker 36 CcdaP 

Galbreth Robert, carter 1 19 Queen (S.) 

t Gale Ann, whitewasher Spruce above Eighth 

Gale Anthony, captain in U S. army, s. FrontN. E. 

corner of the navy yard 
Gallagher widow of Andrew, sea captain 98 s. 5th 
Gallagher A. M. chinamerchantyl 16 north 2d 
Gallagher Bernard, taylor 74 north Walef 
Gallagher Bernard, grocer 30 south Sixth 
(Gallagher Daniel, labourer 247 Cedar 
Gallagher Hugh, labourer 256 Lombard 
Gallagher James, shoemaker 17 Wjlhng's alley 
Gallagher James, labourer back 135 north Water 
Gallagher Mary, seamstress Middle alley, n. 7ih 
Gallagher Patrick, stone mason 5 Spafford st 
Gallaher Jacob, ivory turner back 4 Oak (S.) 
Gallaher James, m. d. 37 s. 5th cor. Library 
Gallaher Thomas, flour merchant 15 n. Twelfth 
Gallaher Wm. &c Thomas, flour merchants 325 High 
Gallaher Wm. flour merchant 72 south Eleventh 

Bb 2 



GAL GAR 

Galland John, engraver 1 5 Spiinget alley- 
Gallant Susan, widow Webb*s alley 
Gallard Peter & Co. jewellers 1 13| north Third 
Gallaspey Hannah, widow 276 south Front 

Gallengee 101 north Ninth 

Gallespy John, grocer S. E. corner Pine 8c Sixth 
Galloway John, taylor 328 south Front 
Galloway widow of Joseph, sea capt. 254 south 3d 
Galvin John, sea captain 1 9 I Walnut 
Gambell James, grocer 471 south Front 
Gamble Alexander, hatter 7 Gray's alley 
Gamble Cyrus, carpenter 99 Budd 
Gamble James, merchant 200 Spruce 
Gamble Samuel, labourer Lombard n. sch. Seventh. 
Gamble Thomas, worsted manufacturer German*' 

town road near the first gate or 2 1 s. 4th 
Gambol John, labourer back of 277 south 5th 
Garaper Michael, cedar cooper 274 south 5th 
Gapper Mrs. gentlewoman 218 Chesnut 
Garcia Dominick, 160 south Third 
Gardee John, shoemaker Hanover near Queen 
Garden Robert, weaver Eleventh near Vine 
Gardette James, dentist 75 Walnut 
Gardiner Edward C. sea captain 19 Vine 
Gardiner Jas. sea captain 341 south Second 
Gardiner James, bargeman Mifflin's court 
Gardiner John, sea captain 34 1 south Second 
Gardiner John, jun. merchant 20 Pine and 38 soutii 

wharves 
Gardner Alexander, shipwright 413 south Second 
t Gardner Charles, shoemaker Sansom's alley 
Gardner G. R. £c Co. merchants 30 n. Second 
Gardner George R. merchant Fromberger''jr court 
Gardner Henry, coach maker 299 Vine 
Gardner Jacob, grazier 293 Vine 
Gardner James, carpenter Litle's court 
Gardner James, shoemaker 198 Lombard 
Gardner James, tavernkeeper 140 south 8th 
Gardner John, boatbuilder 29 Becks' alley 
Gardner John, blacksmith Oak (N. L.) 
G'ardner Mrs. of George, 17 Coates* alley 



GAR GAR 

Gardner Nathaniel D. sea captain 38 Almond 
Gardner Rachel, 63 Arch 

t Gardner Richard, waiter Eleventh near Lombard 
Gardner Robert, coach painter 41 Keys* alley- 
Gardner Sidney, goldsmith 78 south 4th 
Gardner V^alentine, skin dresser 291 Vine 
Gardner Wm. sea captain 24 Vine 
Gardner widow, gentlewoman 1 south Fourth 
Garesche Gabriel, mercTiant 202 Spruce 
Garesche J. P. merchant 229 High 
Garesche V. M. merchant 229 High 
Garesches & Ravesies, merchants 229 High 
Garey Edward, shoemaker 160 south 5th 
Garlanger Henry, bricklayer Kunckel n. Tammany 
Garlick Joseph, cotton spinning factory corner Vine 

and sch. 2d 
Garllow Shavelier, taylorand goldsmith 72 s. Front 
Garman Jacob, breeches maker 30 North alley 
Gurneit Michael, carpenter cor. Wood and Julianna 

and 26 Ann (iN. L.) 
Gamier J. B.. hairdresser 74 south Front 
Garns John, carpenter near 33 north Tenth 
Garren Anthony, goldsmith 2'^0 south 7th 
Gurretson Eliakim, storekeeper 76 N, 4th 

l^see Garrison 
Garretson L. Sc H* C. Sc Co. storekeepers iO s. 2d 
Garrett E. gentlewoman 184 Chesnut 
Garrett John, farmer Buck road n. Passyunk 
Garrett Levi, tobacconist N. W. corner i^roat 8c 

Drawbridge Dock 
Garrett Philip, clock and watchmaker 144 High 
t Garrett Richard, porter 22 Sugar alley 
Garrick Elizabeth, widow Shield's alley 
Garrick John, plaisterer Cherry above Thirteenth 
Garrick Mary, widow 77 south Eleventh 
Garrigues Benjamin F. merchant 1 19 Pine 
Garrigues Wm. measurer of carpenters' work and 

C=ty regulijfior 39 Cherry 
Garring Michael, labourer Wood (K.) 
Garrison Abm. hairdresser 220 N. Front 

[see Garretson 



GAR~^GAW 

Garrison Benjamin, labourer 122 Browne 

Garrison Catharine, widow 241 N Front 

Garrison Clement, carpenter Broad below George 

Garrison John, harness maker 2 14 south 5th 

Garrison John, grocer 1 12 north 2d 

Garrison Jonathan, mariner Mirritt's lane n. 5th 

Garrison Joshua, oysterman 169 south Front 

Garrison Mary, millener 60 n. 6th 

Garrison Mawer, and Co. grocers 1 12 north 2d 

Gartland James, accomptant 7 north 4th 

Gartland John, china merchant 71 south Front 

Gartley John, teacher 19 Cherry 

Gartley Mrs. widow back 28 Spruce 

Gartley Wm. master rigger 62 Penn 

Garven James, dealer 131 Plum 

Garvin Ann, fishingline 5cc. maker 33 Shippen 

Garvin Margaret, back 121 Queen (S.) 

Garvin Robert, carter Lombard n. sch. Eighth 

[sf(? Oii'van 
Garwood and Chambers, shipjoinera 247 Swiinson 
Garwood John, saddler 8cc. Maiden 
Garwood Richard, sea captain 25 Catharine 
Garwood Wm. shipwright 468 south Front 
Garwood Wm. jun. shipwright 549 s. Front 
Gaskill Benjamin, bookbinder. 13 Gray's alley 
Gaskill Ebenezer, storekeeper 278 n. Second 
Gaskill Edmund, ladies shoemaker 120 Walnut • 
Gaskill Uriah, carter Beach ne.ir High Bridge 
Gaskill Wm. shipjoiner 429 south Second 
Gassey James, stevedore 188 Lombard 
Gatchel Joseph, smith Carpenter st (C.) 
Gates Nathaniel, shipwright 23 Beck's alley 
Gauff" John, shoemaker 38 Charlotte 
Gaul Frederick, brewer 15 1 &c 147 High 
Gaul Richard, sea captain 23 1 south Front 
Gaun George, shoemaker Margar^tta 
Gauny Nicholas, gunsmith 174 soiilh Second 
Gavin George W. printer 2 Clawges* court 
Gavett Benjamin, caulker back 12 Christian 
Gaw Chambers, gentleman 409 south Front 
Gaw Gilbert, Windsor chairmaker 84 north Frdnt 
Gaw John, drayman 323 Cailowhill 



CAW GER 

Uaw and Patterson, cabinet and chairmakers 84 n. 

Front 
Gaw Robert, chairmaker 179 and 280 s. Second 
Gawn Jacob, carpenter U. S. Arsenal 
Gawn John, smith cor. Marlborough and Queen 
Gawn Peter, smith Poplar lane below 2d 
Gay lord Enos, batter 12 Chancery lane 
Gebler A. tea store 14 north Fifth 
Gebler Godfrey, lavernkeeptr 82 Dock 
Gebler Matthias, accomptant 138 Mulberry 
Geiger Martin, jun. ropemaker Marlborough near 

West 
Geiger Martin, baker Frankford road near Orange 
Geisse Philip, merchant 49 north Third 
Geisse William, merchant 28 north Third 
Geisse widow of William, 25 north 4th 
Geley Peter, 163 north Front 
Gemeny Naomi, widow 183 Spruce 
Generelly i^eury, milliner 2 north 6th 
Geniher Chas. labourer 262 St. John's [see Ginther 
Genther George, victualler 42 Budd 
Genther John, taylor 43 Union 
Genther John, innkeeper Mulberry near Eleventh 
Genther Joseph, victualler 42 Budd 
Gentry Robert, shipwright Noble above /'ront 
Gentry Samuel, shipwright 271 St. John 
George Anthony, grocer 206 south Second 
George Charles, oakcooper 196 and 153 S. Water 
t George Daniel, labourer Cedar near Twelfth 
George Edward, merchant 35 6 High 
George John, haircloth manufacturer corner Ches- 

\ nut and sch 4th 
George Joseph, currier 90 n. Eleventh 
George Margaret, widow Cedar n. 13th 
George Matthew, cabinetmaker 329 north Third 
George Mrs. ladies' seminary 356 High 
George Peter, oakcooper 209 Callow hill 
George Richard, hatter 156 High 
George Richard, sea captain 273 south jPront 
Gerhard William, hatter 44 N. -Pront & 118 N. Sd 
German Charles, cabinetmaker 345 south 2d 
Germon Greenberry D. goldsmith 19 north Water 



GER GIB 

Germon John, goldsmith, &c. 12 Quarry 

[^see Garmaji and Jarmart 
Germon Thomas D. paperhanger and print carver 

158 north 9lh 
Gernon Patrick, merchant 2 1 6 Walnut 
Gerrish Le'V'i, flour merchant 52 Coals 
Gesh John, oakcooper 9 Shippen 
Ge5,t John, flour merchant 302 High \see Guest 
Gethen John, silversmith 170 s. i^ront [see Githen 
Gethen widow, boardinghouse 170 south i^ront 
Getz, widow of i^rederick, gunmaker 158 St. John 
Getz Geo. A. victualler 156 St. John \_see Gcetz 
Getz Henry, woodsawyer Noble n. Third 
Geyer, widow of Andrew, 329 Race 
Geyer Andrew, jun. inspector of customs 28 Branch 
Geyer John, mariner 220 Lombard 
Geyer John, gentleman 195 south 4th 
Geyer John, alderman 122 north 3d {^cee Guier 
Geyer Simon, regulator of dry measures 329 Race 
Ghegan James, shoemaker 86 south Third y 
Ghriskey Lewis, gunsmith Kunckel n. Tammany 
Gibbons David, bargeman Mifllin's court 
Gibbons E. P. bonnetmaker 86 Mulberry 
Gibbons George W. scrivener 2 1 Wood 
Gibbons and Hains, office for the purchase and sale 

of real estate 163 Chesnut 
Gibbons Joseph, conveyancer 149 south Tenth 
Gibbons Rachael, widow back 198 north 2d 
Gibbons Samuel, fruiterer M'CuUoch's court 
Gibbs Benjamin, gentleman 31 Mulberry 
t Gibbs George, rigger Smith's court 
Gibbs J. W- merchant 3':: south 4th 
Gibbs J. W. jun. merchant 32 south 4th and 34 

north 8ih 
Gibbs Job, carpenter 79 Green 
Gibbs John, printer 125 Pine 
Gibbs, Mrs. of Josiah, shallopman 82 Green 
Gibbs Wm. merchant 32 south 4th 
Giberson M, M. 8c E. milliners 71 Mulberry 
Gibson Alexander, labourer Broad near Vine 
t Gibson Benjamin, labourer 156 Svvanson 
Gibson George, blacksmith 325 north Third 



GIB GIL 

Gibson Jacob, tinplateworker 113 Shippen 
Gibson James, attorney at law 78 Walnut, office 61 

south 4th 
Gibson James, distiller Passyunk corner 6th 
Gibson John, hatter 28 High and 48^ north Sd 
Gibson Margaret, tutress Elmslie's alley 
Gibson Mrs. widow 137 south 6th 
Gibson Wm. tobacconist cor. Fitzwalter and Shaf- 

ford 
Gibson Wm. B. tinplateworker 92 north Third 
Gideon George, chairmaker 33 Vine 
Gideon Henry, victualler 193 north 8th 
Gideon Peter, skindresser Callowhill above 8th 
Gideon Rebecca, boardinghouse 14 Cherry 
Gifford Mary, mantuamaker 349 south Front 
Gifford Robert, carter Twelfth near Pine 
Gifford Thomas B mate Maiden st 
Gihon James, printer 58 Union 
Gihon John H. taylor 33 German 
Gilbert Conrad, cabinetmaker 39 New Market st 
Gilbert David, carpenter 4 north 6th 
Gilbert Frederick, merchant 190 Mulberry 
Gilbert and Grambo, merchants 163 High 
Gilbert Jacob, taylor 139 Sassafras 
Gilbert John G. taylor 83 north 2d 
Gilbert John, merchant 44 Dock 
Gilbert John E. saddler and trunkmaker 
Gilbert John, labourer 550 north Third 
G-lbert Joseph, carpenter 20 Chester 
Gilbert Joseph, umbrellamaker 158 High 
Gilbert Magdalin, shopkeeper 74 south Water 
Gilbert Michael, potter 9 Branch 
Gilbert Peter, labourer Hickory lane n. 6th 
Gilbert Peter, shoemaker 8th above Buttonwood 
Gilbert Samuel, tobacconist 208 north 2d 
Gilbert, widow of Stephen, taylor 53 Duke (N. L.) 
Gilbert and Wessell, merchants 44 Dock 
Gilchrist L. widow 40 Sansom 
Gililer John, carpenter 149 s. 9th 
Gilderbleevs Richard, grocer 47 Passyunk cor. 5th 
Gildner Fredk A. cabinetmaker 70 Callowhill 
Giles Charles, labourer 1 5 Fayette 



GIL GIL 

Giles Hannah, nurse 29 Noble 

Giles Wm. accomptant 19 Green 

Gilkey John, carter Relief st. 

Gilkey Wm. watchman Smith's alley 

Gill Bennington, naarchant 4 Mulberry court 

Gill Edward, merchant 305 Mulberry 

Gill Elizabeth, grocer corner Shippen and Third 

Gill James J. 8c i'Vances, storekeepers 26 s* 2d 

Gill Nicholas, shipjoiner 393 north -Front 

Gill Rachael, washerwoman 135 Spruce 

Gill S. carter i^rankford above Queen 

Gill Thomas, labourer 44 Green 

Gill Thomas, cabinetmaker 45 Pine and 10 Cypress 

alley 
Gillagin Thomas, victualler Weaver's alley 
Gillan Thomas, labourer west of Permanent bridge 
Gillasspy George, m. d. 90 south 8th 
Gilles Robert, weaver Lombard n. sch. 8th 
Gillespie Wm. oakcooper 20 Cedar 
Gillet Wm. shipwright Prime above 2d 
Gilliams Lewis, surgeon dentist 35 M*»lberry 
€hlliard John, shoemaker corner 3d and Lombard 
Gillies Theodore, combmaker59 New 
Gilligan George, brewer 10 Elbow lane 
Gilligan Michael, bricklayer 102 Plum 
Gilliland James, carpenter 500 south Second 
Gillin Daniel, carter 254 s. 6th 
Gillingham Geo. professor of music ?,04 Sassafras 
GilUngham James, hatter 175 south /Irbut 
Gillingham Joseph, merchant 83 High 
ijillinghamsand Randolph, merchants 83 High 
Gillingham M. merchant 6 Church alley and B"}- 

High 
Gillmer James, merchant 113 High 
Gillon John, laylor 128 north Eleventh 
Gil man Amos, grocer 4th above Callowhill 
Giiman Lydia, milliner 59 Arch 
Gilmer E. grocer 373 Mulberry 
Gilmnr George, boarding house 16 Strawberry 
Gilmore Elijah, mn-keeper 454 Race 
.Qilr». >i'e ("ieorge, accomptant Brewers alley n. 3d. 
CiliAore Hugh, shoemaker 3d n. Germamown R. 



GIL GLE 

t Gilmore Jacob, waiter 123 south Sixtli 
Gilmore James, labourer 200 Shippen 
Gilpin Dynes, grocer High near Juniper 
Gilpin & Clay, livery stable-keepers Harmony street 
Gilpin John, stable-keeper '^27 Ohesnut 
Gilpin Joshua & Thomas, merchants 149 s. Front 
Gilpin Thomas, merchant 1 4 Dock 
Gimer Mary, widow 483 north Third 
Ginnings John C. potter 59 Tammany [see Jennings 
Ginnings 8c Moser, potters 310 north Second 
Giont Jacob, labourer 41 Duke (N. L ) 
Girard Stephen, merchant 23 north Water 
GiruJon James, sea captain 17 Key's alley 
Girlling Wm. late taylor 73 Pine 
Girvan James, taylor 195 Chesnut [see Garvi7i 

Girvan John, currier 21 Chesnut 
Gise John, smith 61 north Fifth 
Gismire Jacob, tailor 37 New Market street 
Githens Delaplain, bricklayer 6 Pennsylvania avenue 
Githins Elizabeth, widow 4 Vernon [see Getheii 
Githins Samuel, fruiterer 28 High 
Givin Wm. carpenter Cedar n. Eleventh 
Glading John, oakcooper corner of Penn and Pine 
Glading Joseph, nailer 197 St. John and 93 Coats' 
Gladney David, watchman back 57 south Water 
Glasgow James, plaisterer Pine above Tenth 
Glasgow John, Pine street wharf 
Glasgow Wm. grocer Pine-st. wharf, south side 
Glass Samuel, Klmslie's alley 
Glasscoo widow of James, weaver 524 north Front 
Glause Samuel, carpenter 60 Cherry 
Glazer David, nailer 191 St. John 
Glazier John A sexton 7 \ Crown ^ 

Glazier Henry, shoemaker 356 north Third 
Gleason Jonas, carpenter Poplar alley 
Glen James, m. d. corner of Prune and Fifth 
Glenn Benjamin, labourer Beach n. Marlborough 
Glenn Benjamin, caulker back 41 Prime 
Glenn Daniel, labourer Queen (K.) 
Glenn Daniel, caulker Queen n. Cherry 
Glenn Douglai>, shipwright Shacka naxon 
Glenn Hannah, widow, Ihirteenth below Higl. 
■^ C c 



GLE GOL 

Glenn John, boat builder near Glass house (K.) 
Glenn Joseph, sea captain 201 Spruce 
Glenn Margaret, widow Carlyle's court 
Glenn Mrs. of Wm. labourer 227 north Front 
Glenn Matthew, painter. Sec. back 120 German 
Glenn Robert, shipwright Beach n. Bishop 
Glentworth James, broker S. E corner of Walnut 

and Dock 
Glentworth PlunketF. m. d. 144 Sassafras 
Glentworth George, 281 Race 
Glett G. shoemaker 45 1 north Second 
Glinsey Patrick, grocer 62 Cedar 
Gloninger George, store keeper 223 north Third 
Gloss William, carpenter 10th n. Lombard 
t Gloucester rev John, 7th below Shippen 
Glover James, cooper, 6th above Poplar lane 
Glover John, stone cutter corner Cedar and Front 
Glover Wm. sea captain 5 Mary (S.) 
Glynn Mary, nurse Steinmeiz* court (N. L.) 
Goddard George, smith 2 1 1 north Second 
Goddard John, merchant 13 s. Water and 41 1 High 
Godfrey Andrew, victualler Juniper n. Race 
Godfrey Charles, ropemaker Passyunk n. Federal 
Godshall John, shoemaker 376 north Third 
Godshall Paul, carter Moyamensing roadn. Second 
Gceller Philip, baker 207 Lombard corner Seventh 
Goentner Leonard, smith 63 and back 73 n. 5th 
Goetz Frederick; gunmaker 163 north Second 32 
Sassafras alley l^ec Gatz and Getz 

Goetz and Tryon, gun manufacturers 163 north 2d 
GofF John, shoemaker 264 south Fifth 
Goff Thomas, shipwright Moyamensing road 
Goff Thomas, jr. machine and shuttle maker Lo- 
cust above Ninth 
Goghen Thomas, weaver corner Spruce and Schuyl' 

kill Seventh 
Gold James, labourer 346 north Second 
Goldsmit Levi M. storekeeper 170 north Second 
Goldsmith Charles, labourer 34 Swanson 
Goldsmith George, planemaker Laurel (N. L.) 
Goldsmith Jeremiah, labourer Oak (N. L.) 



GOL GOK 

Goldsmith Thomas, planemaker 385 north Second 

dwelling 438 north Front 
Goldston Mary, widow 447 north Third 
Goldtrap Mrs. widow 159 St. John 
Goldtrip Wm. carpenter Arch n New Prison 
Gomminger Mrs. shopkeeper 83 Callowhill 
Gomminger Jos. h-bourer 4th above Browne 
Gone Jacob, labourer United States Arsenal 
Goodfellow E. pastry cook 64 Dock 
Goodfellow Wm. clock and watch maker, enquire 

173 High 
Goodman C bookbinder 30 Cherry 
Goodman George F. printer 85 Callowhill 
Goodman John, justice of the peace and notary pub- 
lic 87 Callowhill 
Goodman Jonathan, blacksmith 7 Charlotte 
Goodman Phoebe, storekeeper 68 Mulberry ^ 
Goodman Samuel, carpenter 1 Bread street 
Goodrich Wm. hatter 9 Gray's alley 
Goods George, biscuit baker Coals' court 
Goodwin John, ropemaker and ship chandler, and 

agent for com.mercial line. Arch street wharf 

and i71 north Front 
Goodwin John D and E. ropemakers Sec. corner of 

Oak and Coats 
Goodwin George, ropemaker corner PassyunkSc 8ih 
Goodwin Gtoige, jr. labourer back 143 Coats* 
Goodwin Jonathan, blacksmith 9 Charlotte 
Goodwin Jonathan, tailor 261 Race 
Goodwin Samuel, 5 1 south Water 
Goodyear John, victualler James street 
Gordon x^bigaiU widow 255 north Second 
Gordon Ann, widow shop keeper High near sch. 7th 
Gordon David, carpenter 124 Plum 
Gordon Henry, grocer 165 Shippen 
Gordon Peter, mate 1 1 5 Swanson 
Gordon Peter, paper stainer Juniper near Race 
Gordon Peter, jr. mariner 18 Argyle 
Gordon Richard, shoemaker Prime above Second 
t Gordon Robert, fruiterer 60 Walnut ^s^. 

Gordon Robert, manufacturer of edge tools Prune 

near Fifth 
Gordon Thomas F. enquire corner Prune and 5th 



GOR GRA 

Gorgan Thomas, fringe weaver 236 north Front 

Gorgas George, lumber merchant 282 north Second 

Gorgas Joseph, lumber merchant Sl2 north Sixth 

Goring Catherine, 296 south Fourth 

Gorley Hugh, 502 south Front [see Gourlty 

Gorman Edward, tavernkeeper 128 north Water 

Gorman Thomas, tavernkeeper, Broad near Race 

Gort Christian, watchman Oak near Browne 

Gos Joseph, M D. 224 Lombard 

Gosling Joseph, carter Say street 

Gosner C ropemaker Federal above Second 

Gosner Frederick, carter 183 Coats* 

Gosner Joseph, potter 205 Coats* 

Gosser Jacob, fisherman Queen near Wood 

Gosser, widow of Philip, Queen near Wood 

Gottreu Henry, tavernkeeper Black Bear, Shippen 

Gouge John, storekeeper 125 Spruce 

^oukler John, carter 136 Callovvhiil 

Goul Valentine, 92 north Ninth 

Gould Calvin, distiller 54 Prune 

Gould Walter, chairmaker 141 Locust 

t Goulding Benjamin, carter Middle alley 

t Goulding John, labourer Pryor's alley 

t Goulding Manuel, waiter back 130 north Fifth 

Gouldy David and Henry, labourers Lombard near 

Schuylkill Third 
Gourdon Madame, widow, 256 south Fifth 
Gourlay Archibald, accomptant 48 Tammany 
Gourley John, grocer 38 5 north Third cofSier Coats* 
Govett Charles, merchant 251 High 
Govett Eleanor, widow 149 Mulberry 
Govett George, clock and watchmaker corner High 

and Front 
Govett James, silvet*smith 149 Mulberry 
Govett Wm. G. merchant 25 I High 
Govett Wm. J. earpenter corner Pine 8c Twelfth 
Govett Wm. treasurer of the Lancaster turnpike 

company 25 1 High 
f Govin Adam, woodsawyer Sixth n. Carpenter (S.) 
^Govving John, sea captain 5 1 Almond 
Grace *Aaron, labourer back 390 Race [see Grict 
Grace Christiana, tripe butcher Charles street 
Grace Jacob, Tenth above Race 



GRA GRA 

Grace widow of J. Brewer's alley near Fourlti 

Graff Balthasar, baker 474 n. Second 

Graff Charles, corner Mulberry and Sixth 

Graff F. manager of the water-works 22 north Sixtii 

Graff George, oak cooper 478 north Second 

Graff Henry, balance weigher Spruce st. wharf 8c 

37 north Sixth 
iGraff John, gentleman 303 Arch 
Graff Joseph, sen. victualler Lawrence 
Graff Joseph, victualler 223 N 8th 
Graff Rebecca, layer-out of the dead 190 Vine 
Graff William, taylor back 39 New-market 
Graff widow of Jacobs baker 6 Cherry 
Grafton Woodbridge, 10 Bread st. 
Graham Ann, teacher, back 124 Catharine 
Graham & Avery, druggists 258 s. 2d. 
Graham David, printer 12 Oak (S.) 
Graham Edward & Son, taylors Passyunk n. 8tb. 
Graham Elizabeth, nurse 98 Green 
Graham George, wheelwright, Kunckel n. Tam- 
many 
Graham James, merchant 3'n. 9th. Sc 327 High 
Graham James, baker 13th n. Cedar 
Graham Jane, gentlewoman 242 n. Front 
Graham John, gentleman 397 s. Second 
Graham John, at Howell 5c Pleasants Pear st, 
Graham John, cabinet-maker 247 s. Front 
Graham John, comb-maker 69 s. Eleventh 
Graham John K., grocer 289 High ^ 

Graham M. widow 260 n. 8th 
Graham Martha, widow, nurse 98 Green 
Graham Mrs. widow, seamstress 25 Walnut 
Graham Peter & Co. merchants 28 Chesnut 
Graham Peter, merchant 20 n. 7th. Sc 28 Chesnut 
Graham Sarah, druggist 258 s. Second 
Graham Thomas fie John K. grocers 289 High 
Graham William, grocer Federal below Second 
Graham William, jun. grocer Federal below 2d. 
Graham William, wholesale & retail grocer S.W- 

comer High atid Schuylkill Eighth 
Grahiam James, grocer corner 6th and Shippen 
Grambo Christian; merchant 163 High 

Cc 2 



GRA GRA 

Grandom Jolin, gentleman corner Sansom & f tb. 

Grandom Peter, cooper 278 s. 3d. 

Granger J, widow Vine n. sch. 2d. 

t Grant Abraham, labourer Middle alley 

Grant Alexander, mariner 261 Catharine 

Grant A. widow, milliner 310 s. Second 

t Grant Francis, coachman 57 Small 

Grant John, merchant 10 s. 4th. & 2 Patton's court 

Grant widow of Joseph, sea captain 1 1 Keys' alley 

Grant Margaret, widow 1 0th n. Lombard 

Grant Robert, dealer Lombard near 2d. 

Grant Robert, commission bottler 48 Lombard 

Grant Samuel, merchant 39 n. Water & 401 High 

Grant T. widow, tayloress 95 Arch 

-Grant Wm. blockmaker 62 Christian 
Grant Wm. silver &c goldsmith 387 n. 3d. 
Gratz Hyman, merchant S. W. corner Ches. ^ 7th. 
Gratz Joseph, merchant S.W. corner Ches. isi' 7th. 
Gratz Simon, merchant S.W. corner Ches. ^ 7th. 
Gratz Simon iP" Brothers, merchants 232 High 
Grauel Daniel, coppersmith 237 n. 2d. 
Grauel John, baker 334 n. 2d. 
Gravel Henry, carpenter 220 Vine 
Gravel Matthias, fiuxutter Isf puller, back 63 n. 6th 
Gravelle R. L. goldsmith 12 n Second 
Gravenstine widow of Christian, 101 Christian 
Gravenstine Conrad, labourer corner 4th ^Browne 
Gravenstine George, stablekeeper 102 Locust 
Gravenstine Jacob, baker Fourth near Browne 
Graver David, smith Buttonwood above Sixth 
Graves Bazel,tallowchandler 16 Spruce [See Greeves 
Graves Bartholomew, printer 40 n. Fourth 
Graves John, sea captain 334 s. Front Isee Groves* 
Gravy Henry, innkeeper 382 n. Third cor. Coats 
Gravy P. widow, 260 St. John 
Gray Caleb, storekeeper 116 n. Third 

_^ray David, carpenter corner Fifth if Wood 
Gray David, shoemaker 24 Budd 
Gray Edward, merchant 58 Dock ^ 100 s. Front 
Gray George, Juniper lane 
Gray Guy, mariner 265 n. Front 
Gray rev. James, teacher 3 n. Tenth 



GRA GHE 

Gray James, teacher 35 1 n. Third 
Gray John, taylor 50 s. Water 
Gray Jolin, carter Juniper n. Vine 
Gray Joseph, drayman Poplar n. Budd 
Gray Lloyd, taylor Kunckel above Noble 
Gray Peter, carter Smith's court 
Gray Richard, sea captain 26 Union 
Gray Robert E. brewer 24 south 6th 
Gray Robert, drayman Poplar n. Budd 
Gray Samuel, blucksmith Rose alley (N. L.) 
Gray Samuel, combmaker 136 Locust 
Gray and Taylor, merchants 38 Dock 
Gray Thomas, carter Vine n Eleventh 

Grby , 4ih above Tammany 

Gray Thomas, cordwainer 59 Dock 

Gray and Wile, brewers 24 s. 6th 

Grjy Wm. shoemaker Poplar lane n. Budd 

G'-ay W^m. hatter Lawrence 

Gray Wm. shoemaker Currant alley 

Gray and Wylie, teachers academy Locust above 5th 

Gray Z. shoemaker 6 St. Mary 

Gready Thomas, shopkeeper 356 s. 2d 

Grear Andrew, victualler 250 n. 8th [see Gre^'r 

Grear Jacob, victualler 289 n. Sih. 

Grear John, miller 9^ n. 'i bird 

Grear J. victualler Mulberry alley 

Grear John, jun. victualler Garden 

Grear John, victualler 307 n. 8th 

Grear Joseph, morocco dresser, Walnut n. Eleventh 

Grear N. victualler 234 n. 8th 

Greaves Alex, acconiplant 376 s. /^ront [s<re Greevea 

Greaves Wm. shoemaker 198 n. 2d 

Greble widow of George, Cherry above Eleventh 

Greble Samuel W. carpenter 338 s. 2d 

Grtble Wm. bricklayer 235 s. i'lfth 

Greble Wm. carpenter bapk 396 Sassafras 

Green Andrew, blacksmith 14 Starr alley 

Green Ann Mrs. of John, Smith's court 

Green Branch, stoneware factory Second above Ge5-' 

mantovtrn road 
Green Charles, brassfounder and gilder 139 s. 9th 
Green Charles, taylor Rose alley n. Coats 



GRE GRE 

t Green Clinton, labourer St. Mary above 7th 

Green I'dward, labourer Mulberry n. sch. i^ront 

Green Elijah B. carpenter 126 Brown 

Green Eleanor, storekeeper 134 s. 4th 

Green Geo. brassfounder and gilder 139 s. 9th 

Green H grocer 397 s i^ront 

Green Isaac, mariner 15 Swanson 

Green James, sea captain Christian below 6th 

t Green James, newscarrier 157 Spruce 

Green John, sea captain 143 n. Water 

Green John", rigger back 107 Catharine 

Green John, carpenter Juniper n. Arch 

Green John, carpenter Buttonwood n. 5th 

Green John, grocer S. W. cor. 8th and Vine 

t Green John, barber 1 1 6 n. 8th 

Green Jos. plaisterer Kunckel n. Tammany 

Green rev. Lemuel, 202 n. 3d 

Green Lydia, boardinghouse 276 High 

Green Mary, widow Queen n. Cherry 

GiNsen Mary, widow Christian above 3d 

Green Peter, gentleman 37 Cable lane 

Green Richard, grocer 310n. Front 

Green Robert S. attorney at law 46 Walnut 

Green Samuel, chairmaker Christian above 3d 

Green Stephen, fisherman 135 Green 

Green Thomas, labourer Say street 

Green Wm. ferryman Tenth above Race 

Greenleaf James, office cor. Sansom and 7th 

Greenman Mary, nurse 132 Coats 

Greenwood Frederick, carpenter 8 Elfrith's alley 

f Greenwood Rumer, washerwoman St. Mary above 

rth 
Greer Andrew, smith 317 Race [see Grear 

Greer Wm. smith 24 North alley 
Greer widow of James, cornchandler 253 s. Fifth 
Greeves Thoma*, broker 54 Chesnut 
Greffin C. shopkeeper 35 Pine [see Griffin 

Gregg Eliza, boardinghouse 34 s. 6th 
€fregg Mary, mangier friends* almshouse 
Gregoire Charles, 436 n. Third 
Cregory A. L. apothecary and druggist 288 n. 2d 
Gregory Davidi paperhanger Acorn alley 



ORE GRI 

Gregory widow of John, 12 Swanson 

Gregory John, jun. cabinetmaker 156 s. 2d 

Gregory widow of Matthias, Fiizwaker above 6th 

Gregory Wm. late lumber merchant 2b8 n. 2d 

Greiner John, merchant 3 s. Water L«ce Griner 

Grelaud Mrs boarding school 105 Mulberry 

Grelit Francis, baker 73 Lombard t 

Greno Mrs. 168 Spruce 

Greverson Jacob, labourer 218 n. Third 

Grew Hugh, labourer 418 s 2d 

Grice Joseph Sc Francis, shipbuilders Penn (K.) 

( >i€f Guya Ijf Grace 
Grice Mary widow of Jonathan, 22 Christian 
Grice Mary widow of Isaac, 446 south Front 
Grice Samuel, shipbuilder cor Penn and Maiden 
GrifFee John, grocer 4th above Browne 
t Griffey Eliz;.beth, whitewasher Juniper lane 
Griffie George, mariner back 393 south 2d 
Giiffield Aaron, carter (Jld York above Poplar 
Griffin D. C. painter &c. 108 south Tenth 
Griffin Ward, 68 Dock 
Griffin Wm. marinei 32 Kunckel 
.^nffin Ward, 18 north 7th {see Grefln 

'tariffing Moses, sea captain 28 Callow hill 
Griffith Benjamin F. bricklayer cor. 7th & Shippen 
Griffith Cadwallader, cordwainer 142 south 9lh 
Griffith Caleb, merchant taylor 88 south 2d 
Griffith David, baker Quince alley below Walnul 
Griffith David, baker 271 Race 
Griffith rlijah, m. d. 108 n. 4th 
Griffith Isaac, carpenter I57s. 5th 
Griffith Isaac, carpenter & storekeeper 181 n. 3d 
Griffith John, stone cutter Filbert above Tenth 
Griffith John R. slater 6lh above Vine 
Griffith John M. bricklayer 142 s. aih 
Griffith Joseph, shipjoiner Front below Prime 
Griffith Joseph, carpenter 1 3th n. Race 
Griffith Miles, hatter 368 High n. i2th 
Griffith Robert E. merchant, compting house Bank 

alley, dwelling 106 s. 8th 
Griffith Sarah 8c Eliza, 63 Green 
Griffith Wm. teacher 90 n. 9th 



GRI -GRO 

Griffith Wm. mariner back 134 St- John 

Griffitts Hannah, gentlewonnan 8 Norris's alley 

Griffitts Matthew, shoemaker 43 Passyunk 

Griffitts Samuel P. m. d. 62 south Front / 

Griffitts Sarah, widow 174 south 5th 

t Griggas Levi, coachman Currant alley 

Griggs Sc Dickenson, printers (White Hall) Ridge r. 

Griggs Joseph, farmer Ridge n. Button wood 

Grigsby Solomon, carter Swedes alley 

Grim Catharine, washerwoman 7 1 n. Tenth 

Grim Henry, storekeeper 213 n. 3d 

Grim Mary, nurse 39 Coats* alley 

Grim Mrs. widow 466 n. 3d 

Grim Peter, brickmaker 476 n. 3d 

Grimes John, mastmaker 504 s. Front 

Grimshur Wm. mariner 97 German 

Griner John, taylor back 150 south 4th 

Griner John, jun. taylor back 1 19 Queen (S.) 

Griner Joseph, coach painter 44 Columbia avenue^ 

dwelling 76 Locust 
Grinnell Wm. plane maker 358 north Third 
Grinnell Wm. attorney at law 126 Walnut 
Grissom Sumuel, bricklayer 123 Callowhiil <> 

Grissom widow of Casper, Vienna corner Duke ' 
Grogen George, labourer Queen n. Cherry 
GroU Christian, mariner back 19 Biidd 
Grogen Margaret, nurse Rose alley below Green st 
Grosline Nathaniel, labourer 272 St. John 
Gross H. F. tobacconist 149 Cherry 
Gross George, watchman Currant alley n. Spruce 
Gross Jacob, shoemaker Twelfth near Walnut 
JSross John, shoemaker Cherry n. sch. 8th 
Gross Mrs. of Henry, Goddard's alley 
Gross Thomas, cabinet maker 14 Hurst st 
Gross widow of Jacob, Twelfth n.^ Walnut w 

Grossman John, stablekeeper 255 Vine&31 Bread st 
Grotjan Peter A. editor and printer of the " weekly 
public sale report," and " daily public sale no- 
tice," office and dwelling 77 Walnut 
Grover Christopher, mate 31 Christian 
Grover John, scu captain 66 Christian 
Groves Anthony, merchant 3 n. Front and 16 n, 7th 



GRO— GUT 

Groves widow of Christ, bricklayer 1 19 n. 5th 
Groves Daniel, bricklayer 169 Vine 

[see Graves and Greeves 
t Groves James, labourer back 9 1 Callowhill 
Groves John, merchant 86 south Front 
Groves Margaret, widow 131 Vine 
Groves Robert, mariner Shippen above 5th 
Groves Sampson, coachman Prospect alley 
Groves Wm. bricklayer 132 Callowhill 
Grow Nathanielrmariner back 364 s. 2d. 
Grubb Christopher, labourer Wood n. Queen 
Grubb Joseph, suspender maker 106 Plum 
Grugin Chas. plaisterer Currant alley n. Locust 
Grundlock G innkeeper 400 n. Third 
Gubert Joseph H. china merchant 270 n. 2d & 1 n. Sd 
Guenat and Johnston, merchants 26 south Wharves 
Guenat J. B. merchant 26 south Wharves and 230 

Walnut 
Quest A. and E. gentlewomen 17 Sansom [see Gest 
(ymtv Adam, grazier cor. Eleventh and Filbert 
Guierand Diehl, merchants 199 High 
Guier Mrs of Jacob, 270 Sassafras [^see Geyer 

Guier Wm. merchant 199 High 
Guieu and Bion, E. J. merchants cor. 5th and Pine 
Guldy Jacob, labourer cor. Thirteenth and Spruce 
Guillou Victor, dancing master 82 south 8th 
Guin Andrew, labourer back 84 south 3d 
Guin Wm. taylor 125 south Water and 82 Swanson 
Guinn Margaret, washerwoman Goforth alley <k 
Gulliiger Mrs. shopkeeper 70 Mulberry 
Gullen John, stone cutter 289 Mulberry 
Gumbes Wm. H. accomptant 75 north Water 
Gummere Jesse, shoemaker Frankford r. n. Queen 
Gumpert Abraham, merchant 259 n. 2d. 
Gun George, baker 23 Charlotte 
Gun George, baker back 5 7 s. Water 
Gurn Conrad, rigger 1 Shippen 
Gurney Francis G. merchant 199 s. Front 
Gurney and Smith, merchants 199 s. Front 
G ussier James, stevadore 188 Lombard 
Guthrie David, stonecutter 6 Fayette 
Guttery James, mariner back 14 German 



GUY HAG 

Guyger Caspar, taylor Black horse alley 
Guyger George, hatter 123 s. 9th and 144 n. Front 
Guyger James, taylor 96 n. 7th 
Guyon John, labourer Spruce n. sch. 2d 
Guyott John F. carpenter Cedar above 9th 
Guys Edward, prison keeper Eleventh below Locust 

[^see Grice 
Gwin Alexander, taylor Mary's alley 



Haars Christian, sugar refiner cor. Cherry and 

6th, and Nicholson's court 
Haas Adam, carpenter 128 German 
Haas Charles, painter, &c. 124 Coats [see Hess 

Haas Conrad, late baker 27 Appletreee alley 
Haas Frederick, carpenter 262 n. 8th 
Haas Frederick, shoemaker 1 10 Green 
Haas Frederick, stockingweaver 367 n. 3d 
Haas Henry, oak cooper 391 n. 3d [see Hause 

Haas Samuel, carpenter cor. 6th and Poplar lane 
Habbick Henry, cordwr. Moyamensingn. Wharton 
Habtrt John, cooper back 46 Spruce 
Hacker George, baker 104 Budd 
Hadder Wm. nailor 57 N. 8th 
Haddock Henry, nailor 4 Crab 
Haddock Joseph, labourer Mark's lane [see Haydock 
Hafline Catharine, widow 59 n. 4th 
Hailine widow of J. 133 n. 6th 
Haga Godfrey, merchant S. E. cor. High 8c 6th 
Hagart Ann, boarding house 2 1 Walnut 
Hagarty Charles, grocer 10 Elizabeth 
Hagen Andrew, printer Swanwick st. & 158 s. 5th 
Hai^en John, weaver r2th above Cherry 
Hagenbush Christian, innkeeper (Bull's Head) 235 

north Third 
Hager Catharine, widow 59 Coats 
Hagc-r Daniel, cordwainer 41 Duke (N. L) 
Hager Mary, widow huckster 105 Vine 
Hagerly Frederick, baker 2d below Prime 
f Hagenuan John, sweep master Middle allry 
Haggert Hoberi, cowskin maker 267 n. 8th 
irlagner Philip, mustard, 8cc. manufacturer 132 n. 3d 



HAG HAL 

Hague Andrew, milkman Hanover n.Prlncj. 

Hague Henry, caulker Hanover n. Prince 

Hague Wm. caulker Bedford (K.) 

Hahn Peter, merchant 68 and 76 n. Front 

Hahn Wm. grocer 70 n. 4ih cor. Race ^ 

Hahn widow of C 104 n. Front 

Hail Joseph, labourer George n. Twelfth 

[see Hale and I/eyt 
Hail Mahlon, carpenter Cedar above Eleventh 
Hailer Frederick, gentleman 24 Mulberry 
Haines Daniel, grave digger Cherry above Duke 
Haines Ephrainm, lumber merchant, 307 n. Front 
dwelling 32 New Market st [se eHayyis 

Haines Hannah, widow 4 Lodge 
Haines Henry, labourer Wood n. Duke 
Haines John, labourer Cherry cor. Duke 
Haines John, saddler 108 n. Eleventh 
Haines Joseph, drayman !3th above High 
Haines Josiah, boatbuilder 245 Swansou and Priine 

below 2d 
Haines Julianna, widow Marlboroug^h n Bedford 
Haines Peter, carpenter Cherry n. Duke 
Haines Philip, smith 288 Race w 

Haines Reuben, gentleman 300 Chesnut 
Hains Frederick, taylor 21 Fitzwalier & 61 Walnut 
Hains John, victualler 4th below Christian 
Hains John, shipwright Crown n. Prince 
Hains Samuel, surveyor 163 Chesnut Sc 179 Pine 
Hainzworth Dinah, seamstress Say st. 
Halberstadl widow of George, 214 n. Front 
Halberstadt Samuel, carter 5th below Christian 
Haldemon Abrm. grave digger Kunckel n. Tammany 
Hale widow of Matthew, 2 Bread st. 
Hale Samuel, shipwrigln 460 s. Front 
Hale Thomas, 284 Chesnut [«ee Hail <sf Heyl 

Haley Edward, dyer Germantown roadn. PiU 
Haley Elizabeth, widow 283 Arch 
Haley Elizabeth, dyer 2d n. Germantown road 
Halfpenny Mrs. boarding house 246 High 
Hall Alexander, grocer s. w.cor. Cedar 13* Penn 
t Hall Ashmel, labourer St. Joseph's avenue 
Hall Clement, assistant corder Emlen's courl 

t)d 



HAL HAl. 

Hall David, printer 5 1 High 

Hall widow of Edward, cabinetmakef Rose st. 

Hall Elizabethtwidow 423 High 

HafI Hannah, shopkeeper 8 Bedford (M.) 

Hall Isaac, corder Hayscale wharf (N. L.) aiid 4 

Noble 
Hall Jacob, merchant 190 High 
Hall James, accomptant Wallace's court 
Hall James, cordwainer 80 Penn 
^ Hall James, labourer Stewart's court 
Hall James, surveyor 108 s. 4th 
Hall John, merchant 108 s. 4th 
JIall John, clock and watchmaker S. E. corner 

Front and Chesnut 
Hall John, merchant 16 Penn and Pine 
Hall John, carpenter 118 s. Tenth 
Hall John, hatter 66 n. Front 
i Hall John, oysterman 72 n. 8th 
Hall Margaret, shopkeeper 71 High 
Hall Margaret, widow 286 s. Fourth 
Hall and Pierie, printers 5 1 High 
Hall Peleg, seacaptain 277 s. Front 
.Hall Richard, labourer Lombard above 9th 
fiali*Robert, carpenter Prince near Palmer 
Hall Samuel, labourer Weaver's alley 
Hall and Worley, merchants 190 High 
Hall Thomas M. merchant 44 s. 6th 
Hall Wm. printer 5 1 High 
Hall Wm. merchant '20 s. 2d 
t Hall Wm. coachman Paschall's alley 
t Hall Wm. mariner 1 1 St. Mary 
Hall Wm. C. merchant 68 s. 8th 
Hallman Geo. carter James 
Hallowell and Austin, merchants 121 High 
Hallowell Chalkley, bricklayer 15 Julianna 
Hallowell Charles, storekeeper 13 Church alley 
Hallowell George, grocer 361 and 363 n. 4th cor. 

Green • 

Hallowell J. attorney at law cor. 5th and Chesnut 
Hallowell and Satterthwaite, ironmongers 52 and 
197 n. Third f*^^ HolloweU 

//nllowell Wm. jun. ironmonger 197 north Third 



HAL HAM 

Halverson Hannah, maotuamaker 2 Stamper's alley 

Halverson James, carpenter 217 St. John 

Halzel John, taylor Rose alley r. Green 

Halzel Philip, fancy chairmaker 5 15 n, Front 

Hamel Samuel, 2 ) 8 s. 2d 

Hamel Victor, confectioner 136 High 

Hamel widow of James, shopkeeper 2 18 s. 2d 

Hamill Henry H. j^rocer and lavernkeeper 15 s. 7lh 

Hamill James, watch. man Ann st (sch ) 

Hamill James, carpenter Tenth above Race 

Hamill James, carter 4 Hartung's alley 

Hamill James, carter 5 Springet alley^ 

Hamill Jolm, carpenter Mechanic s'l. 

Hamill and Pierie, curriers 8 1 Dock 

[see Hamel and Hammel 
Hamill Robert, currier 81 Dock 
Hamilton Alexander, commission merchant 38 s. 

Front 
Hamilton Andrew, gentleman 95 a. 4th 
Hamilton Archibald, carter 500^n. 2d 
Hamilton F. & M. Rogers, storekeepers 3 s. 2d 
Hamilton Elizabeth, storekeeper 265 s. 2d 
Hamilton Gavin, tobacconist N. W. corner of Vine 

and Third 
Hamilton George, carpenter Cedar above 9ih 
Hamilton Hugh, grocer 470 and 472 n. 2d corner 

Poplar lane 
Hamilton James, gentleman 95 4th 
Hamilton Jesse, carter 246 Cedar 
Hamilton John, shipwright 6 Green ' 

Hamilton John, millinery store 9 n. Third 
Hamilton John, grocer 4 High and 22 Mulberry 
Hamilton widow of Johr, 23 Strawberry 
Hamilton John, mariner 76 Penn 
Hamilton John W. painter, &c. Leech's court 
Hamilton Mary, widow Noble near Third 
Hamilton Rebecca, widow 217 Walnut 
Hamilton Rachael, widow 1 Paschall's alley 
Hamilton Robert M. shallopman Almond st. wharf 
Hamilton Samuel, labourer 1 Little Pine 
Hamilton Talbot, teacher back 29 Church alley 
Hamilton Wm. drayman 9 Kunckle 



HAM II AN 

Hamilton Wm. cordwainer 84 n. 9th cor. Cherry 

Hi-imikon Win. mariner 368 s. Front 

Hamilton Wm. painter, &c. 1 1 I Chesnut 

Hamilton Wm. carpenter Cedar above 9th 

Hamilton Wm. carpenter Ann st. (sch.) 

Hamlet G. blacksmith 77 Green & shop Oak (N. L-w 

Huinlin Joseph, carter Frankford road n. Queen 

Hinim James, biscuitbaker 91 Lombard 

Hamm Sc Son, biscuitbakers 91 Lombard 

Hamm Wm. baker 45 Lombard 

Hamraan Philip, sui^arboiler Brewer's alley n, 3d 

Hammel Jamts, blacksmith 26 Spruce \_see Hainilt 

Hammf 11 Joim, carter 30 Sprint^et alley 

Hammer Adam, shoemaker 60 Vine 

Hammer Jacob, taylor 24 Pewterplatter alley 

ilammer Lewis, storekeeper 147 n. Third 

Hammett Jane, teacher Queen near Frankford road 

Hammett Mary, widow Shackantaxon 

Hanrimet Manuel, ropemaker 418 s. 2d 

Hammett Thomas, mate Pen>berton's alley 

Hammitt George, potter 59 Budd 

Hammon Wm merchant 167 Pine 

Hammond Elijah, ladies' shoemaker 167 Coats 

Hammond Mrs. nurse 59 New 

Hammond Solomon, taylor 52 Ann (N. L) 

Hampton Alexander, carpenter 319 Mulberry 

Hampton Samutl, shoemaker 18 Su^ar alley 

Hamscher Jacob, labourer Greenwich st. 

Hance Wm bricklayer 92 n. Front [.we If an se 

Hanchman John, brickmaker 200 Sassafras 

Hanchnj m iVlichael, brickmaker 174 Sass?ifras 

H^inckel John M. m. d 53 Coats 

Hancock Ann, milliner 37 n. 2d 

Hancock Robert, gunsmith 150 north Fifth 

Hancock Robert, siikdyer 93 Vine 

Hancocif T. lybourer back 5r)9 s. Front 

Hancock Wm. printer 37 n. iid 

Hancock V^m. carpenter 66 n Blh 

Hand Caleb, sea captain 367 n. Front 

Hand lizra, waterman 87 (Christian 

Hand James, grocer 60 s. Wharves 

Hdud Jeremiun, carter 250 north Water 



HAN ^HAR 

Hand John, jun. sea captain 4 1 Green 

Hand Margaret, storekeeper 207 Chesnut 

Handshevv VVm. coachdriver back 78 n. 4th 

Handly John, carter 2v6 St. John 

Handly Wm. rauriner back 5 13 north Third 

Haney Hannah, 229 St. John 

Hanty John, labourer Crown n. Queen 

Haney R<^(^y, labourer 13th n. Cedar 

Hanp^ary G. shipwright Marlborough n. Bedford 

Hankinson Samuel, bricklayer 175 New 

Hankinson Wnm storekeeper 18 n. Second 

Hanley John, hog victualler Laurence st. 

Hankie Wm. shoemaker 399 n. 3d 

Hann Christian, labourer Kihl's court 

Hanna Edward, innkeeper 145 Cedar 

Hanna John, sea captain 30 Elizabeth 

Hannah E. shopkeeper 190 Lombard 

Hannah Preston, labourer Spruce n. sch. Front 

Hannahs Solomon, weaver 98 Vine 

Hannigan Wm. milkman 327 s. 3d {-fee Hanagan 

Hannings Wm. shoemaker 215 St. Jolm 

Hannold (ico. taylor 49 Coales' alley ,^ 

Hannum Isaac, mariner 155 s. 5th 

HanseC. coaclimaker cor. 4ih and Walnut 

Uanse George, coachmaker 

Hanse John, 121 Walnut [^see Hanc'e 

Hanse Jeremiah, bricklayer Old York above Noble 

Hanse Samuel, bookbinder 170 s. 2d. 

Hansell and Brxutigam saddlers, &c. 24 High 

Hansel! and Iseminger, wheelwrights cor. 6th and 

Passyunk 
Hansell John, tallow chandler 336 n. 2d [see Hcnsel 
Hansell John, wheelvvHght cor. 6ih and Passyunk 
Hansell Joseph, wheelwright back 338 s. 2d 
Hansell Sarah, widow Arch above 12lh 
Hansell Sarah, teacher 47 n 7th 
Hansell W^m. S. saddler, l3'c, 24 High 
Hanse r Jacob, dealer 106 n. 3d 
Hanson Joseph, taylor Union n. 2d 
t Hanzer James, woodsawyer Shippen above 7th 
Harbart Isaac, bricklayer 160 Cherry [aee Herbert 
Harbarl John, carter 8 1 Budd 
Dd2 



HAR HAR 

Harbergcr Henry, dentist 1 1th below Walnut 
Harberger Henry, jun. copper and tinsmith Elevenlii 

below Walnut 
Harbeson Benjamin, copper merchant 75 High 
Harbeson Hugh, grocer on the Drawbridge 
Harbeson Joseph, ironmonger 180 n. 3d 
Harden John, oak cooper 253 n. Second 
Harder John G. furrier 58 s. Fourth 
Hardie David, sea captain 164 Spruce 
Hardin John, labourer Spafford 
Harding Arthur, soap boiler Brewer's alley n. 4th 
Harding Hezekiuh, sea captain 170 s. Third 
t Harding James, cooper 9 \ Coats 
Harding Joseph, blacksmith back 3 1 Prime 
Harding Joseph, lumber merchant 41 New Market 
Harding widow of Geo. 366 s. Second 
♦}• Harding Priscilla, washerwoman 7th below Shippen 
Harding Thomas, mariner Carpenter (S.J n. 5th 
Hardinge Samuel A. comedian back 18 s. 6th 
Ilardte Charles, labourer 24 Kunckel 
Hardy Mrs. of Alexander, grocer 116 German 
Hardy I'rancis A. sea captain 105 Swanson 
Hardy Hugh, teacher 234 Lombard 
Hardy John, carter ^ grocer 220 s. Front 
Hardy John C. baker 78 Spruce 
Hardy Laurence, baker 18 Spruce 
Hardy Patrick, grocer 282 s. 4th cor. Plum 
Hardy Thomas, carter and grocer 129 s. Water 
Hare Charles W. attorney at law 95 ^ 97 Walnoit 
Hare GecH-ge, 19 Powell 
Hare Margaret, widow of Robert, 108 s. 8th 
Hare Robert, porter brewer cor. Callowhill t!f New 

Market St. dwelling 272 Chesnut 
Harford John, accomptant 372 south Front 
Hargesheimer Anthony, confectioner 54 n. 4th 
Hargesheimer Samuel, (Point Breeae Inn) Banks o5 

Schuylkill 
Hargis Thomas, carpenter 24 Tammany 
Harkens IV^ary, mantuamaker 244 s. 6th 
l^arker Joseph, late bricklayer 22 Vine 
Harker Joshua, merchant 48 ^j* 102 n. Profit 
Harker Samuel, storekeeper 5i n. 2d 



HAR HAR 

Harkin Peter, grocer 4 Chesnut 

Harkins Charles, hostler Button\vood 

Harkins John, founder Cedar n. 13th 

Harkins Mrs, of James, grocer 188 Cedar 

Harkins Matthew, labourer cor. Spruce c:?' sch. 5th 

Harkins Wm. salt and coal measurer 52 Sassafras 

Harkins Wm. cordwainer 103 s. 5th 

Harkley Mary, widow 38 Budd [see Hockley 

Harlan Charles, attorney at law 1 19 Walnut 

Harlan George, carpenter Quince below Walnut 

Harlan Joshua, merchant 68 s. Front 

Harlan ^ Alice Shotwell, storekeepers 6 n. 5th 

Harlan Wm. merchant 22 Walnut Ct" 55 Union 

Harland John, merchant 140 Mulberry 

Harland John, jun. merchant 243 High 

Harley Francis, coppersmith 97 s. Front 

Harley George and Francis, coppersmiths 93 s. Front 

Hariln lidward, carpenter Tenth n. Lombard 

Harman Elizabeth, grocer 316 Sassafras 

\_see Herman llf Harlman 
Marman George, gentleman 45 n, 6lh 
t Tiarman Joseph, master sweep 165 Pine 
Harman Jacob, blacksmith 139 n. Second 
Harman John, baker 152 n. 4th 
Harman John, tobacronist Brewers alley n. 4th 
t Harman Lloyd, labourer 206 Shippen 
Harman Mary, mantuamaktr 127 New 
Harman Robert, labourer 2 57 s. Front 
Harman Samuel, drayman 40 Coates' alley 
Harman Wm, shipwright Hose alley n. Coats 
Harman Wm. male 70 Christian 
Harmar Gen. Josiah, near Gray's Ferry 
Harmer Amos, carpenter 192 Vine 
Harmer Chalkley, taylor 4ih above Browne 
Harmer Francis, carpenter 214 n. 6th 
Harmer John, caulker Queen n. Shackamaxon 
Harmer John, lastmaker 70 Coats 
Harmes James N. merchant Drinker's alley Sc 177 

Walnut (Sansom's row) 
Harmstead Catharine, boarding house 7 Elbow lane 
Harmstcad Joseph, bookbinder 7 Llbow l^e 



HAR HAR 

Harmstead Laurence, carpenter 26 Elizabeth 

Harmstead Martin slioemaker 135 n. P'ront 

Harmstead Wm. carpenter Alban 

Harned John, tinplateworker 43 High & 12 Brea^i 

Harold /^rt*. James, 17 Wiliing's alky 

Harpel David, late innkeeper 26 Old York road 

Harpel George, labourer Kidge n. Buttonwood 

Hurpel Thomas W. silversmith Pine above 9th 

Harper Abraham, smith 123 n. Fourth 

Harper , saddler 26 Branch 

Harper Charles A. merchant 1813 Pine 

Harper Christopher, grocer 87 n. 3d 

Harper James, gi'ocer cor. Locust and Thirteenth 

Harper James, brickmaker 301 Spruce 

Harper James, jun. brickmaker Walnut n. Tenth 

Harper John, cooper 21 s. Water 

Harper Mary, widow 183 Pine 

Harper Sc Maguire, grocers 205 Cedar 

Harper Patrick, grocer 'ZOS Cedar 

Harper Rachel, flour and feed-slorc 237 n. Front 

Harper, Ridgeway, and Smith, meichants 51 north 

Water 
Harper Robert, mate 12 Mary (S.) 
Harper Samuel, ta\ lor 4 i Coales' alley 
Harper Thomas, brickmaker sch. 5th below High 
Harper Thomas, merchant 467 Plii^h 
Harper Wm. flour merchant 5 Elfreith's alley 
Harpham Jonathan, storekeeper 2 ) 7 s. Second 
Harrar John, carpenter back 108 Christian 
I Harred David, labourer Fryor's alky 
Harrad Richard, co^d^A'ainer cor. 6lh and Passyunk 
Harras A. G. coachniaker Chesnut above 10th 
Harrel James M. printer 186_Lombard 
Harris Alexander M. labourer 101 Coats 
Harris Amos, cordwainer 154 Coats 
Harris Catharine, widow 157 Walnut 
Harris Charles, druggist, &c. 12 s. Front 
Harris James, sexton n. 85 s Tliird 
Harris Jane, widow, 18 St. Mary 
j Harris John, woodsawyer Smith's court 
Harris John, labourer Ciuna street 
Harris John, oystcrmanback 345 north Front 



HAR HAR 

Harris , mariner 413 souih Front 

Harris John V. cabinet maker and upholsterer 17-y 

Arch 
Harris Joseph B. bricklayer 22 Tammany 
Harris Mrs. boardinghouse 212 Chesnut 
j Harris Nathan, fiddler Twelfth below Walnut 
Harris Robert, m d 72 north Ninth 
Harris Robert, jun. drup^gist, &c. 196 High 
Harris Samuel, m. d. 212 south Fourth 
Harris-Theophilus, gentleman 208 south Front 
Harris Thomas, carpenter Tenth near Lombard 
Harris Wm. grocer Cedar street wharf 
t Harris Wm. oystcrman 48 Filbert 
t Harris Wm. porter 109 German 
t Harris Wm. labourer Bonsall street 
Harrison C. P.copperplateprinter 40 north Eighth 
Harrison F.lizabeth, widow, 203 Spruce 
Harrison Francis, grocer 453 north Second 
Harrison Geo. navy agent 19 Dock Sc 156 Chesnut 
Harrison George, cabinet maker, 83 Budd 
Harrison George K. merchant 100 Mulberry 
Harrison Henry, sea captain Beach n. Hanover 
Harrison Israel, bricklayer 19 Carters alley 
Harrison Jane, shopkeeper 11 north Fifth 
Harrison Job, shoemaker Oak above Coats 
Harrison John, chemist first gate Frankford road 
t Harrison John, carpenter Pryor's alley 
Harrison John, turner 177 south Second 
Harrison Joseph, mate 12 Noble 
Harrison Matthias, gentleman 206 Spruce 
Harrison Michael, labourer 31 Charlotte 
Harrison Rachel, widow 253 north Front 
Harrison Samuel, engraver Twelfth above Arch 
Harrison Thomas, taylor, 70 south Third 
Harrison Wm. engraver Twelfth above Mulberry 
Harrison Wm. shipwright 21 Coals' 
Harry Hannah, boardinghouse 10 Norris' alley 
Harry Rees, 50 Filbert 
Hart Abraham, storekeeper 112 north Third and 

100 Race [^nee Htartt and Ilardf, 

Hart Charles, teacher 337 Callowhill 
Hart Barney, blacksmith Poplar n. St. John 



HAR HAU 

Hart Bernard, sugar boiler George above Twelfth 

Hart James, merchant 5 5 Vine 

Hart James, smith back 78 north Fourth 

Hart John, carter Mechanic street 

Hart John, drup;gist 8 south Second & 1 95 Mulberry 

Hart John> innkeeper (Lebanon garden) Cedar op- -- 

posite Tenth 
Hart John, labourer, 186 Lombard 
Hart John, barber, Rose alley near Green 
Hart John, shoemaker '^25 Cedar 
Hart Joseph, grazier 186 north Third 
Hart Nicholas, cedarcooper 1 64 south Third 
Hart Sarah, Cherry above Eleventh 
Hart Sarah A. 256 Mulberry 
Hart Seymour, gentleman 57 Vine 
Hart Susannah, widow Twelfth below Walnut 
Hart Thomas Sc W. H. grocers 231 n> Third 
Hart Thomas, merchant 229 north Third 
Hart Wm. H. merchant 55 Vine 
Hart Wm. oakcooper Harper's wharf and 176 soutl) 

Front 
Hart Wm. Shipwright 505 south Second 
Hartel John, bricklayer 1 67 Coats' 
Hartley Daniel, tobaconist 158 north Second 
Hartley Geo. rigger Bright's wharf and 16 Noble 
Hartley John M. gentleman 55 New 
Hartley Joseph, upholsterer 272 south Second 
Hartley Mark, cabinet and chairmaker 146 Locust 
Hartley Nicholas, tinsmith 189 north Second 
Hartley Solomon, rigger 49 Browne 
Hartley Wm. reedmaker, back 208 High 
Hartline Mrs, of John, cordwainer 14 Kunckel 
Hartman Augustus, mariner Oak (N. L.) ♦ 

[see Harman 
Hartman Christian, sugarboiler 24 Poplar lane 
Hartman John, cupper and bleeder upper 43 n. 6th 
Hartman Matthias, gentleman corner Beaver and 

Pitt 
Hartman Philip, gold & silversmith 27 south Second 
Hartman S. mantuamaker, 84 Union 
Hartnett Sarah, widow, shopkeeper 5 Bedford (M.^ 
Hartnock C. brickmaker 505 north Third 



HAR HAT 

Hartnock Justice, shoemaker 473 north Third 
Hartranfft John^ harnessmaker Second near Get- 

mantown road and 124 Catharine O 
Hartranfft VVm. shoemaker back 124 Catha{ine 
Hartshorne Joseph, m. d. 276 High 
Hartshorne Pattison P. gentleman 122 IMulbtr?y 
Hartvvell Mrs. nurse 40 Vine 
Hartweil Sarah, widow, M'Cullough*^ court 
llartwig John F. musician 148 north Fifth 
Harvey Charles, merchant 1 5 south Water 
Harvey Frederick, weaver High near Third 
Harvey James, carter 288 south Third 
Harvey James, tavemkeeper 6th n. Buttonwood 
t Harvey James, rigger 1 12 Plum 
ilarvey John, plaisterer 242 south Seventh 
Harvey John, carpenter 136 Browne 
Harvey Robert, tay lor 10 Carters alley 
Harvey Sc Worth, hardware merchants 62 n. Froiit 
Harvy Peter, coachmaker 363 High 
Harwood Jeremiah, accomptant 54 Duke (N. L.) 
Harwood Mrs. tailoress 1 1 north Fifth 
Haskins Thomas, merchant 10 &c 12 south Water 

and 1 1 south Front [see HoakiriB 

Haskins and White, merchants 10 & 12 s. Water 
Haslet Elizabeth, mantuamaker 14 Quarry 
Hasletf Wm. merchant corner Front & Walnut 
Hassall Joseph, boot and shoemaker 305 s. Second 
Hassel Jacob, tavemkeeper High n. sch. Seventh 
Hassel John, shoemaker 290 south Third 
Hasstnclaver Mary, widow 70 north Seventh 
Hassinger Jacob, merchant 207 High 
Hassinger Jacob 8c Co. merchants 6 south Alley 
Hassinger and Reese, merchants 207 High 
Hastings John, turner 45 south Fourth 
Hatch James, mariner 5 16 south Front 
Hathaway Caleb, merchant 219 south Front 
Hathaway 8c Scull, merchants 28 south Whanrts ^ 
Hathwell George, comedian 148 Locust 
Hathwell George, carver and gilder 75 s. Front 
Halrick Matthew, ropemaker 567 south Front 
Hattenfield Joseph M. accomptant 129 Plum 



MAT HAY 

Hatton Sarah, teacher 67 New 
Haughey Alice, grocer 168 south Water 
HaugbA) Henry, weaver, Vine n. sch. Second 
Haupt Jacob, grocer, 143 north Third 
Haupt and Kreider, grocers 143 north Third 
Hauptman John, turner 46 Gaskill 
Hause Wm. carpenter 37 north Eighth 

Isee Hawes and Haa^ ♦ 
jjavens Joseph, carter 56 New Market street 
Haverstick Wm. jr. chinamerchant 172 High 
Haviland Cornelius, grocer 272 Cedar corner 7th 
Haviiand Jannes, bricklayer, 256 Cedar 
Haviland John, shoemaker Kunckle near Tammany 
Hawes George, 42 Union [see Hause 

Hawk Christian, hosier 440 Sassafras 
Hawk Joanna, widow, 368 north Third 
Hawk John, hosier Race below Eleventh 
Plawk widow of Josiah, mariner 322 south Third 
Hawks Wm. sea captain I Norris' alley 
Hawkins Henry, merchant 6 1 Pine, 
Hawkins widow of John, shoemaker 372 n. Third 
Hawkins Wm. shoemaker 41 Mary (S.) 
Hawkins widow of Wm. 222 south Fifth 
Hawley Lemuel, sea captain 35 Sansom 
Hawthorn Hanse, labourer Taper alley 
Hawthorn Mrs. of John, hatter Riddle's alley 
Hay Catharine, widow 30 Cable lane 
Hay John, innkeeper 124 north Fourth 
Hay Mrs. widow 121 north Fourth 
Hay dock E. plumber, &c. 5 Lodge [s^e Haddock 
Haydock Robert, painter and plumber 40 s. 2d 
//aydock Robert, &; Co. plumbers and pamters 39 

Strawberry 
Haydock Samuel, merchant 38 south Second 
Haydock Wm. painter, kc. Goforth alley 
Haydon Elizabeth, teacher 85 north Tenth 
Haydon and Stewart, fancy japanned chair and cor- 
nice manufacturers 109 Walnut 
Haydon Wm. ornamental painter 109 Walnut 
Havcs George, labourer Rachael-st. 
H-iyes John, shoemaker 262 Lombard 
Hayes John, mariner 254 north Water \s€€ Hays 






HAY HED 

iiayes Laurence, grocer 140 Cheny 

Hayes Patrick, sea captain 1 Franklin row s. l;ih 

Haylander Juliana, widow 250 s. 2d 

Haynes George, segarmaker 7 Branch ^see Names 

Hays Addis, carpenter James st. 

Hays James, jun. cabinetmaker 1 1 3 south Front 

[^see Hayes 
lays James, carpenter 183 north Front 
Hays Samuel, merchant 155 Chesnut 
Hayter James, ropemaker Germantown road near 

Budd -*" 

Hayward John, baker S.E. cor. Cedar and 6th 
Haywood H. tayloress 7 Elfrilh's alley 
Hazard Ebenezer, gentleman 145 Mulberry 
Hazard E. labourer 113 Christian 
Hazard Samuel, merchant !45 Mulberry 
t Hazard S. coachman Pine n. Tenth 
Hazel Joseph, baker Walnut above Thirteenth 
Hazelton Isaiah, trunkmaker back 312 n. 2d 
Hazlehurst Samuel, merchant 322 High 
Hazlet Hugh, planemaker Relief st. 
Hazlelon Mary, widow 15 Coates alley 
Hazzard Hap, tavernkeepcr Carpenter (C.) 
Head Joseph, gentleman 331 High 
Ileadinger Bernard, painter. Sec 244 Race 
Headman \Vm. and George, potters George near 

Eleventh 
Headman Wm. potter George above Eleventh and 

17 s. 8th 
Heard Mrs. of Thomas, sea captain 310 s. 6th 
Heard Susan, widow 13 Fayette 
Hearlt Dennis, printer? Marshall's alley \_see Hari 
Heath Charles, distiller Hamilton village 
Heatliwood Elizaljeth, shopkeeper 94 Plum 
Heatley Charles, counsellor at law 74 n. Second 
Heaton Elijah, mealman 146 Browne 
Heaton Thorpas, carpenter 9 5 St. John {see Eaton 
Hebbert John, painter, £cc. Stillhouse alley 
Heberton Georp:e, merchant 5 south Second 
Hedderly Geo. bellfounder and smith 63 and 65 s.- 

Fifih 
ifedderman John W. gardener Hudson's lanen. 8th 

£e 



HED HEM 

Hedger Thomas, bricklayer Currant alley n. Locus 
Hedges Wm. taylor 211 St. John 
Heffer John,bricknnaker sch. 8th n. Vine 
Hefron Elizabeth, seamstress 60 Shippen 
Heft John, victualler cor. Old York and George 
t Hegamin Samuel, gunsmith s. 2d 
Hegner John, hoopmaker back 358 n. 3d 
Heidenrech Frederick, boardinghouse 242 s. Fron 
Heimberger Richard, drug and chemical warehous 

200 n. 2d 

Heimer John, victualler 306 Vine ^ 
Heinold Charles, late grocer 138 Callowhill 
Heirneisen widow of Jacob, 25 n. 7th 
Heisler Peter, cor. 2d and Germantown road 
Heiss Christian, shopkeeper 10 Hopkin's court 
Heiss Joseph, cordwainer 317 n. Front and RogerSs 

court 
Heiss Wm. coppersmith 184 north Second 
Heister Isaac, m. d. 115 north Fifth 
Helay Mrs. of John, 98 Queen (S.) 
Helfenstein Rev. Samuel, 39 north Fourth 
HelfFrich Francis, taylor Callowhill above 9th 
Heller Joseph, labourer Hanover n. Prince 
Hellings Eliziibeth, widow boardinghouse 35 Pew- 

terplatter alley 
Hellings John, bookbinder, &c. 207 north Second 
Helium John, labourer back 122 n. Eleventh 
Helm Adam, rag dealer Lily alley 
Helm Christian, shoemaker 180 s. Fourth 
Helm Elizabeth, widow 34 north 10th 
Helmbold Elizabeth, midwife 18 Quarry st. 
Helmbold George, paper maker 190 south. Water 

and 191 south Front ^ 
Helmbold Henry K. publisher of the Tickler, office 

131 s. Front, dwelling 102 n. 2d 
Helmbold John C. coachtrimmer 33 Prune 
Helmuth Rev. I. Henry C. 279 High 
Helmuth Henry K. merchant 225 and 279 High 
Helmuth John K. merchant 225 High and 16 South 

alley 
Helt widow of Peter, 166 St. John 
Hem Jacob, smith Petticoat alley l^ee Hamm 

Hembel Wm. taylor 16 n. Water {sec Hamfihill 



HEM HEN , ^ 

ifembel Wm. jun. merchant 17 n. Fron\ 
Hemphill James 8c John, merchants 45 Dock 
Hemphill James & Samuel, merchants High n. 13th 
Hemphill Jane, midwife 7 3 Plum 
Hemphill Joseph, attorney at law, and president of 

the district court, n. 144Chesnut 
Hemple Samuel, tobacconist 46 n. Front 
Hemple Samuel, carter Buttonwood above Eighth 
Henchman Adam, brickmaker 27 north Ninth 

[see Hinchina-'i 
Hendel Eliz. shopkeeper 124 n. Second 
Henderson Guy, bookbinder 9 Strawberry 
Henderson James, attprney at law 15 s. Fifth 
Hcndersoa James, carpenter 106 Cedar 
Henderson Jane, widoxv back 154 s. 4th 
Henderson John, carpenter 155 n. 6th 
Henderson John, saltmeasurer 326 north 2d 
Henderson John, carpenter Juniper below High 
Henderson John, cabinetmaker 4th above Tammany 
Henderson John, grocer 31 n. 8th 
Henderson John L. mate 353 n. 2d 
Henderson Sc Jones,. Stqj^ekeepers 1 1 1 High 
Henderson John,e^neijTiaker back 29 Prime 
Henderson Joseph, m^ti■nake^ 28 Springet alley 
Henderson Mary, sch. Fsont n. Arch 
Henderson Martha, grocer 5'Strawberry 
Henderson Mary, storekeeper 59 ^ 2d 
Henderson Mrs. gentlewoman 46 *north Front 
Henderson Mrs. of S. Fiankford road near Queen 
Henderson Stephen, isilvjtpplater 1 1 and 21 n. 7th. 
Henderson Thomas, pon^r back 154 s. 4th 
Henderson Wmjun. weigher 89 Crown 
Hendrick John, mariner 328 south Front 
Hendrick Randolph, shoemaker Federal n. 2d 
Hendy Wm. sea captain 277 south Second 
Henk George D. baker 423 noith 2d 
Henley Thomas, nailor back 207 St. John 
Henley Wm. storekeeper 28 north 2d 
Henneen Benjamin, shoemaker back 126 Plum 
Hennessy Thomas, accomptant upper 25 north 8th 

[see Henszey 
Henrion S. and Co. confectioners 15 south Fourth 



HEN HEP 

Henry Ale^jander, merchant 192 High and Minor 

near 6th 
Henry Alexander, jun. and Co. merchants 192 High 
Henry Amelia, gentlewoman 1 17 Chesnut 
t Henry Andrew, woodsawyer Maria st. 
Henry Bernard, of the U. S. navy, Spruce below 4th 
Henry C. brickmaker cor. Locust and Aspen alley 
Henry Christopher, Fourth above Brown 
t Henry Cornelius, coachman Green's court 
Henry George, cordwainer back 102 Jligh 
Henry Mrs. of George I. 26 St. Mary 
Henry Hugh, merchant 83 s. 1 1th 
Henry Hugh, jun. labourer Ann st. (sch.) 
Henry John, labourer Chesnut near sch. 8th 
Henry John, carpenter Federal above 2d 
Henry John, trunkmaktr Frapkford road, shop Nor- 

ria's alley 
t Henry John, waiter 293 St. John 
t Henry John, hairdresser 131 'Locust 
Henry Joseph, gunfactory 288 and 290 n. Third 

cor. Noble 
Henry Juliana, milliner 59^.r^h 
Henry Kezia, 13 Springet alley;' 
Henry Mary, widow 3 Charlotte 
Henry Mary, shopkeeper 5 s. Third 
Htnry Peter, oysterman Fourth above Browne 
Henry William, ^ccomptant 83 s. Eleventh 
Henry William, joiner 70 Catharine 
Henry Wm. copper and.tinsmith 200 Lombard 
liensel Chas. combmi-ker 259 n. 8lh [see Hanseil 
Hensell Joseph, brickmaker Ridge above Callowhill 
t Henson Nathan, oysterman 19 Middle alley 
Henszey Joshua, carpenter back 88 north Front 

[^see tienneaeij 

Henszey Thomas, carpenter cor. 5th and Lombard 

Hepburn Charles, hatter U Gray's alley 

Hepler Hannah, 13 Kunckel 

Hepp Adam, distiller 103 Coats 

Heppard Hezekiah, inn and ferry keeper Say's wharf 

above High 
Hepjiard' John, painter, &c. Pern n. Maiden and 

SiJUhouse aJIev 



HEP HES 

Hepple Adam, labourer Blackhorse alley 
Hera, Christian, pewterer 230 north Second 
Herbert widow of Lawr. storekeeper 161 High 
Herbert Wm. male 14 Mary (S.) 
Hergesheimer Samuel, innkeeper Point Breeze inn? 

banks of Schuylkill 
Heriges B. tobacconist 373 north Third 
Herils Francis, goldsmith 14 s. 4th 
Heritage Joseph, mariner 134 St. John 
Herkness Adam, stonecutter 22 n. 9th 
Herman widow of J. coachpainter 165 s. 5th 

[see Harman 

Herman Wm. painter, Sec 89 Christian 

Hermstad Catharine, widow 7 Elbow lane 

Hern Margaret, teacher 33 Key's alley 

Heriges John Joseph, tobacconist 471 n. 2d 

Herring James, printer Juniper n Vine 

Herrington Jonathan, labourer 304 Callowhill 

Herrittage Benjamin, taylor71 s. 3d 

Herritage Sarah, widow cor. Old York road and 5th 

Herschberg John F. coachman Weaver's alley 

Hersse John, taylor 164 Sassafras 

Herse Samuel, accomi)tant 8 s. 6th 

Mersh Philip, shoemaker 69 Christian 

llertzog Joseph, merchant 96 n. 2d 

Hertzog Peter, grocer 123 Vine corner 4th and 23 

Branch 
//esey Dennis, grocer 132 s. Water 
Hess Andrew, hatter 1 54 north 4th 
Iltiss George, carter 102 Coates* 
Hess John, constable 178 n. 5th 
Hess John M. tinplateworker sch. 8th n. Vine 
Hess Peter, shoemaker 189 n. Third [«ce Haa$ 

Hess Philip, oakcooper 155 Green 
Hess Mrs. of Wm. 51 New 
Hess Wm. jun. mate 2 1 Mary (S.) 
Hess Wm. carpenter near 122 Coats 
Hessen James, tanner 1 3th n. Cedar 
Hesser Charles, coachmaker and file manufacturer, 

intersection of Germantown road and 3d 
Hessin Wm. late innkeeper 291 Arch 
Hessler Wm. carpenter 74 north 6ih 
Hesshuysen Mary, widow 4 Pleasant avemte 

Bed 



HES HIC 

Hester Conrad, sugar boiler 214 n. Second 
Hester E, C. widow of Conrad 212 n. Second 
Heston Jacob F. attorney at law 205 n. Second 
//eston Patience, widow 3 n. 8th 
Heston Wm. painter, is'c. 7 Heyde*s court 
Hetzel Bernard, oak cooper 169 St. John's and Old 

York above Noble 
Heuer Henry, baker back 44 Spruce 
Hevenrich Henry, coachtrimmer, b^c, 160 Vine 
Hewes Josiah, gentleman 15 s. Third [yee Hughes 
Hewitt John, labourer back 29 Prime 
Hewitt Abijah, corder 58 Browne 
Hewitt Thomas, sea capt. Lombard n. Schuylkill 
Hewitt Mrs. of Wm. taylor Watson's alley 
Hewitt Wm. commission merchant 33 Powell 
Hewlings E. 19 n. Front 

Hewson John, jun. calico printer Beach n. Warren 
Hewson Thomas T. m. d. 153 s. Second 

\_see Heuson l^ Huston 
Heyberger George, blacksmith 6 Noble 
Heyberger Jacob, chocolate manufacturer 134 n. 4th 
Heyberger and Miller, coalyard 97 n. 4th 
Heyberger ^ Son, chocolate manufacturers 134 n. 

Fourth [see Heimberger 

Heyde John, sen. taylor 25 Filbert [see Hyde 

Heyde John, jun. grocer 23 Filbert 
Heydel Sarah, milliner 121 n Second 
-^eydrick Christopher, m. b. 298 Sassafras 
Heyl George, jun. attorney at law and notary public 

46 Walnut [sec Hi.is 

Heyl John, baker 106 n. Second 
Heyl John, brushmaker 204 n Second 
Heyl Philip, flour merchant 290 High b^ 47 n. 7th 
Heyl Wm. merchant 1 18 Pine 
Heyler John, storekeeper 109 n. 3(1 
Heylin Isaac, m. d. 57 s. Seventh 
Heysham Robert, deputy naval officer 37 n. 5th 
Hibbs Wm. ropemaker Carpenter n. 6lh (S.) 
Hickey John, 332 High 
Hickey widow of Michael, 127 Pine 
Hickey Michael, mate back 502 s. Second 
H'ckey Thomas, boarding house 27 Penft 
xiickham Riohard, Hiel^ry lane n. 6th 



HIC HIL 

Ilickling E. widow 29 Browne 
Hickman Benjamin, plaisterer 65 s. 2d 
//ickmun Eliza, 264 Mulberry 
Hickman George, taylor 131s. Water 
Hickman" Jesse, shoemaker 267 s. 5lh 
Hickman and Oliver, taylors 131 s. Water 
Hickman Selby, merchant taylor 121 s. Third 
Hicks Benjamin (Sf Co, paint manufacturers 364. Sc 

366 n. Front 
Hicks Charles, carpenter 19 Duke (N. L.) 
Hicks George W. upholsterer 15 s. Front 
Hicks Miss Margaret, 23 Keys* alley 
Hicks Ricllard, carpenter 2 I Union 
t Hicks Robert, carpenter Apple st. 
Hider John, bricklayer ElcAenth n. Vine 
Hidelius A- sea captain 1 1 Sassafras 
Hiflernan Mary, widow Merritt's lane 
Higbee Charles, mariner Wood (K.) 
Higgerson widow of Joseph, 30 Browne 
Higgins Francis, steward of Pennsylvania Hospital 
Higgins Mrs. of Lot, carpenter 18 Browne 
Higgins Robert, mariner 307 s. Front 
Higli Hugh, accomptant 5 3 Budd 
t High Michael, waiter 28 Passyunk 
Highland Geo. labourer Hanover n. Bedford 
Highlands Samuel, carter Juniper lane 
Hight Christian, blacksmith 309 High 
Hilborn Benj. wheelwright 250 n. Eighth 
HiTborn B.cjt'J. wheelwrights Callowhili above 8th 
Hdborn Charles, mate 60 Almond 
Hilborn Elizabeth, 12 n. 4ih 
Hilborn J. wheelwright Ridge n. Callowhili 
Hildeburn S. clock and watch maker 132 s. Front 
Hildewerth H. grocer and tavernkeeper 240 n. Front 
Hiles Peter, carpenter 7 Kunckel 
Hilffrich Agnes, widow 160 Shippen 

Hill , grocer cor. Frankford R. and Marlborough 

Hill Archibald, bricklayer 6 Fayette 

Hill Charles, taylor 8 Mulberry, cor. Race and Fronts 

and 8 Elfrcith's alley 
Hill David, merchant 38 s. Front 
Hill Elizabeth, grocer 1 10 n. Sd 



HIL HIL 

Hill George, blacksmith 3 14 n. Front 

t Hill George, mariner 1 8 Elizabeth 

Hill George, carpenter 296 Arch 

Hill Hugh, bricklayer 169 s. 3d 

Hill Jacob, fisherman Queen n. Bishop 

t Hill Jacob, labourer sch. 2d n Spruce 

t Hill Jeremiah, painter Clever alley 

fHill John, stablekeeper 158 Spruce 

Hill John, shipwright Queen n. Bishop 

Hill widow of John, tobacconist 247 s. Second 

Hill John, trunkmaker 44 Budd 

Hill John, rigger Oak n. Coats' 

Hill Joanna, widow teacher 19 Elfreith's alley 

Hill Jonathan, carpenter above 504 n. 2d and 55 

Duke (N. L.) 
Hill Joseph, labourer Callowhill n. sch. 3d 
Hill Joseph, taylor 43 Noble 
Hill Joseph, boatbuilder 160 Swanson 
Hill Laban, shoemaker 150 n. 3d 
Hill Lawrence, carpenter Marlborough n. Queen 
Hill Margaret, tailoress 27 Callowhill 
Hill Mary, widow Smith's court sch. 
Hill Mary, milliner Currant alley 
Hill Mrs widow 55 n. 8th 

Hill Robert, cabinet maker cor. Filbert and Ninth 
Hill Robert, grocer s. w cor. High and Centre scj. 
Hill Robert, grocer 400 High n. Thirteenth 
Hill Robert, late drayman Christian above 3d 
Hill Samuel, carpenter Tenth below George 
HUl Susannah, tailoress 16 Oak (S.) 
t Hill Wealthy, washerwoman Middle alley 
Hill William, tobacconist 247 s. Second 
t Hill William, woodsawyer 231 Catharine 
Hill Wm. mariner 69 Queen (S.) 
Hill widow of John, shipwright 216 n. Front 
Hill widow of Moses, lumber mercht. 1 10 St. John 
Hill widow of Richard, 27 Callowhill 
Hiller Catharine, widow Say st. 
Hillerman Wm. hatter 30 H^h 
Hillier Joseph, carver and gilder 148 s. 6th 
Hillman Cornelius, tavernkepeer 36 Fetin 
Hillmfti) Eli}8hoemaker 44 Budd 



HIL HIP 

liillman widow of Joseph, cor. Wood Sc St. John 

Hillman Mary, teacher 23 Elfreith's alley 

Hills John, draughtsman [sre Removals 

Hill Christian, glassblower 3 Appletree alley 

Hilton Leonard, labourer Christian n. 5lh 

Hilsee John, taylor 38 s. Water 

Hilsee Joseph, taylor 119 s. Water 

Hilsee 5c Wilkinson, taylors 119 s. Water 

Hilsee Si\muel, J;)ricklayer 5th above Noble 

Hilsee Wni. grocer Frankford road n. Queen 

Hilsee Wm. taylor 88 8c 120 n. Water 

Hilsman Frederick, tobacconist 13th above High 

Hiiyard Abraham, merchant taylor 19 s. Third 

Hilyard Ebenzr. bricklayer 117 Lombard 

Hiiyard John, bricklayer Lily alley 

Himcback Jacob, shoemaker Oak above Coats 

Himely Mrs. A. widow 31 Sansom 

Himes Christopher, fisherman Beach n. Warren 

Himcs Frederick, labourer Beach n. Warren 

J^^imes /Tenry, oak cooper Rachel st. 

^imes Wm. labourer //anover st. 

-^^imes Wm. carpenter i/anover n. Bedford 

^inchman Benjamin, bookbinder 27 Carter's alley 

[see Henchman 
//indman John, accomptant back olOn. 2d 
//ine Jacob, drover 294- Vine 
//ine John, smith 160 St. John 
//ines Andrew, shoemaker Weaver's alley n. 12tli 
//ines James, rigger 106 Christian [«re HyncB 

/^ines Wm. boat builder 106 Christian 
Hines Wm. labourer cor. 4th and Tammany 
i^iney Elizabeth, widow Wood above 8th 
/Tink Mary, widov/ nurse 254 n. Front 
//inkel Adam, victualler next 261 Callowhill 
/Tinkel i/enry and //enry, jun. draymen Kugan st. 
/Tinkel //enry, confectioner n. 3d 
//inkel Peter, victualler cor. Laurence 5c Callowhill 
/Tinkel Peter, James st. 
//inkel widow of John, James st. 
//inkel John, victualler Laurence st. 

//ipolite , fencing master back 1 10 Walr'i*- 

i/ipplc Jacob, storekeeper 19i^ n, 3d 



HIR HOF 

^ire George, grocer cor. Cherry and Juniper 
^irst Thomas, lin ware manufacturer 115 //"igU 
& 103 Arch l^ee Hun^t 

//"itchcock Daniel, teacher 163 Cedar 
/^ite Adam, hog victualler Garden st. 
/fittel Philip, shingledfesser 207 St. John 
/Tobart Elizabeth, widow 3 Fitzwalter 
^obson John, broker 146 s. 5th 
/Tobson Wm. C. tinsmith 38 Cedai> 
-^ockenmiller J. blacksmith 35 Cable lane 
//bckley Klenor, widow 153 n. Third [see Hacklcy 
/fockley widow of Thomas, 204 Mulberry 
^odgdon Samuel merchant 126 Mulberry 
/fodge Andrew, merchant 87 n. Water & 92 Arch 
^odge Richard, shipwright Frankford R. n. Queen 
jybdge Robert, tavernkeeper 2 1 n 6th 
/Todge Wm. caulker Frankford R. n. Queen 
J^odgkinson Samuel, shoemaker Poplar n. 2d. 
/fodgson H. )vidow 174 Lombard 
//bgdson Robert, hatter Beach n. Penn 
/Toeckley F. lace and fringe weaver 304 n. Second 

[see Hockley 
H(£ih Charles, storekeeper 172 n. Second 
^ofF George, bricklayer 1.39 n. 5th [see Haff 

i/off Jacob, bricklayer 139 n. 5th 
i^offecker John, carpenter 67 Gaskill n. Third 
/foffman Adam, shipwright Wood st. (K.) 
JToffman Barney, bitmaker 143 s. Tenth 
/Toffman Christian, gun smith 43 Charlotte 
//bffman Francis, labourer Cherry n. Brown 
/Toffman F. smith 251 Race & Cresson's alley 
//bffman Gabriel, brushmaker back 146 n. 3d 
//bffman George, carpenter Vienna n. Duke 
i/offman Mrs. of Isaac, carpenter 435 n. Sd 
-WofTman Jacob, fisherman Queen n. Bishop 
/Hoffman James, labourer Duke n. Vienna 
//bffman John //. paint maker 24 Kunckel 
/^olTman Jonathan, shipjoiner 44 Green 
//bffman Mrs. of Isaac, back 488 n. 3d 
/iToffman Samuel, oak cooper sch. 8th below H\^ 
/foffman Wm. blacksmith 6th above Timber lane 
/foffman Wolfgang, comb maker 262 Sassafras 



HOF HC5L 

Hoffner Mrs. Lucy B. boardinghouse Twelfth above 

Chesnut 
Hoffner Sophia, confectioner 46 north Fourth 
Hoffner widow of H. Germantown R. near Second 
Hoffner, <vidow of George, 5 Wood 
Hoffner widow of Philip, 8 Branch 
Hogan Andrew, printer 2 /finckel's court 
Hogan David, bookseller and stationer 249 High 
Hogan Thomas, 85 south Front 
Hogerbates John, mariner Rogers* court 
Hogg widow of John, stone cutter 96 Filbert 
Hogg Robert, gardener Twelfth near Sassafras 
Hoglin Isaac, smith corner Chester and Lemon st. 
Holahan Amos, smith and tavernkeeperS.E. corner 

Elder and Eighth 
Holahan Jacob, smith and tavernkeeper 128 s. 10th 
//blbrook Benjamin, sea captain 362 south Front 
//olcombe Rev. /Tenry, 2 1 Branch 
.fiTolden J. mariner 4 18 south Second 
7/olderness William, gentleman 56 Walnut 
i/olding Daniel, labourer Beach near Maiden 
/folding James, mariner 4 1 1 south Front 
//blgate Samuel, shoemaker 389 south Front 
//blinhead Eliza, shopkeeper il3 south Fifth 

Isee Hollingshead 
-fiTolland Abel, tailor back 33 Vine 
//olland Charles, merchant 282 Chesnut 
//olland John, labourer sch. Eighth near Vine 
//olland L stonecutter Vine near Schuylkill 
//olland Nathaniel, hatter 60 south Second 
//olland William, dealer 383 north Front 
//ollick Joseph, baker Thirteenth near Race 
//bllinshead Catherine, widow 29 Cable lane 
//ollingshead Edmond J. farmer 485 north Second 
//oUingshead Mrs. widow 59 north Eighth 
J/ollingsworth /fenry, merchant 28 Dock and 185 

south Third 
/follingsworth Jehu, merchant 22 Penn and 237 

south Front 
//ollingsworth John, hatter back 351 north Front 
//ollingsworth Levi, merchant 16 Dock 
//ollingsworth L. & Son, merchants south wharves 
below Spruce 



HOL HON 

/follingsworth Paschall, merchant 1 1 5 south Third 
/Tollingsworth Samuel, merchant, 22 Pine and 232 

south Front 
/Zbllis Mrs. of 77. 28 Bread street 
//bllobush Daniel, plaisterer Rose alley n. Tammany 
//olloway George, coachmaker 38 Prune 
/follovvay Jacob, dep. keeper of prison 
jyolloway Joshua, drayman, 15S Coats 
i/olloway Thomas, cabinet maker 79 Budd 
/Zbllowbush ^enry, plaisterer 98 New 
^ollowbush Jacob, plaisterer Kunckel above Noble 
/followell Samuel, sea captain 96 Crovvn Isee Hal. 
//olmeAbel, gentleman, 77 Vine 
/Tolme James C. tanner and currier 529 n. Front 
-flblme John, gentleman 77 Vine 
Holme Abel, jun. merchant 1 5 New Market and 75 

New 
JYolmes — } brickmaker 343 Sassafras 
jfiTolmes Gabriel, carpenter 150 Locust 
/Tolmes George, grocer S. E. corner Front Sc Queen 
i^olmes i^ugh, merchant 229 Spruce 
holmes James, carpenter 155 Cedar 
i/olmes John, iron merchant 6 S. Wharves 8c 20 

Sansom 
//olmes John C. grocer, N. W. cor. Pine and 6th 
/Tolmes Robert, mariner 63 Penn 
holmes Thomas, shoemaker 108 Green 
//olt Abner, York road above Poplar 
/folt George, surgeon barber 46 north Third 
//olt Jesse, carter Fourth near George (N. L.; 
i/olt Samuel, sea captain 435 south Front 
i/oltman Susan, widow, Quince alley 
//bman Abraham, carpenter 332 Sassafras 
//oman E. widowof John, 98 Swanson 
i/oman Frederick, labourer corner 4th and Browne 
//oman Mary, widow, 8th below //udsonV laFrte 
//omested Samuel, tailor, 435 south Second 
J^ommann I. C. professor of music 43 n. Seventh 
//oney Geo. clerk to county commissioners 138 n. 

Fourth 
//oney Cieo. jun. carpenter Eleventh above Arch 
/fung Aaron, turner 159 St. John 



m^ 



HOO HOO 

//ood Adna, hatter 5 1 Coates' alley and 3 Clawges' 

court 
I Hood Comfort, pepperpot woman, Mary's alley 
//bod George, tavernkeeper (sign of Shepherd) 

Moyamensing road below Federal 
Hood i/annah, widow of John, 42 south Eighth 
/food John, grocer 9 and 1 i Swanson 
^ood John M. grocer 138 and 254 north Second 
t //bod John, coachman Dean*s alley 
//bod John, silk and stuff shoemaker 1 14 n. Fourth 
//bod John, carter Rose alley above Coats* 
//bod Jonathan, shoemaker Eleventh near Locust 
//bod Mary, widow 1 lo south Second 
//ood Nathaniel, printer I o Mulberry 
/food Stephen T. shoemaker Smith's alley (N. L.) 
//bod Thomas, oakcooper 4 Little Water 8c 33 Penu 
Hood and Wilson, grocers 138 north Second 
Hook Wm. potter back 177 High 
/Tooker i^annah, widow, 148 south Front 
//boker Wm. engraver 112 Walnut 
//bokey Anthony, grocer 349 north Third 
//bokey Catherine, widow, 1 1 8 Browne 
//bopes Amos, carpenter 1 50 north Fifth 
//bopes Datid, iron merchant High west of the Per- 
manent bridge 
//bopes Ezra, lumber merchant High west of the 

Permanent bridge 
//bopes Israel, tavernkeeper and wheelwright High 

near Schuylkill Fourth 
//bopes Joshua, teacher 3 1 Union 
Hoot G. painter and glazier corner of Arch and 4th 
Hoot //enry, carpenter 468 north Third 
Hoot Mary, midwife comer Arch and Fourth 
t Hoot widow of Jonathan, carter Dean's alley 
Hoot widow of Wrti. 1 Cresson*s alley 
//ootton Andrew, cabinetmaker 22 Strawberry 

[see Hut (on 
Flooven Wm. wheelwright Fifth corner Old YorkR. 
//oover Adam, victualler Charles' 
//ooven Andrew, shoemaker 97 Coals' 
Hoover Anthony, labourer 153 Green 
JHoover David, victualler, 255 Callowhill 

Ff 



HOO HOR 

/foover John, taylor Steinmetz's court 

i/oover John, ropemaker Moyamensing below 

Christian 
/Zbover Laurence, mastmaker Beach near Maiden 
Hoover William, upholsterer 35 south Front 
Hope & Co. state lottery and exchange office 63 

Chesnut 
^ope Thomas, ship broker and editor of the Phila- 
delphia Price Current, office 1 Carpenter's 
buildings, near customhouse; dwelling 63 Chest. 
Hopkins Benjamin B. 13 North alley 
Hopkins Charles B printer Osbourn's court 
//bpkins David, teacher Juniper above Locust 
i^opkins David C. hardware merchant 265 High 
Hopkins John, bootmaker 96 north Seventh 
Hopkins John, carpenter 1 1 5 Swanson 
Hopkins John, sea captain 65 Tammany 
Hopkins John, gentleman 81 Arch 
Hopkins Joseph R. attorney at law 18 south Sixth 
Hopkins Nicholas, 265 High 
Hopkins Robert, inspector of customs 83 Penn 
Hopkinson Joseph, counsellor at law 15 south i^ifth 

and 165 Chesnut 
Hoppel George, victualler corner Coats' and Third 
Hopper Benjamin T. labourer 23 Tammany 
Hopper Isaac T. taylor 33 Spruce 
/Topple John, shoemaker Christian near Sixth 
//bpps James, tanner, 3 Greenleaf court 
jfiTorn Barbary, washerwoman Juniper near Cherry 
J^om Christiana, widow 134 south Sixth / 

Horn //enry, silverplater 248 Chesnut near Ninth 
Home Isaac, collector of tolls 1st gate Germantown 

road 
Horn Jacob, innkeeper 218 Sassafras 
Horn k. Kneass, silverplaters 1 6 south Sixth 
Horn Wm. J- 45 south Fourth and Library 
^ornberger Lewis, hatter Pewterplatter alley 
7/orner Jacob, ropemaker 2^2 St. John 
Horner John, merchant 261 i/igh 
/Corner Patience, widow, grocer and boarding house 

6 Penn 
//broer Roger, sea captain back 77 Christian 
Horner and Wilson, grocers 261 High 



HOR HOU 

4 

Ilornketh widow of Jeremiah, 477 Sassafras 
/Tornor Jos. P. hardware merchant 47 i/igh and 7 

Church alley 
Hovv\ov Stacy, grocer, 1 80 north Front corner Vine 
/Corner widow of Benjamin, 1 17 New 
/iTorsfall Joseph, painter, &c. 373 Mulberry 
//orsford /Tannah, widow. Liberty alley 
/^ortman John, shoemaker back 113 German 
//brtman Michael, carpenter Germantown road n. 

Fourth 
/fcrtman Peter, chairmaker 39 Coates* alley 
//brton Ebenezer, shallopman Key's alley n. Second 
//orton Joseph, comedian 77 Locust 
//brton William, bricklayer 16 Quarry street 
Hoviz Peter, grocer 392 south Second [ire Hotz 
//ortzler widow of Christian, back 229 Callowhill 
ii/bskins John, carpenter 180 Mulberry 
//oskins John G. teacher 135 Vine & S.W^cor. 3d. 
i^oskins Mrs. gentlewoman 180 Mulberry 
//oskins Mrs. widow, Brewer's alley n. 3d [see Haskins 
//btman Jacob, brickmaker Germantown road near 

first gate 
//btz Daniel, victualler 239 Callowhill 
Hoiz Peter, victualler Wood above 6th [fife HorCz 
//buard LouiS) merchant tailor 120 south Second 

[^see Howard 
//buck Wm. carpenter 29 Beck's alley 
/Tough John, toyshop, 223 north Front 
Hough widow of Thomas, gentleman 16 Pine 
Houlston George, carter corner Cedar and Clifton 
Housal George, labourer 17 Sassafras alley 
House Elizabeth, widow Beach near Maiden 
House Peter, cabinet maker 497 north Third 
Householder Theodore, carpenter 77 Locust 
Houseman Charles, bricklayer 327 north Third 
Houseman Daniel, victualler 469 south Second 
Honser Frederick, sugar boiler 131 north Sixth 
//buscr George F. victualler 6th n. Buttonwood 
//ouser Margaret, grocer 32 Passyunk 
//busser George, victualler 313 Caliowhill 
//buston James, sea captain 278 s. 4th [see Ifuato?:, 
//ouston Joseph, porter Sassafras alley 



HOU HOW 

iJoustcn J. A. L. shoestore 56 High 

t i/buston Margaret, boardinghouse 210 Cedar 

i/ouston P. W. surgeon and demist 19 Walnut 

1/bvendon Richard, sea captain 364 south Front 

-^ow John, carpenter 129 north Fourth 

Mow Philip, baker 35 Small 

-flbw Robert, carter sch. Front near Mulberry 

^o\v Samuel B. teacher of Latin in University of 

Pennsylvania 141 south Ninth 
/Toward Azel, distiller Eleventh above Chesnut 

[see Houard 
/Toward and Blackiston, distillers 374 High above 

Twelfth 
Howard Caleb, blacksmith Currant alley near Walt. 
Howard John, waiter 29 Noble 
t Howard Richard, oysterman 6 Locust 
t /Toward Robert, waiter, Webb's alley 
/Toward widow Elizabeth, 450 south Front 
/Toward widow of John, sea captain 195 n. Front 
/Toward widow of John, 14 New Market 
/Toward Thomas, lumber merchant 1928c 143 Spruce 
/foward Wm. labourer 427 north Front 
/Toward Wm. W. shoemaker 22 Strawberry 
/Towcraft Thomas, potter Fourth above Tammany 
/Towell Amos, tavernkeeper 1 19 south Water 
//owell A. M. D. 330 High 

Howell A. Sc Sons, tanners and curriers 107 Chesnut 
Howell Benj. B merchant 102 south Front 
Howell Benj. B. Sc Co. merchants 51 s. Wharves 
Howell C. D. merchant 176 High 
Howell Ellen, widow, 40 Coats' 
Howell Ephr. carter 7 Wood corner Sixth 
Howell Frederick, labourer Federal near Second 
/Towell George, merchant 44 north Seventh 
/Towell James, silversmith 50 south Front 
/Towell Joseph, taylor Washington court 
/Towell Joseph, currier 47 Spruce 
Howell Joseph E. merchant 25 south Water and 

150 south Second 
/Towell Mary, Currant alley near Spruce 
/Towell Mary, widow, 30 Church alley 
/Towell and Pleasants, merchants 8 Chesnut 



HOW HUF 

Howell Reading, surveyor Sc draughtsman 228 

Spruce 
Howell Richard, punipmaker back 106 north Fifth 
Howell Samuel E. merchant 16 south Wharves and 

141 Mulberry 
Howell and Shaw, merchants 25 south Water 
Howell Wm. W. hardware store 167 High 
Howell Wm. wholesale and retail grocer, Swanson 

below Queen and corner Front and Christian 
Howell William E. merchant 234 Spruce 
Howland Isaac, sea captain 435 south Front 
Howorth Geo. bookbinder 48 Bread street 
Howshcll John, mariner 154 north Water 
Hoy Thomas, shoemaker Petticoat alley ^ 

Hozey Isaac, lumber merchant corner Swanson and 

Queen 
Hozey and Strattan, grocers Swanson below Queen 
Hozick Matthew, sawyer 1 1 Springet alley 
Hubber Sophia, milliner 40 Pine 
Hubbert Abraham, bargeman Mifflin*s court 
Hubbert Christian, mastmaker494 n. 2d 
Hubbert John, shoemaker 527 south Front 
Hubbert W'm.oysterman 120 Christian 
Hubble Benj. mariner 379 south Second 
Hubble widow, cor. Buck road and Federal 
Huber George, victualler 285 north 8th [see Uber 
Huber Henry, inspector of customs 87 New 
Huber James S. deputy port surveyor 87 New 
Huber Laurence, victualler James st^ 
Huber Michael, victualler Mulberry alley 
//uber Tobias, tallow chandler 1 6 Coates* alley 
/Hubert John, cabinetmaker cor. 2d and Otter 
/Tuckel Joseph, dentist 29 Lombard 
//uckel Wm. storekeeper 369 north Second 
/Ajddell Joseph, stave merchant 77 and 87 Swanson 
//uddell Joseph, jun. stave merchant 356 s. Front 
t /fudson Benj. porter Davidson's court 
/Hudson Edward, dentist iS3 Walnut 
Midson James, taylor 2 Lxtitia cou-t 
/Aidson John, mariner 8 Swanson 
/^uell Madame, N. W. corner 9th and Filbert 
■Miff Charles, bricklayer 90 Christian 
fi2 



HUF HUG 

/TufP Constandne, mariner 17 Coates' alley 
/Tuff Elizabeth, Pleasant st. 
/Tuff Elizabeth, widow 200 Coats st. 
//uff Jacob, victualler 355 Callowhill 

[see Hoff 1st Hough 
ja^uff John, victualler 339 Callowhill 
//uff Nathan, boardinghouse 39 Spruce 
-fiTuffnagle Edward, trader Rose alley (C.) 
/fuffnagle John, merchant N E. cor. i^igh & 5th 
//uffnaile Adam, grocer 131 north Water 
Huffstidler George, mate Fearris' court 
j^ufty John, constable 154 south 4th 
^ufty M. widow cor. Crown and Callowhill 
/fugg Bright, shipjoiner 161 n. Front 8c 156 north 

Water 
^ugg George M. ferry and tavernkeef)er, Cedar st. 

wharf 
i^ugg Jacob, boardinghouse 161 n. Front 
/Zugg Jacob, mariner Shackamaxon 
^ugg Levi, shipjoiner Little Water, dwelling Front 

below Federal 
-Hiigg Wm. cabinetmaker 26 Little Water 
ifuggins Benjamin, sea captain 117 n. Fifth 
Muggins David, labourer 486 s. 2d 
//uggins Thomas, labourer 563 s. Front 
i^ughes Ann, widow Walnut above Tenth 
ITughes Benjamin, grazier Moyaraensing belo,w 

Christian 
hughes Caleb, taylor 43 Vine 
Hughes Charles S. 3 n. Second 
J^ughes Constantine, mariner back 13^ Christian 

[see Heives 
hughes Daniel, late lumber merchant 110 s. 8th 
Mighes Edward, labourer Beach n. high bridge 
/fughes Elizabeth, Merrill's lane n. 5th 
j^ughes & Fritz, storekeepers 3 n. 2d 
ifughes James, teacher 3 Fetter lane 
//ughes Jane, milkwoman cor. Chesnut and sch. 6th 
ifughes John, merchant cor. 2d and High 
Hughes John H. 223 High 
/fughes Mary, widow 47 Browne 
iAi^hes Mary .Ann, widow cor. Walnut Sc Juniper 



HUG HUM 

i/ughes Miles H. broker 31 Church alley' 
/fughes Samuel, carpenter 244 n. Water 
T/ughes Thomas, innkeeper Beach near Warren 
//iighes Thomas, cottonweaver 12th n. Pine 
/Aighes Wm. shopkeeper 58 Spruce 
//uglies Wm. carpenter 102 n. 5th 
//iighes Wm. grazier 464 south Second 

Hughes , teacher 112 n. 8th 

//uhn Adam, carpenter Juniper n Vine 
//uhn John D. grocer Butionwood n. Charles 
i/uhn John, brickmaker Buttonwood n. Charles 
i/ukill Jeremiah, harness, &c. maker Ridge n. Cal- 

lowhill 
//ulfish Obadiah, shoemaker 528 n. Third 
i/ulings Laurence, shipwright 2d near Prime 
//ulings Ann, nurse West's court \_%ee Heliinga 

//ulings Wm E gentleman 264 Chesnut 
HmW Adam, 191 Shippen 
HnW Agnes, milliner '00 south Second 
i/ull Wm. mariner 424 north Front 
//ullock Michael, shoemaker 214 Cherry 
/fulescampMary, 289 south Front 
t //umer Richard, waiter Davidson's court 
//umes Archibald, grocer 88 Swanson 
Humes and Co. distillers 372 High above 12th 
Humes George, distiller 222 south Sixth 
Humes James, bottler 41 Plum 
Humes John, auctioneer Z2 and 5 1 north Front 
Humes and Rogers, hardware store 265 High 
Humes W^m. grocer 187 s. 6th 
Hummel C. labourer 445 north Third 
Hummell David, labourer Pegg st. n. Front 
Hummel Jacob, morocco dresser 533 n. Third 
Hummell Jacob, brassfounder 443 n. Third 
Humphreys Clement, inspector of the customs 3^3 

Pine 
Humphreys James, ropemaker Shackamaxon 
Humphreys James, shipwright Warren 
Humphreys James, printer and bookseller S. W. 

corner Walnut and Second 
Humphreys Joshua,shipbuiIder enquire 240 Swanson 
Humphreys Mary, widov 30 Carter's alley 



HUM HUP 

Humphreys Richard, gentleman 32 SanSom 
/fumphreys Samuel, fihipbuilder 240 Swanson 
Humphreys Solomon 8c Co. lumbermerchants High 

near sch. Third 
Humphreys Sophia, tayloress Friends' almshouse 
Humphreys Thos. shipwright Cherry near Prince 
Humphreys Thos. merchant 36 n. 9th 
Huneker John, chairmaker 379 & 381 n. 2d 
Huneyker Joseph, gardener Irish lane 
Hunker Jacob, baker 34 1 Callowhill 
Hungerford J. labourer Frankford road n. Queen 
Hunt Benjamin, boardinghouse Hamilton village 
Hunt Daniel, stonecutter Locust near 1 3th 
Hunt Edward, sea captain 80 south 4th 
Hunt James, victualler cor. 6th and Buttonwood 
Hunt John, mariner 308 south 6th n. Fitzwalter 
Hunt John, coachmaker 60 Zane 
Hunt Richard, currier 346 Sassafras 
Hunt Wm. storekeeper 67 north Front 
Hunt Wilson, merchant 14 Chesnut 
Hunter Benj. labourer Lily alley 
Hunter Edward, meal merchant Germantown road 

above 3d 
Hunter George, wrought nailor 498 n. 2d 
Hunter Dr. George, near the City Hospital St. An- 
drew St. 
Hunter George, labourer 367 n, 2d 
Hunter James, mate 87 Queen (S.) 
Hunter James, storekeeper 382 south 2d 
Hunter John, justice of the peace 186 s. 5th 
Hunter John, carter Ann st. (sch.) 
Hunter Joseph, currier 1 6 Greenleaf's court 
Hunter Mrs. of William, Elmslie's alley 
Hunter Rachael, grocer 39 south wharves 
Hunter Wm. carter Race near sch. 8th 
Hunter Wm. grocer 225 s 6th cor. Shippen 
t Hunter Wm. porter Mary's alley 
Hunter Susan, grocer 395 north Third 
Hunter widow of Robert, 105 Vine 
Huntington James, mariner 1 1 8 Swanson 
♦ Huoat P. carpenter 163 south 6th 
Hupfeld Charles, musician H4s. 6th 



HUP HUT 

Hupfeld C. sugar-refiner cor. 8th and Arch 

Hupfeld widow of Henry, musician 15 n. 8th 

Hupfeld & Kalbach, sugjar-refiners 189 Cherry 

Hupliz Geo. H. taylor 20 Kunckel 

Hurley Mrs. of John, 54 Vine 

Hurley Rev. Michael, back St. Augustin's church 

north ith 
Hurley Thomas, paperhanging manufacturer, ware- 
house 78 Chesnut 
Hurley Thos. jun. merchant 109 s. 4th & 154 High 
Hurley Thos. storekeeper 270 n. Front 
Hiirlick Wm, tavernkeeper 1 iO n. 5lh cor Race 
Huron Lawrence, merchant 7 south wharves 
Hurst Elizabeth, widow 180 Swanson 
Hurst Henry, carpenter 300 Sassafras [see Hirst 
Hurst Wm. mariner 64 Penn 
Husband John J. clerk to St. Paul's church Yorkst. 
Hussey John, tallowchandler Randolph's court 
Huston James, drayman Buttonwood n. Ridge 
Huston John, flour merchant 1 Heyde's court 
Huston Thos. saddler, &c. 13 south 9th 

[see Henvson and Houston 
Hutchins Benjamin, mariner, Baker's court 
Hutchins Henry J. merchant 102 south Fifth 
Hutchins Rev. Joseph, d. d. 17i^ south Fifth 
Hutchins Wm. carpenter 6th near Poplar lane 
Hutchinson Benjamin, carpenter Germantown road 

above Second 
Hutchinson Charles, blockmaker 205 south Front 
t Hutchinson David, labourer 385 north Fourth 
Hutchinson Ephraim, carpenter Burd*s court 
Hutchinson Francis and John, grocers, 255 south 5th 
Hutchinson Hannah, widow, 1 Fayette 
HuichinsoQ H.G. broker 19 north Fifth 
Hutchison James, taylor 33 Green 
Hutchinson Jeremiah, stonemason 1 16 Swanson 
Hutchinson John, carpenter 2 Orange 
Hutchinson Joseph, potter 250 Sassafras 
Hutchinson Mahlon, merchant 61 north Second 
Hutchinson Margaret, grocer 3 1 north Tenth 
Hutchinson Randal, attorney at law 89 Sassafras 
Hutchinson R. 8c M. W. Ash, attornies at law 89 
Sassafras 



HUT INC 

Hutchinson S. E. widow, 1 1 Church alley 

Hutley John, carpenter 83 north Fifth 

Hutman Mrs. layer out of the dead, Fourth above 
Coats* 

t Hutt Elijah, carler Dean*s alley 

Huttert John, hairdresser 178 north Third 

Hutton James, merchant 15 Elizabeth Isee Hootion 

Hutton James, 366 Highabove 12th 

Hutton John, shoemaker Rachel street 

Hutton John, office of the Baltimore packet Hamil- 
ton's wharf, dwelling 62 Almond street 

Hutton John S. of U. S. navy, 184 south Second 

Hutton Joseph, teacher 17 Norris*s alley and 102 
south Second 

Hutton Nathaniel, sen. shipbuilder 47 Cedar 

Hutton T. labourer Blackberry alley 

Hutton widow of Benjamin shipbuilder 260 Swanson 

HuttolY widow of Thomas, 40 Almond 

Hutz Charles W. merchant Ills. Front [see Hotz 

Hyatt Catherine, widow 83 north Fifth 

Hyde George, bookbinder and stationer 7 1 Chesnut 

[see Heyde 

Hymas Samuel, grocer and inkeeper at intersection 
of Germantown road and Sixth 

Hymer Catherine, washerwoman Marlborough 

Hymer Mrs. of Jacob, Buitonwood near Sixth 

Hymer John, victualler 306 Vine 

Hyneman widow of Henry, 331 north Second 

Hyneman Wm. grocer 121 Brown 



Iddings Cal?:b P. accomptant 76 New 
Idler Jacob, merchant back 87 n. Water & 231 Arch 
Idler and Perry, merchants back 87 north Water 
Imbrie James & Co. merchants 33 south Front 
Imbrie James, merchant 8 north Seventh 
Imlay and Potts, merchants 5 north Water 
Imlay Robert, merchant 5 north Water 8c 93 n. 6th 
Immel Jacob 8c Co. merchants 76 north Third 
Immel widow of Joseph, Eleventh near Vine 
Immel widow of Michael, storekeeper 76 n. Third 
Inches Thomas, storekeeper Beach near Maiden 



ING IRI 

Ingard Geo. shoemaker Rose alley n. Coats' 

[see Engard 
Ingels Geo. military storekeeper U. S. arsenal 
Ingersoll C. J. attorney at law 154 Walnut 
IngersoU Edward, attorney at law 74 south Sixth 
Ingersoll Jared, counsellor at law 156 Walnut 
Ingersoll J. R. attorney at law 1 12 Walnut 
Ingleman Daniel, gardener, &c. Cherry n. sch. 8th 
Ingling William, 207 south Fifth 
Inglis Catherine, spinster 9 1 Pine 
Inglis Joseph L. treasurer to Frankford and Bristol 

turnpikes, Spruce 2d door below 4th n. side 
Ingraham Francis, gentleman Arch above Eleventh 
Ingraham Peter, mariner Spafford street 
Ingraham Thomas, taylor Blackhorse alley 
Ingram Edward, mate 262 south Front 
Ings David, innkeeper 7 1 Dock, corner Gofoith al- 
ley near Pennsylvania bank 
Inkson Rebecca, shopkeeper 170 north Front 
Innes Cornelius, shoemaker 125 Plum [see Ennes 
Innes Joseph, carpenter 328 north Third^' 
James widow of Thomas, 8 1 Penn 
Innes Wm. late brewer 85 north Third 
Innet David, soapboiler 70 New 
Inskeep John, alderman corner Walnut 8c Seventh 
Inskeep John, jun. booksellR* 4 south Third and 

corner Walnut and Seventh 
Inslee John A. agent for the Guardians of the poor, 

alms-house comer Eleventh and Spruce 
Inslee Martha, matron of the Alms House 
Iredell Joseph, merchant 89 High 
Ireland Aaron, blacksmith Oak (N. L.) 
Ireland Alphonso C. carpenter 122 Pine 
Ireland Ann, widow, Cresson*s court 
Ireland George, accomptant 48 Browne 
Ireland Jacob, labourer 39 Prime 
Ireland James, shoemaker Lolar's court 
Ireland James, mariner Oak (N. L.) 
Ireland John, wharf builder Rihl's court 
Ireland S labourer Federal above Second 
Irick Christopher, 176 south Sixth 
Irick Zachariah, guager and cooper 147 s. Water 



IRO ^JAC 

t Irons Amelia, washerwoman 24 Filbert 

t Irons Richard, waiter 1 2 Elizabeth 

Irvine Callender, Commissary general of U. S. 12th 

below High 
Irvine Henry, Western Hotel 323 High 
Irvine Hood, accomptant Fifth above Noble 
Irvine Rebecca, widow, Chesnut near sch. Eighth 
Irvine Richard, combmaker Lyndall's court 
Irvine Sarah, widow Shackamaxon 
Irving David, grocer corner Eleventh and Locust 
Irving Isaac, drayman Galbreth's court 
Irving John, mariner 443 soutlr Second 
Irwin Hannah, back 387 south Front 
Irwin John M. accomptant Ninth above Race west 
side Isee Ertven and jErwin 

Irwin Samuel, shoemaker Sansom's alley 
Irwin Thomas, carpenter St. Joseph's avenue 
Irwin Wm. cabinet maker 76 south Fifth 
t Isaac John, hairdresser 40 south Fifth 
Isdel Thomas, mariner 64 Penn 
Iseminger Adam, wheelwright 40 Passyunk and 

corner Sixth 
Iseminger Elizabeth, widow, Carpenter (S.) n. 6th. 
Israel Abraham E. storekeeper 170 north Second 
Israel and Ezekiel, quill^anufacturers back 246 n. 

Second 
Israel and Goldsmit, storekeepers 1 70 north Second 
Israel Isaac, quill manufacturer back 246 n. Second 
Israel Israel, justice of the peace, corner Passyunk 

and Long lane 
Israel Lydia, boarding house 43 Locust 
Israel Joseph, bricklayer 79 s. Front 
Israel Samuel, merchant 71 south Sixth and Swe- 
dish consulate office, 153 Walnut 
Israel Wm P. merchant 13 Pine and 8 Chesnut 

Ives , shoemaker Smith's alley 

Ivins Ezekial, bricklayer Swanwick street 
Izard Col. George, 1 south Ninth 



Jack widow of Francis, bricklayer 218 south Third 
Jackaway N. plaisterer 37 Noble 



JAC JAC 

.lacka way widow of Morgan, Currant alley n.Walt. 
t Jackson Abraham, coachman Juniper alley 
Jackson Andrew, of the Custom house Francis lane 

near Fourth 
Jackson Ann, mantuamaker253 south Seventh 
t Jackson Anthony, labourer Taper alley 
Jackson Benjamin, labourer 214 Coats* 
Jackson Charles, 342 north Second 
t Jackson David, drayman 3d above Poplar lane 
Jackson Hannah, widow, 102 Crown 
Jackson Jacob, blacksmith 26 Dock 8c 133 so. 2d. 
t Jackson Jacob, shallopman 1 6 Duke st, (N. L.') 
Jackson Jacob, mariner 4 Little Water 
Jackson James, carpenter 8 1 Green 
t Jackson Jesse, painter i Middle alley 
Jackson John, sea captain, 42 1 south Front 
Jackson Joseph, baker 9 Callowhill 
Jackson Joseph, shoemaker back 339 Callowhlil 
Jackson Mary, washerwoman 26 Gillis's alley 
Jackson Mrs. tutress 35 Beck's alley 
t Jackson Peter, saw filer Twelfth near Pine 
Jackson Rebecca, widow, 204 Walnut 
Jackson Robert, inspector of customs 12! s. Ninth 
Jackson Richard, taylor 175 Mulberry 
Jackson Samuel, stablekeeper 3 south Seventh 
Jackson Samuel 8c S. (late David 8c S.) druggist^ 

corner Mulberry and Fourth 
t Jackson Saml. woodsawyer 5th above Buttonwood 
Jackson Thomas, coachmaker 475 Sassafras 
Jackson Thomas, merchant 13th below High 
Jackson Thomas, shoestore 30 High 
Jackson Thomas, accomptant 68 Spruce 
Jackson Wm. editor of the Political and Commercial 

Register, office 1 Lodge, dwelling 124 Spruce 
Jackways widow of William, 82 Green 
Jacobs Christian, labourer 133 Green 
Jacobs J. 8c S. storekeepers 245 south Second 
Jacobs Joseph, sexton Pemberton's alley 
Jacob Mrs. layer out of the dead 22 Apple tree alley 
Jacobs Louiza, Sixth above Green 
Jacobs Matthias, grocer corner Queen 8c Hanovev 
Jacobs Nicholas, shoemaker 50 Almond 



JAC ^JAR 

Jacobs Philip, constable 40 Crown 

Jacobs Richard, boardinghouse 18 Little Water 

Jacobs Samuel H. attorney at law 3 south Sixth 

Jacobs Thias, labourer corner Third and Green 

Jacobs Wm. hatter 238 north Front 

Jacobsen Francis, sugar-refiner back 84 n. Second 

Jacobsen John, shallopman 152 SWanson 

Jacobus Thoreias, shoemaker 189 n. Second 

Jacoby Francis, merchant first wharf above Arch 

Jaggers Jonathan, oysterman 42 Duke (N. L.) 

Jagres John, potter 12 Farmer's alley 

Jahns C. patent wallcolourer 108 n. 7th [see Johns 

James Ann, widow, 7 Elfrith's alley 

James David, storekeeper 5 north Third 

t James Francis, whitewasher Browne above 4t|i 

James H. carpenter Juniper alley 

James Issachar, carpenter 1 Clawges' court 

James James, late tavernkeeper 473 south Second 

James John, merchant 13 south Front & 18 n, 5th 

James John, grocer 360 north Front 

James Martha, tutress 77 north Sixth 

James Otto, cabinet maker 342 south Front 

t James Peter, waiter Currant alley n. Locust 

t James Samuel, woodsawyer 39 Middle alley 

t James Stephen, woodsawyer Mary's alley 

James Thomas C m. d. 146 south Second 

James Thomas, labourer Shackamaxon 

t James Thomas, mariner Webb's alley 

James William, veterinarian 9 Little George 

Jameson Robert, shipwright 496 south Front 

Jamison John, typefounder Cedar near Tenth 

Jamison Wm. collector 139 Locust 

Jane Mary, mantuamaker 12 Powell 

Janeway Rev. Jacob J. 206 Mulberry 

January David, merchant 236 south Front 

January H. layer out of the dead back 39 Arch 

January Rebecca, mantuamaker back 35 Arch 

Janvier William, woollen draper 25 south 2d 

Jaquett Thomas, upholsterer 19 s. Front & 68 n. 5th 

Jaraud Jacob, 64 Chesnut 

Jardella Andrew B. sculptor and engraver 52 n. 8th 

Jarden Samuel, plaisterer 1 10 north 1 Uh 



JAR JEN 

Jarden Wm. plaisterer Sassafras below Eleventh 

Jarman Ezekial, ragmerchant 140 Swcinson 

Jarman widow of John, mariner 45 Penn 

Jarman Reuben, ragmerchant 28 Budd [see Germon 

Jarves Joseph I. sea capt. Federal n. 2d [see Jervu 

Jarvis Elijah B. boardinghouse 7 Stall's court 

Jasper James, sea captain 48 Green 

Jaudon Daniel, ladies* academy 22 1 Mulberry 

Jeanes Hannah, widow, Rose street 

Jeanes Isaiah, merchant 196 north Front 

Jeffers Daniel, brickmaker Fourth above Poplar 

Jefferson Joseph, comedian 14 Powell 

Jefferson Richard, painter Prime above Front 

Jcffery Edward, carter Hickory lane 

Jeffery John, currier 4th above Tammany 

Jeffery John, victualler Button wood n. 8lh 

Jeffery Peter, mate 19 Beck's alley 

Jeffery Samuel, brickmaker Hicory lane 

Jefferys Edward, carter 137 Coats' 

t Jeffreys Wm. labourer Lombard n. Eleventh 

Jeffries Daniel, plaisterer 157 s. 9th 

Jeffries Wm. N. gentleman 241 Mulberry 

Jeffry William, labourer 13th n. Vine 

t Jematrice John, hairdresser Alkn's alky 

Jenkins Andrew, feed store 3 south wharves 

Jenkins Ebenezer, shoemaker Filbert n. I3th 

Jenkins Jcnkin S. lockmaker Crown near Prirfce 

Jenkins John, shoemaker 23 north 5ih 

Jenkins Joseph, hatter 38 High 

Jenkins Josiah, tavernkeeper 167 south Front 

Jenkins Mary, widow 8 York court [see Jinkins 

Jenkins Thomas, boatbuilder 35 Duke (N. L.) 

Jenks John, printer Elizabeth st. near Tenth 

Jenks Jonathan, merchant 20 south Wharves and 

356 north Front 
Jenks Joseph R. merchant 33 and 55 s. Wharves, 

and 5 Vine 
Jennings Catharine, seamstress 196 Lombard 
Jennings Isaac, late teacher 405 n. 3d [sec Gimiings 
Jennings John, merchant 159^ High k 168 Race 
Jiennings Nathan, victualler Lombard n. bchuylkill 
J'ennjf E. widow Queen n. Bishop 



JEO JOH 

Teofroy Theresa, grocer 7 Vernon 

Jess Ruth, bonnetmaker 14 Church alley 

Jewell Kenneth, merchant taylor 78 s. 3d dwelling 

cor. Walnut 
Jobson Charles, apothecary and druggist 273 n. 3d 
Jobson Samuel, jun. taylor 77 Arch 
Jobson Samuel, gluemaker 273 n. Third 
t Johnchert M. hairdresser 41 Pine 
John David, steward of the City Hospital St. An- 
drew St. cor. sch. 4th 
ifohnes Charles, merchant 101 High & 1 19 n. Front 

\^see Jones and Jahns 
t Johns Adam, baker 293 St. John 
Johns Elizabeth, widow, friends* almshouse 
Johns Levi, milkman Ridge above Buttonwood 
Johns & Linerd, mastmakers Oak (N. L.) 
Johns Martha, seamstress 138 south 4th 
Johns Richard, mastmaker Liberty alley 
Johnsen C. bookseller 80 n. 4th 
Johnsen J. carpenter 539 north Front 
Johnsen Richard, printer 80 n. 4th 
Johnson Benj. carter 29 Pewterplatter alley 
Johnson Benj.tavernkeeper 468 n. 2d cor. Poplar 
Johnson Benj. bookseller, &c. 22 n. 2d & 457 High 
Johnson Catharine, washerwoman Watson's alley 
Johnson Catharine, gardener Maria st. 
Johnson Catharine, widow 1 67 north Front 
Johnson Charles, printing ink, lampblack manufac- 
turer, and grocer cor. Tenth and Lombard 
Johnson Charles, carpenter 14 Plum 
Johnson David, shallopman Cooper's court (N. L.) 
Johnson David, letter carrier 26 Little George 
\ Johnson Edward, sailmaker21 Hurst 
John.son Eliza, mantuamaker Currant alley near 

Locust 
Johnson Elizabeth, widow 269 n. Third 
Johnson George, sugarboiler 25 Church alley 
Johnson Humphrey, carpenter 3 Bedford (M.) 
Johnson Isaac, late grocer 130 Callowhill 
Johnson Isaac, county commissioner 137 Vine 
Johnson Jacob, bookselkr 16 n. 4th and 147 Higk 



JOH JOH 

t Johnson Jacob, waiter Cherry above 11th 
Johnson Jacob, cabinetmaker 207 north 8ih 
Johnson Jacob, labourer back 458 s. Front 
Johnson Jacob, carter 39 New Market 
Johnson James, carpenter 35 Elizabeth 
t Johnson James, painter. Sec. 231 Spruce 
Johnson Job, labourer 29 Prime 
Johnson John, baker 390 south 2d 
Johnson John, shoemaker 193 Callowhill 
Johnson John, mariner 120 German 
Johnson John, labourer 2d above George 
Johnson John, teacher Hanover near Duke 
Johnson Joseph, millwright Mulberry n. sch. Front 
Johnson Joseph, shipchandler 17 south Wharves, 

dwelling Moyamensing below Federal 
Johnson Joseph, currier 317 Callowhill 
Johnson Josiah, letter carrier 24 Little George 
t Johnson Joseph, carter lOth n. Cedar 
Johnson Levi, labourer Marlborough n. Prince 
Johnson Matthew, 73 n. 8th 
Johnson Matthew, labourer 25 Brewer's alley 
Johnson Mrs. of Joseph, mate 220 s. 5th 
Johnson Peter, jun. mariner Federal above 2d 
Johnson Peter, mariner 7 Christian st. 
Johnson Peter, weaver cor. 13th 6c Cherry 
Johnson Peter, grocer Federal above Front 
Johnson Rachael, washerwoman 163 Lombard 
Johnson R. widow Maiden n. Front 
Johnson Richard, merchant 90 Siissafras 
Johnson Richard, ship watch 77 German 
t Johnson Richard B. turner 58 Dock n. 2d 
Johnson Robert, late bookseller 176 Mulberry 
Johnson Robert, superintendant of roads Frankford 

road near Orange 
Johnson Robert S. accomptant 3 Ann (N. L.) 
Johnson Samuel, mariner 129 Green 
Johnson Sarah, mantuamaker n. 33 Key's alley 
Johnson Simeon, mariner Poplar n. Biidd 
t Johnson Stacy, waiter 23 Appletree alley 
Johnson k Warner, stationers, &c. 147 Hitjh 
Johnson widow of Charles, labourer Rachael st. 
Johnson widow of John, sugarboiler 35 Church alley 

Gg2 



J0H ^JON 

Johnson Wm. shoemaker 142 Browne 

Johnson Wm. caulker 17 Green 

Johnson Wm. sea captain 343 s. Front 

Johnson Wm. cordwainer 148 s. 7th 

Johnson Wm. labourer cor. Tenth & George 

t Johnson Wm. mariner 3 1 Crab 

t Johnston Abraham, waiter Burd's court 

Johnston Adam, tallowchandler 1 3th n. Chesnut 

Johnston Alex. W. merchant 106 south Front 

Johnston widow of Alexander, smith near 31 Coates' 

alley 
Johnston Andrew, carpenter 52 Passyunk 
Johnston Daniel, carter 1 1 Wood (N. L.) 
t Johnston Daniel, taylor 100 s. 2d 
t Johnston David, porter 201 Lombard 
t Johnston Elisha, porter 73 Dock Sc 187 s. 4th 
Johnston Francis, sheriff, office west wing of tlYe 

State-house, dwelling l53 Pine 
Johnston George, pilot 469 s. Front 
I Johnston George, coachman Currant alley 
Johnston Henry, labourer Race n. sch. Front 
Johnston James, sea captain 6 1 Lombard 
Johnston John, dry goods store 249 s. 2d 
Johnston John, carpenter Heyde's court 
Johnston John, shopkeeper 177 Mulberry 
Johnston John, carter Mechanic st. 
t Johnston Joseph, mariner 1 St. Mary 
Johnston Margaret, widow 398 n. Front 
Johnston Mary, teacher Randall's court 
Johnston R. m. d. 128 s. 5th 
I Johnston Samuel, labourer 260 s. 6th 
^ Johnston Samuel, woodsawyer Smith's court 
f Johnston Samuel, labourer Middle alley 
Johnston Sarah, widow 34 St. Mary and 45 P€hn 
Johnston Sarah, widow 286 Lombard 
Johnston Thomas, dealer 6 Chancery lane 
Johnston, Thomas, cordwainer 311 High 
Johnston Wm, labourer Say st. 
Johnston Zuchariah, mariner 69 Queen (S.) 
Johnsiun Wm. trunkmaker 4.47 n. Front 
Jolley Samuel, 46 Union, 
Tones Abraham J. dealer 93 n. 9{h 



JON JON 

t Jones Abraham, dealer 194 s. 2d 

t Jones Rev. Absalom, 32 Powell 

Jones Amos A. iron merchant 2 1 1 Race n. 6th 

t Jones Amos, coachman 23 Applelree alley 

Jones Andrew, paperstainer 1 3th above Race 

Jones Ann, widow Walnut west of Broad 

Jones Ann 8c Co. storekeepers 104 n. 2d 

t Jones Anthony, sweep Apple street 

Jones Arabella, (Sansom's row) 187 Walnut 

[^see Jahns and Johna 
Jones Benjamin, carpenter 563 s. Front 
Jones Benj.iron merchant 93 s. 8th & 18 s. Wharves 
Jones Benj. jun. merchant 234 s. Front 
Jones Benj. engraver 8 Carter's alley 
Jones Benj. grazier 7 Cedar 
Jones Charles, teacher S. W. cor. 6th and Race 
t Jones Charles, woodsawyer 328 s. 6th 
t Jones Charles, labourer 234 Lombard 
Jones Christopher M. teacher 88 Browne and i% 

Budd^ 
Jones Daniel, chairmaker 126 Coats 
Jones Daniel H. storekeeper 50 north 2d 
Jones David, hatteP 128 n. 2d 
Jones David, carpenter 109 Christian 
Jones Edward, calicoprinter, silk, cotton, and wooU 

len dyer cor. Vine and sch. Front 
Jones Edward, sea captain 43 Almond 
Jones Elizabeth, widow back 346 n. 2d & 87 Coats- 
Jones Elvey, labourer 54 New Market 
Jones Evan, carter Carpenter (S.) near Fiftb 
Jones Evan, paperhanger 7 Norris* alley 
Jones Evan, milkman Locust west of Broad 
Jones G. labourer Rose alley (N. L.) 
Jones Geo. calicoprinter Marlborough n. Queea 
Jones George W. merchant 139 Walnut 
Jones Geo. D. cabinetmaker 83 Dock and 20 Car- 
ter's alley 
t Jones George, oysterman Green's coiu't 
Jones Henry, shoemaker 9 1 Browne 
Jones Hugh, milkman Broad below Walnut 
Jones Hugh, gunsmith 216 s. 5th 
Jones Ira,, gentleman 9f Mulberry 



JON JON 

Jones Isaac, tobacconist 1 69 n. Front 

Jones Isaac C. merchant 184 Mulberry 

Jones Isaac C. and T. Firth, merchants 86 Higb 

Jones Isaac H. tobacconist 1 69 n Front 

Jones Isaac R. storekeeper 38 n. 2d 

Jones J taylor 154 Sassafras 

Jones J. N. E. cor. Chesnut and Third 

Jones Jacob, carpenter Petticoat alley 

Jones James, shoemaker 92 n. 9th 

Jones James, hatter and bridlebitmaker 444 n. ^4 

and 243 St. John 
.lones James, labourer Rose alley 
Jones James, baker Locust above 9th 
Jones Jane, boardinghouse 7 1 New 
Jones Jeremiah, teacher 116 n. 6th 
Jones Jesse, cooper 44 s. 5th 
Jones Jesse H. gentleman 38 Pine 
Jones John, wheelwright Locust cor. Tenth 
Jdnes John, taylor 122 north Water 
Jones John, sea captain 25 Prune 
Jones John, tavernkecper Beach n. Penn 
Jones John, quarryman 17 Small 
Jones John flour and feed store 326 n. Front 
Jones John, ladies' shoemaker 165 s. Third 
Jones John, eurrier 22 Small 
Jones John C. 19 Sassafras 
Jones John K. wheel and carriage maker 418 xi. 

Third and 2 1 9 St. John's 
Jones John K. jun. cabinetmaker 424 n. Third 
Jones John M. distiller 2 and 4 s. 8th 
Jones Jonathan D. hatter 175 n, 2d 
Jones Joseph, gentleman 7 York buildings 
Jones Joseph, shoemaker 9 1 Brt^ne 
Jones Joseph, saddler 65 n. 8lh 
Jones Lewis, labourer Shackamaxon st. 
Jones Lloyd, sea captain 225 s. Front 
Jones M. carpenter Sheaff 's alley 
Jones Margaret, widow 142 Swanson 
Jones Mrs. widow 419 s. Front 
Jones Mrs. teacher and stationer 26 north Fourth 
Jones Mrs. of Lvan,milkwoman corner Wateut and. 

Tentli 



JON ^JON 

Jones Nathan, storekeeper 48 south Second 

Jones Nathan, jun. printer 82 Union 

Jones Owen, merchant 154 south Second 

Jones Owen, mate back 21 Callowhill 

t Jones Peter, porter Sansom's alley 

Jones Philip, umbrellamaker 73 south Second 

Jones Rebecca, gentlewoman Brooke court 

t Jones Rebecca, pepperpot woman Mary's alley 

Jones Rees, tobacco merchant, warehouse 60 Dock) 

dwelling 16 north Eighth 
Jones Richard, maltster 95 south Fifth 
t Jones Richard, labourer Juniper alley 
Jones Richardson, mariner 45 1 south Front 
Jones Robert, sea captain 191 Cedar 
Jones Robert E. gentleman 38 south Sixth 
Jones Robt. W. lace and fringe maker 33 n. 7th 
Jones Samuel, mariner 175 St. John 
Jones Samuel, smith Litle*s court 
Jones Samnel, blacksmith. Prime below Second 
Jones Samuel, merchant 48 north Second 
Jones Samuel, hatter 234 south Second 
Jones Samuel, cabinetmaker Dawson's court 
Jones Samuel W. merchant 103 and 154 n. Front 
Jones Silas, labourer 1 18 Browne 
Jones, Smith 8c Co. merchants 103 north Front 
Jones Stephen, shallopman back 2 1 Noble 
Jones Thomas, m. d. 144 Vine 
Jones Thomas, calicoglazer 8c grocer 77 Callowhiil 
Jones Thomas, coach trimmer 80 Locust 
Jones Thomas, woollen draper 25 south Second 
Jones Thos. labourer Frankford road near Otter 
Jones Thomas, oysterman 5 Callowhill 
t Jones Thomas, oysterman 1 1 Walnut 
Jones Thomas P. m. d. 25 Sansom, lecture room 

corner Chesnut and Fourth 
Jones Walter, mariner 24 Cypress alley 
Jones widow of Isaac, gentlewoman 17 Pine 
Jones widow of Jesse, 239 north Front 
Jones widow of John, Rose alley (N. L.) 
Jones widow of Wm. 25 south Second 
Jones Wm. plaisterer Hyde's court 
Jones Capt. Wm. 230 south Front 



JON JUS 

Jones Wm. pumpmaker265 Catharine 

Jones Wm. shoemaker 460 south Second 

Jones Wm. carver of picture frames 1 10 Gherry 

Jones Wm, mariner 7 Callowhill 

Jones Wm. coachmaker, Hunter's court 

Jones Wm. J. gentleman 9 south Ninth 

Jones Wm, R. engraver 25 south Second 

t Jones Wm. labourer Little Oak 

Jonty Ann, widow, 28 Bread 

Jope John Wm. wireworkerChesnut west of sch. 7th 

^fordan , mariner 6 Penn 

Jordan B. corner Pine and Seventh 
Jordan Henry, currier 80 north Third 
Jordan John, merchant 123 north Third 
Jordan John & Co. merchants 123 north Third 
Jordan widow of Joseph, plaisterer corner Fedei;al 

and Front 
Jordan Michael, labourer 287 south Fourth 
Jordan Mrs. teacher 5 1 south Fifth 
Jordan Sarah, widow, 1 1 Wood (N. L.) n. SecoTid 
Jordan Wm. coachman 227 Walnut 
t Jordon Thomas, porter 245 south Fourth 
t Joseph C. hairdresser 9 Prune 
Josiah J. Harrison & Lee, glass warehouse 23 Dock 
Josiah James, sea captain 23 Christian 
Joubert P. goldsmith and jeweller 240 south Second 
Jourdan David, 79 north' Water and Red Store whf, 
Jourdan Zachariah, labourer 68 Coats' 
Joyce Thomas R. taylor back 16 Plum 
Jugiez Martin, carver 128 Walnut 
Julian Wm. carpenter 2 Harmony street 
t JuUian John, back 6 Locust 
Juppenlatz Frederick, back 354 south Second 
Justice C. shoemaker 474 Race 
Justice George, surveyor to North American Insu- 
rance Company 168 north Fourth 
Justice George, back 12 Strawberry 
Justice Jacob, ironmonger 149 High and 90 Vine 
Justice John, teacher 20 Strawberry 
Justice Joseph, plaisterer 17 1 Vine 
Justice Peter, rigger 63 Queen (S.) 
Justice Mrs. of William, 74 Crown 



|U3 KAU 

Justice Wm. A. shipwright Marlborough cori>^ 

Bedford 
Justice Charles, shoemaker 46 Sassafras 
Juslison Mrs. of Isaac labourer Aspen alley 
Juvenal Nicholas, starch and powder manufactory 

old York road near Noble \ 



Kaen John, grocer Ann street (Schuylkill) 

Kahmer Reinard, rigger Graff's alley 

Kaighin John, shoe warehouse 108 north Second 

Kaighn Doctor John, 179 St. John 

Kail Geo. drayman George above Third 

Kain David, carpenter 244 Cedar 

Kain Mary, spinster back 1 2 1 Queen 

[_see Kaighn, Cain, Kean, Keen^ and Kant 
Kain Patrick, shoemaker 32 Gilles's alley 

Kain , labourer 128 Locust 

Kalbach Henry, sugar-refiner Schriver's court 

Kaler Jacob, tanner 24 1 St. John's 

Kalhaffer Frederick, well digger 20 Bryan's alley 

Kallagan Wm.shallopman 84 Dock Sjee Callaghan 

Kammerer Henry, 3 Heyde's court 

Kammerer widow of J. R. printer 60 Chesnut 

Kane Conrad, mill-stone maker James street 

Kane Daniel, tobacconist 394 south Second 

Kane Elisha, merchant 121 s. Front and 335 High 

Kane Mrs. of John, grocer 25 Union {see Cain 

Kannon Francis, labourer Lombard above Eleventh 

Karbaugh John, cooper 2d above Germantown.R. 

Karen Francis, typefounder 228 south Fifth 

Karl John, cotton spinner Germantown K. above 2d 

t Kasey John, porter Garden above Vine 

Karston Margaret, widow 16 Mary (S ) 

Kasely Mary, widow, 24 Elizabeth 

Kasper Martin, constable and baker Hamilton Vill. 

Kates Jacob, tobacconist 26 Appletree alley 

Katz John, baker Thirteenth near Race 

Katz John, carter 25 Callowhill 

Katz widow of Jacob, shoemaker 30 north Seventh 

Katz Michael, carter 1 1 Kunckel 

Kauderer Christian, shoemaker 182 north Thirci 



KAY KEE 

]|SJay Aaron, U. S. waggon master, Federal above 2d 

Kay Joseph, hatter 42 north Front 

Kay Joseph L. sea captain 24 Argyle 

Kay Josiah S. grocer 62 High and I Church alley 

Kay widow of Wm. mate 7 Chancery lane 

Kean Jeremiah, late corder 379 n. 4th [«ee Keen 

Kean John, grocer Ann st. (sch.) 

Kean John, merchant 407 High 

Kean Mary, widow, 20 1 Race 

Kean Moses, cordwainer 379 north Fourth 

Kean Robert, tavernkeeper 28 Walnut 

Kean Roderick, labourer 248 south Fourth 

Keany John, cordwainer back 108 Christian 

Keany Laughlin, cordwainer, back 108 Christian 

Keany Michael, late drover 185 Cedar 

Kearns John, mariner 96 Christian 

Kearny Francis, engraver 64 south Eighth and cor. 

Seventh and Sansom \_see Carney 

Keasby Jesse, currier 67 and 69 Chesnut 
Keating John, 183 south Fifth 
Keating William, grocer corner High and sch. 3d 
Keatting Lambert, boot maker N.E. corner Doc)- 

and Third 
Keck Christian G. teacher 73 north Eighth 
Keck John, carpenter Sixth near Coats' 
Kee James, carpenter Juniper above Arch 
Keech Z. painter, 8cc. 429 north Front 
Keef d Joseph, vermecilla manufacturer Federa! 

near Front 
Keehmle John, m. d 33 north Fourth 
Keehmle Leonard, register of German passengers 

79 north Third 
Keehmle Samuel, attorney at law 37 north Fourth 
Keel John, cordwainer 102 Locust 
Keel Mrs. widow, 192 Vine 
Keeley Ellen, seamstress 165 north Sixth 

Keeler , teacher 413 south Front 

Keemer Elizabeth, cake baker 422 south Front 
Keemer George, shoemaker back 422 south Front 

and 1 1 south Third 
Keen Andrew, shipjoincr Shackamaxon ^see Kean 
Keen & Drais,sailmakers25 south Wharves 



KEE KEL 

Keen Elizabeth, widow, 146 south Ninth 

Keen Elizabeth, gentlewoman, 466 north Secorid 

Keen James and Jacob, shipjoiners, Penn n. Maiden 

and Crown n. Prince 
Keen James, shipwright Beach near Maiden 
Keen James C. sailmaker 367 north Front 
Keen John, carpenter 26 Green 
Keen Joseph, leather store 115 Chesnut, dwelling 

19 south Fourth 
Keen Joseph, sea captain 26 Green 
Keen J. & Co. lumber yard Oak (N. L.) 
Keen Margaret, boarding house 251 Cedar 
Keen Matthias, carpenter 26 Green 
Keen Sarah, tailoress 120 New 
Keffer Anthony, caulker Vienna near Duke 
KefFer John, cordwainer 123 north Front 
Keffer Martin, carter Vienna near Duke 
Keghler Leonard, gardener Marlborough n. Prince 
Keho Thomas, grocer and bottler 239^ south 2d 
Kehr John, baker 440 north Third [see Kerr ^ Carr 
Keighkar Samuel, victualler 195 north Eighth 
Keighler Jacob, tinplateworker 73 and 94 north 6th 

[see Kugler 
Keighler John, blacksmith, 33 north Tenth 
Keim and Brown, merchants 62 north Front 
Keim George D. E. hardware merchant 16 Race 
Keim Jacob, copperplatemaker 304 Sassafras 
Keim John, turner and coal merchant 127 n. 4th 
Keiper Abraham, tobacconist 66 nortii Fourth 
Keith Samuel, merchant 279 south Front 
Kekh George, baker 30 Strawberry 
Keley Andrew, Juniper above Arch 
Kellahin and Lorton, stable keepers Laurel street 
Kellem Benj. blacksmith 31 Pewterplatter alley 
Keller Adam, corder 194 north Third \_see Kelly, 
Keller Conrad, tinplateworker 64 north Front 
Keller George, carpenter 109 north Fifth 
Keller widow of Jacob, 66 Tammany 
Keller John, shoemaker 25 Appletree alley 
Keller Wm. blacksmith 61 north Fifth 
Kelley Bartholomew, carter 6 Bedford (M.) 

[see Kdky Killc^ Keller 
H h 



KEL KEN 

Kelley David, watchmaker and jeweller 227 n. 2d 
Kelley Edward, sailmaker 23 Sassafras 
Kelley Eleanor, grocer 198 north Water 
Kelley John, carter 297 south Fifth 
Kellum Charles, hatter 35 Noble street 
Kellum James, mariner 129 Green 
Kelly Hugh, cordwainer 187 n. 3d ^see Kelley 

Kelly James, drayman M'Culloch's court 
Kelly John, labourer Shackamaxon 
^Kelly John, hatter 5 Prune 
Kelly John, morocco manufacturer corner George 

and Pitt 
Kelly John, grocer 20 Swanson and 79 Penn 
Kelly John, hatter 16 Walnut 
Kelly Philip, shoe, glue, trunk, &c. manufacturer 

256 north Third 
Kelly Pvobert, trunkmaker 22 Bank 
Kelly Samuel, drayman 50 Browne 
Kelly Thos. shoe and trunkmaker 10 south Seventh 
Kelly Thos. and Philip, shoe and trunk store 70 

High, dwelling 10 south Seventh 
Kelly Thomas, labourer 463 north Third 
Kelly Thomas, tailor Drinker's court 
Kelly Wm. shoemaker 82 Browne 
Kelly Wm. taylor and tavernkeeper corner Water 

and Sassafras (Mariner's Hotel) 
Kelly Wm. shipwrig ht 45 Christian 
Kelsell Frances, widow 186 Chesnut 
Kelsey John C. tax collector 80 Spruce 
t Kelton Robert, labourer 4th above Browne 
Kemble George, shoemaker 33 south Third 
Kemp George, accomptant 92 south Fifth 
Kemper Rev. Jackson, 86 Market 
Kempton John, bricklayer 34 Arch 
Kempton Moses, scrivener 34 Mulberry 
Kempton Moses, jr. merchant 53 north W^ater 
Kencel John, shoemaker back 341 Callowhill 

{sec Kens el 
tKendall Caleb, storekeeper 365 north Front 
Kenderdine Jacob, carpenter Kunckel below Green 
Kendrick David, innkeeper 218 High 
Kcnnard Anthony, carpenter 206 St , Johns 

fsce Kinnard 



KEN KEN 

Kennedy widow of Andrew, soapboiler corner l-'iKli 

and Vine 
Kennedy Andrew, distiller IS3 Vine and Walnut 
Kennedy B. m. d. S.W. corner 6th and Sassafras 
Kennedy David, glass and picture store 116Chesnut 
Kennedy David, boarding house 65 Walnut 
Kennedy Elizabeth, seamstress 197 north Front 
Kennedy Frances, shopkeeper 12 St. Mary 
Kennedy George, labourer 501 south Second 
Kennedy Hector, grocer 4 1 north Third 
Kennedy H, J. sea captain 64 Swanson 
Kennedy H. sea captain 9 Little German 
Kennedy Henry H. sea captain 43 Shippen 
Kennedy Isaac P. bootmaker 18 south Fourth 
Kennedy James, grocer 9 south Sixth 
Kennedy James k Co. merchants High ftbove 13th 
Kennedy James, labourer 10 Spruce 
Kennedy. John, locksmith Kessler*s court 
Kennedy Margaret, boardingbouse 9 Pear 
Kennedy iNIary, widow, Moyamensing below Chris- 
tian 
Kennedy Mary, mantuamaker Schriver's court 
Kennedy Patrick, victualler Moyamensing n. Prime 
Kennedy Rolx:rt, stablekeeper 98 north Fifth * 
Kennedy Robert, gentleman 343 Arch 
Kennedy Samuel, looking glass manufactory 72 

Chesnut 
Kennedy Thomas D. sea captain ^1 Mary (S.) 
Kennedy Thomas, conveyancer 24 Strawberry 
Kennedy Mrs. of William, shoemaker 128 Plum 
Kennedy Wm. boot and shoemaker 46 Spruce 
Kennedy Wm. grocer 85 south Fifth 
Kenney Daniel, sea captain 191 north Front 

[^see JCiiineij and Quesiict 
Kenney Robert, stoveletter 75 Christian 
Kensel George, carpenter 465 north Third 
Kensel John, blacksmith 291 Arch and 69 n. 8th 
Kensel Lewis, carter 270 St. John 
Kensel Margaret, seamstress 465 north Third 
Kensel widow of John, back 246. north Second 
Kensil John, victualler 230 St. John [.9C/? Keyicd 
Ken'^il Michael, shipioiner Ntw Market n. Peer^ 



KEN. K^Y 

Kent Josias, grocer 14 south Tenth 

Kenton James C. grocer S.E. cor. Lombard & 8th 

Kenton Joseph, jun. distiller 303 south Third antt 

177 Shippen 
Kenton Joseph, grocer 61 north Eighth 
Kenton Thomas, comb maker 59 north Fourth 
Kentzel widow of Christian, Brewer's alley n. 4th 
Kepler Mary, widow 365 north Third 
Kepley Christian, drayman 86 Budd 
Keppele Michael, alderman 133 and 136 Chesnut 
Kerbaugh Daniel, labourer 43 Charlotte 
Kerbaugh John, cooper 2d above Germantown road 
Kerby Edward, stablekeeper 27 Prune 
Kerlin Davis, deputy marshal, 285 s. 5th 
Kern Andrew, accomptant 1 19 Swanson 
Kern Gabriel, tayk)r 117 s. Water 
Kern Gabriel and John, taylors 123 s. Water 
Kern John, merchant 1 8 1 Pine 
Kern John, accomptant 405 s. 2d 
Kerner Christian, watchman cor. Pine and 6th 
Ker John C. gentleman, Chesnut next A. Fine Arts 
Ker widow of Joseph, 1 1 9 Mulberry [see Karr ksf Carr 
Ker Wm. shipchandler 17 south Wharves and 119 

Arch 
Kerr James, saddler, &c. 52 n. *d [&<?<? Kehr 

Kerr James, mariner 10 Cedar 
Kerr Capt. Walter, 308 Chesnut above Eleventh 
Kerrick An^d. shoemaker cor. Lombard and sch. 8th 
t Kersey Jourdan, labourer Cherry 
Kesner David, carpenter Queen n. Shackamaxon 
Kessler George, yeoman Gray's ferry road 
Kessler John, justice of the peace 166 Coats 
Kessler John, jun. grocer 1 64 Coats' cor. 4th 
Kessler John, baker 35 Budd 
Kessler Wm. gardener Hanover n. Queen 
Kessling Henry, joiner Germantown w)ad n. 4th 
Ketcham Daniel, 490 n. 2d 
Kethcart Wm. cooper Alban st» 
Key John, shallopman Lily alley 
Key Michael, coach and sign painter cor. 10th ami 

Filbert 



miY KIM 

Keys Geo. smith Germantown road above Third 
Keys Joseph, shallopman back 416 s. Front 
Keyser Adam, baker 193 s. Third 
Keyser Charles, teacher German hall seminary, 

dwelling 8 n. 9th 
Keyser Elizabeth, widow 266 St. John 
Keyser 8c Gorgas, lumber merchants 225 n. Water 
Keyser Jacob, baker 114 n. 8th 
Keyser Jacob, plaisterer 20 n. 9th 
Keyser John, flour merchant 47 Filbert 
Keyser John, labourer back 1 1 5 Arch 
Keyser John, labourer 236 St. John 
Keyser Joseph, turner 475 n 2d 
Keyser Joseph and Jacob, grocers 195 n. 2d 
Keyser Mary, Taper alley 
Keyser Nicholas, sugarboiler 212 St. John 
Keyser Peter, lumber merchant 35 Callowhill 
Keysey Henry, weaver Germantown road above 2d 
Kibby Charles, carter 38 1 n. 4th 
Kibier David, grocer 94 Coats* 
K^bler widow of John, flourstore 382 High 
Kibier Joseph, brushmaker 104 n. Third 
Kid John, shallopman Raspberry alley 
Kid Robert, copper merchant 101 Walnut 
Kidwell widow of John, sea captain 6 Brewer's alley 
Kilby widow of Turpin, gentleman 350 s. Front 
Killar John, carter 429 south Front 
Kille Aaron, merchant 53 n. Front and 20 Vine 
Killey Edward, sailmaker 23 Sassafras 
Killingcr Christopher, mate Federal n. 2d 
Killinger George, shoemaker 13 Spafford 
Killingsworth Luke, constable & storekeeper 25 n. 3d 
Killough Robert, taylor 96 s. Water 
Kilpatrick Samuel, drayman Spafford st. 
Kilvington Benj. B. segarmaker 1 Ith below Locust 
Kimber and Conrad, printers, booksellers, and sta- 
tioners, 93 High 
Kimber Emmor, bookseller. See. 31 Spruce 
Kimber and Richardson, booksellers 257 High 
Kimble Hannah, washerwonnan Weaver's alley 
Kimble Job, cabinetmaker 8 Pine 
Kimble W. labourer 8 Hopkins' court 

Hh2 



KIM KIN 

Kimmel John H. furrier, &c. Christian below 4th 

Kindell Joseph, shoemaker cor. George and Pitt 

Kindle Clayton, smith 189 n. 2d 

Kiner Henry, carter Christian near Third 

Kinerman Susannah, 284 Mulberry 

King Alburtis, 4lh above Callowhill 

King B. taylor cor. Laurel and Budd 

King Charles, sea captain 370 s. Front 

King Christiana, widow, boardinghouse 29 Noble 

King Daniel, shipjoiner Marlborough n. Queen 

King Daniel, jun. brassfounder 76 s. Front 

King Deborah, tutress 170 s. 5th 

King Elizabeth, widow 173 n. Front 

King George M. coppersmith 30 Kunckle 

King Hermanas, taylor 14 s. Water 

King Isaac, labourer 444 n. Front 

King Isaiah, carter Laurel n. Budd 

King Jacob, carter Rachael n. Laurel 

King James, jun. and Co. iron merchants 2i I n. 3ti 

King James, gentleman 210 n. Front 

King John, merchant 9 Dock 

King John, young gentlemen's academy 66 Dock 

King John, hatter and furrier back 152 Race 

King John, carpenter 136 Cedar 

King John, silverplater back 152 Race 

King John, painter, &c. cor. Pine and Eleventh 

King John, boardinghouse 91 s. "Water 

King John,brushmaker and innkeeper 66 Shippen 

t King John, shipwright 7 Prune 

King Margaret, shoestore 236 s. 2d 

King Mrs. of Joseph, painter. Sec. Smith's court (sch.) 

King Mrs. shopkeeper 8 Chancery lane 

King Robert, mastmaker Queen n. Marlborough 

King Samuel, sea capt lin 105 Catharine 

t King Solomon, porter 29 Strawberry 

King widow of Wm. Weaver's alley 

King Wm. silverplater, &c. 137 Mu^berpy 

King Wm. oysterman 14 Swanson 

King&land John, carpenter 26 Poplar lane 

Kingston Simon, sea captain 54 Almond 

Kingston Stephen, merchant 48 s. 6th 

Kingston Thomas, carpenter 217 s. 5th 



KIN KIS 

Kinnan John, fuller, call 71 s. Sth 

Kinnan Joseph W. turner and machine maker 1 lU 

Walnut and 71 s. 5th 
Kinnard Thomas, coachtrimmer 1 1th near Filbert 

l^see Kennard 
Kinnard widow of Jacob, Maple st. 
Kinney widow ofMitchel, back439n. 2d[«e6'.ff'(?w;zet/ 
Kinsey Edmund, saddler, 8cc. cor. Chesnut and 3d 
Kinsey Samuel, wharf builder Penn n. Maiden 
* Kinsler Michael, Wright alley 

Kinsler Michael, labourer Cedar n. sch. 4th 

.rLinsiey Y. sailmaker back 107 Queen (S.) 
Kinsley He^iry, labourer Walnut n. sch. 3d 

VKin'sley Sanfl|iel, combmaker Spruce n. sch. 5th 

Jfintzing Abraham, merchant 5 Dock, dwelling 111 
^*'. s. Fourth 

Kintzing Abraham, jun. merchant 5 Dock 
Kintzing B. and A. jun. merchants 5 Dock 
Kintzing Benjamin H. merchant 5 Dock and CheS- 

nut n. 1 1th 
Kip Wm. cordwainer 394 s. 2d 
Kipp Isaac J. teacher Cherry above Queen 

Kirbey , sea captain Queen n. 2d 

Kirby Benjamin, bricklayer 34 Kunckle 

Kirby Hannah, widow 500 s. Front 

K-irby Wm. mariner 296 Arch 

Kirk John, late merchant Noble n. Third 

Kirk John, labourer Prospect alley 

Kirk Mrs. of Joseph, carpenter 77 Arch 

Kirk P. widow 144 Vine 

Kirk Philip, brickmaker Lombard n. sch. 8lh 

•'Kivkpatrick Andrew, plaisterer 73 Locust 
Kirkham widow of Charles, stor«ikeeper 7 s. 4lh 

. ''Kirkhoff Christian, 394 n. Third 
Kirkhoff Christian, jun. combmaker 392 n. Third 
KirkhofT Jacob, tobacconist 394 n. Third 
Kirkland James, weaver. Carpenter (S.) above 6th 
Kirtland Thomas, tanner 528 n. Third 
Kisley Catharine, washerwoman Steinmetz* court 

(N.L.) 
Kisselman Susannah, gentlewoman 166 s. 2d 
Kissick John, engineer Waterworks n. Schuylkill 




KIT— KJ^E 

Kitchen James, city taveriv and exchange 86 and 

dwelling 99 s. 2d 
K-itchen Jonathan, taylor Callowhill st. wharf 
Kitchen Joseph, saddler, &c. 188 n. 3d & 60 n. 5th 
Kite Benjamin & Thomas, booksellers and station* 

ers 20 n. Third 
Rite Isaac, carpenter 398 Sassafras 
Kite Jonathan, potter Cherry above 1 Ith 
Kite Joseph, china store 34 s. 4th 
Kite Joseph, carpenter 398 Sassafras 
Kite Thomas, stationer, &c. 20 n. Third 
Kitler John, plaisterer 308 Vine cor. Chester 
Kittera Ann, shopkeeper 235 High ^ 
Kittera Thomas, attorney at law 36 s.||th 
Kittinger Leonard, innkeeper 18 n. Fourth 
Kitts John, sea captain 293 s. Front 
Kitts Michael, oakcooper 32 Stamper's alley 
Klapp John, grocer 223 s. 2d cor. Lombard 
Klapp Joseph, m. d^.. 290 s. 2d and cor. Shippen 
Klapp Joseph and Co. druggists, 8cc. S. W, coraer 

Shippen and 2d 
Klaser Jacob, labourer Germantown road n. 4th 
Klewell Abm. joiner intersection Germantown road 

and 6th 
Kline Jacob C. grocer 270 High 
Kine Peter, bricklayer 374 n. Third I'see CHne 

Kline Sophia, widow 136 Coats 
Kline Thomas, labourer 207 St. John 
KUne Wm. labourer, Hickory lane 
KUngle A. cooper and guager 56 Callowhill 
KUngle G. dentist 148 n. 8th 
Klipper widow of John, weaver 317 n. Third 
Klonegar John, baker 316 n. Second 
Kloss Christian, baker 8 1 Passyunk road 
Klotz John L. weaver 421 n. Third 
Klotz John C. taylor 381 n. Front 
Knaht George, victualler Lawrence st. 
Kneass Christian, silverplater 152 south Ninth 
Kneass John, copperplate printer 3 Chancery lane 
Kneass William, engraver 3 Chancery lane and 22. 

north Eighth 
Kneill Baltus, broom, &c. maker 99 Green ^ 

Kneppley & Dillinger, storekeepers 192 n. Second 




KNE KSp 

Kneppley Peter, storekeeper 192 north Second 
Knerr Henry, tavernkeeper 140 High [ste Knotr 
Kneltle George, drayman Rugan street 
Knezel Jacob, blacksmith 150 St. John 
Knight Alexander, m. d. 204 north Front 
Knight Charles, miniature painter 33 Crown 
Knight Daniel, carpenter 12 and 172 Cherry 
Knight Daniel, blacksmith 351 Callowhiii 
Knight Edward, labourer Arch near sch. Second 
Knight Hugg, back 446 north Front [^see Mght 
Knight Isaiah, broker 89 south Fourth near Pine 
Knight Jonathan, lumberyard 179 north Water and 

dwelling 39 Artillery lane 
Knighi Joseph, iron merchant 39 Duke (N. L.) 
Knight Joseph, tailor 188 north Second 
Knight Margaret, shopkeeper Hudson's Lane n. 7th 
Knight Mary, widow, back 229 Callowhiii 
Knight Susannah, widow 23 Walnut 
Knighton Josh, stocking weaver 26 Appletree alley 
Kniles widow of Philip, 22 Kunckel 
Knipe John, carpenter 536 north Third 
Knodle Daniel, bricklayer 5 Fayette 
Knodle George, brick maker Buttonwood street 
Knoes Jacob, baker 124 south Second 
Knorr Andrew, victualler Wood above Eighth 
Knorr George, lumber merchant compting house 

195, dwelling 197 north Water [see Knerr 

Knorr George, labourer Callowhiii above Eighth 
Knorr George, baker 19 north Sixth 
Knorr Jacob, ironmonger 40 north Third 
Knorr Jacob, labourer Wood above Eighth 
KncM-r Jacob, victualler 297 Callowhiii 
Knott widow of John, 432 north Third 
Knous and Fullmer, flour merchants 4 Old YorkR. 
Knous Jacob, 4 Old York Road 
Knous John, late carter 115 Callowhiii 
Knous Philip, bricklayer Frankford road nearQuefen 
Knowles Jane, tuiress 12 Union 
Knowles Sarah, shopkeeper 104 south Second 
Knowles widow of William, grocer '^^ Christian 
Knows Jacob, shoestore 16 High p-'d 127 n. Fifth 
Knox Charles, stonv pavier cor^ Tammany 8c 4th 
Knox ElizotiCth, widow of tViu. back 74 s. Fifth 



KNO KRE 

"SLnox George, tobacconist 2 1 2 north Eighth 
Knox Hannali, widow 74 north Seventh 
Knox Jacob, mariner 305 south Front 
Knox Jno. watchman 2d. above Germhntown road 
Knox John, accomptant 8 Springet alley 
Knox John, grocer 298 south Third 
Knox Joseph, bridle bit and tip maker, near the in- 
tersection of 6th and the Germantown road 
Knox William, shipwright Maiden 
Knox William, ship joiner 48 Budd 
Koch Jacob G. merchant, dwelling 337 High and 

office 46 Walnut 
Kochersperger Jacob, labourer back 444 s. Front 
Kochersperger John, labourer 107 Christian 
Kochersperger Martin, farmer Vineyard 
Koegh and Maguire, grocers 78 north Fifth 
Koegh Patrick, grocer 78 north Fifth 
Koechling Frederick A. baker 26Callowhill 
Koecker Leonard, surgeon dentist 33 north Eighth 
Koehler John, coach wheelwright 36 Columbia 

avenue, dwelling 205 south Seventh 
Kohler John, lockmaker 352 north Front 
Kohlinkamp Nicholas, tinplate worker 267 n. Front 
Kokerspire George, hairdresser, &c. 326 n. 2d 
Konigmacher A. merchant 141 High and 108 Arch 
Kooken Henry, taylor 3 Brewer's alley 
Kookooyjei John, whipmaker 133 north Fifth 
Kookooyaei Samuel, whip vender 133 north Fifth 
Korckhauss Andrew, furrier 24 north Fourth 
Korckhauss Henry, furrier 55 north Third 
jKbrn Henry, lace 8c fringe weaver 250 Sassafras 
Abrn Michael, shoemaker Frankford R. n. Queen 
Kvdik George, cabinet maker 6 1, 76 n. 7lh [see Craft 
ifraft widow of P. 56 north Fifth 
iTrall Peter, labourer Juni^^er near Spruce 
jframer Henry, coachmaker Raspberry alley 
JSTraugVit Martin, labourer Watkin's court 
Kvtbtl Matthias, grocer 8c tavernkeeper Beach n. 

Hanov«Lr 
Xi^ebs George,^rickmaker 17 north Fifth 
A'^reider Abrahan*,^ grocer 143 north Third 
A'reider Frederick,\^^er 2*3 r^crth Second 



KRE KUH 

AVcider Henry, yoeman west near Vienna 
A'reider John, brickmaker Cedar street wharf 
Areider Lewis, hatter 58 Green 
A'reider Mary, teacher 71 Crown 
Areker J. P. baker, back 185 High 
ATrigamyer Jacob, 2d above Germantcwn R. 
ATrigamyer Jacob, jr. fence makerOeorge above 4th 
A'l'imniel George Y. merchant 204 Pine 
Aripps Margaret, shopkeeper 464 north Second 
Aripps Philip, potter 265 St. John 
A'rise William, baker 322 south Second 
A'rist Jacob, carter Torr's court 
A'roesen H. Sc E. seamstresses Laurel n. Budd 
Alonskup George, blacksmith back 108 Christian 
A'rouscup John, carpenter Palmer near Duke 
A^'umback Peter, labourer Shippen's lane 
Arumbhaar Ludwick, merchant 144 south Third i^ 

corner Spruce 
ATrutz John, grocer 145 St. John's [see Curds 

Alicher Christianna, shopkeeper 56 north Second 
Aiicher Jacob, silversmith n. 8th [see Cooker 

Aucher Wm. 67 Yine and 88 north Second 
A'uentzel Jacob, baker 145 Walnut 
ATugler Benjamin, m. d. 118 s. 4th [iCeighler 

A'ugler Charles, gentleman 89 Callowhill 
A'ugler George, storekeeper corner 4th Sc Sassafras 
Augler Henry, shoemaker Hudson's Lane 
A'ugler John, oak cooper 45 Passyunk road 
A'ugler and M'A'indley, coopers 32 Little Water 
A^uhl Henry, Cashier of the Farmers and Mechanics 

Bank 309 Mulberry 
ATuhlenkampf Nicholas, tinsmith 267 n. Front 
iSTuhn Adam, victualler Juniper near Arch 
A'uhn Adam, m. i>, 142 Chesnut ' 

Kuhn Charles, merchant 4 York buildings 
A^ulm Daniel, accomptant Elmslie's alley 
Auhn Daniel shoemaker 1 1 Laetitia court 
Auhn George K. 65 south Front 
Auhn widow of George, sea captain 124 s. Water 
A\ihn John, mate 167 St. John and 78 n. Tth 
A'uhn John, watchman Garden 
Auhn John, 53 Crown 



KUH— -LAF 

jfuhn Peter, auctioneer 190 High 

^uhn Peter & Son, auctioneers and commission 

merchants 65 south Front 
iTuhns Jacob, shoemaker Vine below Eighth 
JTulp George, brickmaker Hfckory lane 
jftTunckel C. late baker 355 n. Second [see Cankk 
iTunckel John, victualler James' 
ifunckel Peter, victualler James street 
iTunckel widow of John, 300 north Second 
^untz Jacob, gun maker Germantown R. n. 2d 
Aiirfis S. tavern keeper 95 north Fourth 
iTurtz Charles, bookbinder back 125 north Second 
JTurtz George, victualler 440 north Second 
ifurtz George, painter, &c. 210 north Eighth 
-^urtz George, jr. victualler 417 north Fourth 
JTurtz Peter, tobacconist back 125 north Second 
JTurtz Peter, jun. hatter back 125 north Second 
Ky\t William, merchant 30 Dock 



Laborde Francis, merchant 28 north Sixth 

Laboubee Madame, mantua maker 143 s. Fifth 

Xabrousse Paul, 178 Pine 

Labruere Henry, broker 38 Carter's alley 

Lace Wm. coach spring maker 17 s. Seventh and 

46 Carpenters alley 
Lacey — , labourer Broad n. Cherry 
Lacey Edward, mariner Prime above Front 
La Combe Peter, merchant 45 Coates alley 
Lackey Henry, blockmaker 15 s. wharves and 13 

Elfrith's alley 
Lackey James, blacksmith 210 south Seventh 
Lackey James, milkman corner sch. 5th & Pine 
Laconey James, ship carver back 40 St. John 
Laer John, farmer Buck road n. U. S. Arsenal 
Lafaucherie Elie, 1 60 south Front 
Laferty Archibald, shoemaker 127 south Front 
Laferty widow of Patrick, corner Christian and 5th 
LafFerty James, oysterman 311 High ^see Laverty 
Lafitte Anthony, perfumer 187 south Front 
Laforgue B. upholsterer, &c. 169 Pine 
Lafourcade P. M. printer 159 north Third 



LAI LAM 

Laidlcy Jame^, merchant taylor 112 Chesuut 
Lair John, shoemaker cor. Lombard and Eleventii 
Lajus and Michel, confectioners 108 High 
Lajus Paul, confectioner 1 15 High cor. Third 
Lake David, clerk of High st. market 
Lake David, shoemaker 143 n. 6th 
Lake John, morocco manufacturer 
Lake Lucas, blacksmith Oak n. Coats 
Lake Wm. sea captain 2 1 Browne 
Lakely Lewis, carpenter cor. Chester and Lemon 
Lalor John, tavernkeeper 142 s. Water 8c 143 Front 

[«ee JLolar 
t Lamare Stephen, hairdresser cor. Walnut and 

Water 
Lamare widow oT Matthias, 1 10 Cedar [see Lemaire 
Lamb John, maker 135 n. 5th 
Lamb John, grocer 242 s. 6th 
Lamb Joseph, victualler 406 n. Tiiird 
Lamb Wm. labourer 135 n. 5th 
Lambert Aaron and Co. m.erchants 36 s. Second 
Lambert B. 1 19 n. Front 
Lambert Gershom W. merchant 119 n. Front anti 

101 High 
I..ambert John H. m. d. 25 Filbert 
Lambert and Johnes, merchants 101 High 
Lambert Lawrence, labourer Mcrntt's lane above 5ih 
Lambert Maria, shopkeeper 70 Almond 
Lambert Nicholas, accomptant 10 Union 
Lamberth Catharine, teacher Brewer's alley n. 3d 
Lambery John, bottler 178 n. Water 
Lammarzelle Peier, hairdresser 44 Duke(N. L.) 
Lummot Daniel, merchant 1 1 s. Water &: 94 sowlh 

Front 
Lamon Andrew, carpet weaver. Mechanic 
Lament and Erwin, milliners 13 s. 4th 
Lamorelle Joseph, merchant 59 Lombard 
Lampas Wm. grain-distiller Asheton n. V^inc 
Li^mpler Richard, manner Swede's alley 
Lamport Geo. victualler Garden street 
Lamport Mary, 8 Vernon 
lamprey Henry A. tavernkeeper 236 Walnut 
Lamsback John, tobacconist NcW Market n. Pcgg st . 

I i ♦ 



LAM— LAN 

LaiiTvine A. watchmaker 176 n. 5th 

Lancart Ann, widow 28 Spruce 

Lancaster Jacob, labourer Gerniantown road n. 6Lh 

t Lancaster Jacob, carter 1 2 Springet alley 

Lancaster John, carpenter 176 n. 4th 

Lancaster Levi, carter Callowhill n. Ridge 

Lancaster Moses, carpenter 1 1 Wood st. (N. L.) n. 2d 

Lancaster Thomas, merchant 112 St. John 

Lancaster widow of John, sea captain 9 Queen ^.) 

Lancaster Wm. carpenter 46 George (S.) 

Land John, hatter 43 s. Front 

Land Michael, labourer 73 Green 

Landell Geo. boaibuilder Beach n. Maiden 

Landell Mary, tavernkeeper 359 n. Front 

Landers Michael, stablekeeper 213 s. 2d 

Landis Henry, stablekeeper 9 s. 4th and 14 Fi^ank- 

lin court 
Landis Samuel C. saddler 79 n. Front & Wagner's 
alley 

Landress , victualler Shipped n. 7th 

Landreth David and C. nursery and seedsmen Fede- 
ral n. Gray's ferry road 
Landy John, carpenter '2S Budd 
jtoane & Beale, brush and bellows manuf. 207 s. 7ih 
Lane Edward, accomplant 152 Spruce 
Lane James, clock and watchmaker 151 n. 2d 
Lane John, shoemaker 1 16 German 
Lane John, baker 46 n. 4th 
Lane Richard, bellowsmaker 207 s. 7th 
Laneman widow of John, Clymer's alley 
Lang John, accomptant cor. Spruce and Eleventh 
Lang John,, carpenter 255 s. Front [see Long 

Lang Wm. gatekeeper at Alms house 
Lang John G. baker 26 Pewterplatter alley 
Langebartel John Augustus, grocer 95 Coats 
Langer Joseph, suspendermaker 175 s. Front 
Langley Davis, rigger Almond st. wharf 
t Langly Benj. woodsawyer Merrill's lane n. 5th 
l^angly Wm. labourer 5 Small 
Langstrolh L G. paper manufacturer cor. High and 
gth ' [■'^'^ Longstreth 

J.anc-wcU M^'S. widow 242 Race , 



LAN*. LAT 

I.anilig^ Benj. cabinetmaker 114 Budd 

Laning Isaac, taylor Queen n. Marlborough 

Lansinger Jacob, shoemaker 10 Passyunk 

Lansmger Nicholas, labourer U. S. Arsenal 

Lantz Jacob, taylor, Bedford (M.) n. 7th [see Lcntz 

Lapess Hannah, boardinghouse 20 Walnut 

Lapp Abraham, victualler 515 n. Third 

Lapsley David, late merchant 144 Arch 

Lapsley David, jun. merchant 22 s. Front 

Lapsley John, merchant 23 s. rd 

Lapsley Joseph B. merchant 22 s. Front 

Lapsley Moses, carter 54 Passyunk 

i^apsley Wm. M. merchant 23 s. Second 

Larabey Francis, painter, 8cc. 67 Coats 

Laraque Mrs. piano-forte teacher 180 Spruce 

Lare widow of Adam, Flowers' alley 

t Lare Joseph, labourer 9th n. Cedar 

Lare Peter, blacksmith 102 Locust 

Laremore Jane, storekeeper 47 s. Second 

Larer Melchior, brewer 50 n. 6th 

Larer and Son, brewers 50 n. 6th 

Larey Charl&s, currier 166 s. Fourth 

Larey John W. coachmaker, back 392 n. Front 

Large Danl. engineer and machine maker 508 n. 

Front 
Large Ebenezer, carpenter 206 St. John 
Large widow of Ebenezer, merchant 169 Walnut 
Large James, merchant 169 High 
Large John, merchant 169 High and 196Chesnut 
Large Stephen, carpenter 534 north Third 
Larkins Edward, teacher 2 1 3 Cedar 
Larkum Thomas, boardinghouse 345 High 
La Roche Rene, m. d. corner Fifth and Pine 
La Save Alexander, Passyunk n. 8th 
Laskey John, baker 1 13 Vine 
Lassalle John, merrfhant 194 south Fourth 
Latapias Peter, 86 Lombard 
Latimta* George, merchant, and president of jhe 

Union Insurance Company, 85 s. 6th 
Latimer James, watchmaker 92A Chesnut 
Latimer 8c Murduck, flour merchants 67 n; Water 
l^tin}er Thomas, flour merchant 216 Mulberry 



LAT- — LAW 

Latimer widow of Wm. G. merchant 4 n. 8th 

Latour John, merchant 261 south Front 

Lauck David, oakcooper 128 Sassafras 

T^auck Hannah, widow 128 Sassafras 

Laud«nslager George, victualler 251 Callowhiil 

Laudenslager Richard, taylor 

Laughlen James, bookbinder Emien's alley 

f^auer John, carpenter Merritt's lane [see Lower 

Launy David F. doctor in natural and experimental 

philosophy, 124 Chesnut 
Laurens John, 82 Gaskill [see Laivrence 

Laussat Anthony, merchant 208 Walnut 
Laval John, merchant 210 Pine 
Lavall Peter, ropemaker Front below Federal 
Lavan Jacob, carpenter 8th near Vine 
Lavender Catharine, widow 1 5 Kunckel 
Lavering Jonathan, carpenter 478 Race 
Lavering Wm. carter 214 n. 8th 
L'averty John, 73 s. Second [see Laferin 

Laverty Jesse, grocer 259 High and 32 n. 9th 
Lavis widow of David, Oak below Noble 
Law Andrew, teacher of music 1 Bread st. 
Law Samuel, paperstainer 102 Christian 
I^awler E. widow ISO. south Fourth 
Lawler Matthew, aloTrman 34 Walnut 

[see Lalor and Lolar 
t Lawrence Anthony, hairdresser 405 n. Front 
Lawrence Augustine, mariner, head of Bradford's 

alley 
Lawrence Charles C stoneware manuf. Maiden 
Lawrence Conrad, cooper 3 Little Water 
Lawrence Christian, victualler James' 
Lawrence Daniel, cooper 28 Swanson 
Lawrence Edward, tavernkeeper and grocer 95 s. 

Water 
Lawrence George, plaisterer German n. 5th 

[see Laurens 
Lawrence George, hog victualler Buttonwood 
t Lawrence Henry, oysteiman 166 High 
Lawrence Isaac, merchant 38 north Third 
Lawrence Jacob, jun. carter cor. Prime and 2d 
Lawrence Jacob, carter back 459 8.,3<1 



LAW LA2 

Lawrence Jacob, cooper 17 Pewierplatter alley 
Lawrence Joseph Redman, merchant 13 Sansom 
Lawrence James, ropemaker, 2cl below Federal 
Lawrence John, carpenter back 114 n. 8th 
Lawrence John, paperstainer Federal n. 2d 
Lawrence John, paperstainer Arch n. sch. 8th 
Lawrence John, fringe manufacturer 49 & 1 33 n. 2d 
Lawrence John C. smith 202 St. John 
Zawrence L. skindresser 290 Vine 
//awrence Mary, teacher 3 Strawberry 
iawrence Mary, widow 101 Queen (S.) & 473 n. 3d 
Xuwrence Mary, widow, 83 north Sixth 
Lawrence Rebecca, gentlewoman 13 Sansom 
Lawrence Rebecca, nurse 153 north Second 
Lawrenson Thos. labourer 486 n 3d Sc 245 s. Front 
t Laws Cxsar, labourer Portland lane 
Laws Clement, morocco and hide store, N. E. cor. 

Dock and Walnut and 45 Spruce 
Laws Elijah, upholsterer 295 High 
Laws George, tanner 207 south Fourth cor. GaskiJt 
Laws James, tanner 51 1 north Front 
Laws L. & G. tanners 218 south Fourth 
Laws Ludowick, tanner 214 south Fourth 
Laws Martin, mariner 453 south Front 
\ Laws Stephen, coachman 10 Locust 
t Laws Stephen, woodsawyer 258 south Seventli 
Laws Wm. pilot Prime above Front 
Lawson Alexander, engraver Pine above Ninth 
I^awson David, mariner 12 York court 
i^awson John, sea captain 1 19 Callowhill 
Z^awson Thomas, grocer 44 Browne 
/.awson widow of Jacob, back 150 south Fourth 
Xawton Henry, grocer High near Thirteenth 
Zay Lewis Sc Co. merchants 4 s. Fourth [.sre Lty 
J.diy Thomas, fruiterer 32 High [aee Lee and Lea 
JLayburn Zachariah, potter liutionwood near Sixth 
/-ayle Thomas, mariner 47 south Water 
//ayman Andrew, carpet weaver 232 Rate 
/-ayman Saml. smith corner Beach &c Mavlboroug'h 
Layrey Dennis, drayman Arch near sch. 2d 
/.ayton John, laV^urersch. jBth below High 
i-azaro John, mariner 104 Swunson 
Ii2 



JLfAZ— Lfec 

iazarus Isaac, merchant 258 north Second 
Zea John, merchant 151 High ^ 163 Spryae 

Zea Joseph, sugar refiner 102 south Fourth 
Xeacock John, bookbinder 10 Pleasant avenue 
ieacock Wm. S. carpenter 8 Pleasant avenue 
jueadbeatter John, lampmaker, ^c. Currant alley be- 
low JLocust 
X.eadbeatter J. ^ Sheldon, patent lamp manufactory 
and brass foundery, Currant alley below Z,oc«st 
/.eaden John, 67 Queen (S.) 
Zeadenton Joseph, mariner 262 south Front 
Zetfhy Michael, plaisterer 27 Pewterplatter allfey 
Z^akRobert, painter, kifc. Broad near Chesnut 
/.eake Richard, attorney at law 16 s. Seventh 
/.earning Eliza, widow, 328 south Second 
/.earning Rebecca, gentlewoman 53 Pine 
/.*amy John, president of the Marine In^ur^fice 

Company 79 south Third 
/, eannard Michael, stone cutter Woglom*s court 
7. card Ruth, widow, 5 Marshall's alley 
/.easswidow of Henry, 45 Duke (N. L.) 
■Leatherbury Perry G. halter 83 north Fifth 
Weatherman Ann, gardener Hudson's lane 
Leatherman Michael, drayman irly alley 
^'eathermann widow of Peter, taylor iily^lley 
Leaver John, Mantua Hotel, Matitua Village 
Xe Baron Francis, surgeon U. S. army, office of 
the Inspector of Medicine and Hospital stores 
145 south Sixth 
Le iJrun Charles, teacher of languages 100 s. 2cK 
Xechleitner P. G. merchant 107 north Front 
Xechler George, victuallei' Fourth above Browne 
Xechler Cieorge E. Musician 2^8 south Fourth 
Xechler Joseph, oakcooper Fourth above Browne 
Lechtel Martin, labourer 427 north Third 
i.cclerc Mrs. 8 Powell 

Xecompion Ffancis, storekeeper S44 north Front 
Xeconey James, carver Penn near Maidtn 
t Xecount James, oysterman 92 north Second 
X Xecount Tliomas,oysierman 151 Cedac 
tXecount Wiilhtm, oysterman rt)3 PfUm 



LES liEf 

LectOi* William, cordwainer 19 Plum 
Xeddle Thomas, gardener Cordwainer's alley 
iedent Xambert, bottler 42 Dock 
iedley Sarah, seamstress 38 St. Mary 
Xee Alexander, carter 404 Sassafras 
Xee Andrew, mariner Race near Broad 
Zee Benjamin, bricklayer 2 1 2 south Fifth 

[see Lees and Leigh 
Xee Charles, grocer corner Chesnut and Twelfth 
Xee Christopher, sea captain 1 Pine [see Ley 

Xee Dawson, stone cutter 1 13 Catharine 
Xee Franklin, bricklayer Poplar near Second 
Xee George, skin dresser 316 north Front 
t Xee Henry, carpenter Vine near Juniper 
Xee James, enquire 33 Dock 
Xee James F. druggist, ^c. 378 south Second 
Xee James'H. stone cutter Juniper above Race 
t Xee James, labourer 12 Xocust 
Xee Jane, mantuamaker 13 north Fifth 
Xee John, tailor 178 south Water 
Xee John, mariner 368 south Front 
Xee Joseph, agent 70 south Second 
Xee Martha, widow. Beach near High Bcidge 
Xee O. S. teacher 65 south Fourth 
Xee Ralph, tavernkeeper 517 north Second 
Xee Robert, carter 66 Passyunk 
Xee Wm. chairmaker corner Second and Green and 
Xily alley [soe Lea 

t Xee Y. labourer Acorn alley 
Xeech Henry, trader 100 Vine [see Lekh and Lesh 
Xeech James, labourer corner Christian and Fifth 
Xeech Jane, 156 Spruce 
Xeedom Jonathan, merchant 29 Pine 
Xeedom William, merchant 138 Pine 
X«edom W. ^ J. merchants 102 south Wharves 
Xeeds Ann, widow of Samuel, back 35 1 north Front 
Xeek William, carter Christian near Fifth 
Xees Elizabeth, milkwoman 8 Quarry 
Xees Elizabeth, victualler 38 Crown 
Xees Henry, victualler 37 Crown 
Xeese widow of Philip, grocer 261 south Fifth cor- 
ner Plum [see Lee 
Xefevi^b J. F. sflyersinUh 45 sv Second {see Lafevre 



LEF LEM 

t . 

iefever Maxion, tavernkeeper Catherine st. whftl'^^ 
Xefevre James, agent for the Union Xine 3 south 

Wharves 
Zeflare Christian, printer Walker's court 
Xeger Nicholas, grocer and fruiterer 97 north Third 
Xehman David, stocking weaver 160 St John 
Xehman Joseph, druggist and apothecary 222 High 
Xehman Peter, druggist, ^c. 320 High 
Xehman Samuel, blacksmith 296 and 302 n. Front 
Xehman William, druggist 76 south Second 
Xehman Wm. and W. Smith and Son, druggists 76 

south Second 
Xehrs Henry, storekeeper 288 north Front 
Xe Huray N. watch maker and storekeeper 263 n. 2d 
Leib John L. attorney at law Isf clerk of -the Or- 
phan's court 70 south Sixth 
Leib Michael, m. d. 1 17 Vine 
Leibbrandt John A. skindresser 420 n. Second 
Leich Richard, laylor and tavernkeeper N. E. cor- 

ner Second and Christian 
Leidy George, merchant 70 north Second 
Leidy Jacob, shoemaker Ra-i^berry alley 
Leigh John, baker 2 Stall's court " \^see L^c 

Leighton John, carpenter Chesnut west of Broad 
Leineau Andrew, hatter 1 1 north Third ■•' 

Leipe Mary, dealer 125 Green 
Leiper James, grocer corner Walnut 8c Eleventh 
Leiptr Thomas, tobacconist 274 High 
Leipsam widow of John, mariner 364 south Second 
Leitch James, plaisterer 173 High 
Lelar Henry, sea captain 121 Lombard 
Lemaire Ann, widow of J. B. corner 5th and Spruce 

[^see Lamarc 
Lemar John, labourer Bedford 
Lemety Lewis, ornument, image maker German- 
town road near Fourth 
Lemkey Frederick, cooper 1 1 Callowhill 
Lemoine A. watchmaker 176 north Fifth 
t Lemon Anthony, cabinet maker, Davidson's court 
Lemon Llizabetb, widow back 10 Latitia court 
t Lemon Jumes, woodsawyer corner Bedford Jc 7th 
Lemon. William, shallopman 70 Coat.s' 



LBN LEV 

Lenfiistey Mary, shopkeeper 235 Cedar 

Le Noir Francis, shipwright Beach n. Maiden 

Lenox major David, near 220 Mulberry 

Lentz George, victualler 395 n. 4th. {^see Lantz 

Lentz Henry, merchant 2JS and 238 north Second 

Lentz Jacob, carter 369 north Third [see Lance 

Lentz John, cabinetmaker 444 north Third 

Lentz John, farmer Passyunk 

Leonard John, tinsmith 70 Crown [fee Lznnard 

Leonard John, bleeder 108 German 

Leonard Margaret, widow, 1 1 Small 

Leonard Sarah, widow, 484 noi tti Thir d 

Lennard Terence, 99 New 

Leonard Wm. potter Brilton's alley 

Leonhart Rosina, beer house 57 north Sixth 

Leroy Charles, broker 10 Moravian alley 

Lesage Mrs. of John, I Marshall's alley 

Lescure Rosina, boardinghouse 148 south Fourth 

Lesh Peter, carpenter 218 Vine [see LusL 

Lesher Charles, coachmaker 45 New Market 

[see Lusher 
Lesher Christian, carpenter, back 5 Bedford 
Lesher George and Son, coachmakers corner Cal- 

lowhill and -45 New Market [see Lashtr 

Lesher Martha, seamstress 28 Bread 
Lesley Peter, cab'-netmaker 1 5 1 Vine 
Leslie Lydia, boardinghouse 48 south Sixth 
Letford Mary, widow 127 south Front 
Letford V/ilUam, cordwainer 50 Green 
Letourno Joseph, fruiterer 328 Race 
Letts Wm. inspector of staves 30 Union alley 
Leufier Thomas G. merchant 13 s. Fourth and s. 

Ninth (at Mr. Ehringhaus's) 
Levan Jacob, carpenter Eighth near Vine 
Levell Joseph, ropemaker Queen n. Frankford R, 
Leverett William, teacher, school 132 north Fifth 
Levering Hannah, boarding house 45 Vine 
Levering Thomas, brass founder 1 30 south Sixth 
Levering William, shoemaker 124 south Sixth 
Levering Wm. labourer 266 Sassafras 
Leverow, John, Mint court 
Le very John, grocer 108 south Wharves 



LEV LEW 

t Leviiigston John, waiter Portland lane 
Levis Elizabeth, boarding house 137 south Fifth 
Levis Isaac, stationer 193 and 253 High 
Levis Thomas, paper maker 129 south Eleventh 
Levis and Weaver, paper manufacturers and sta- 
tioners, 193 High 
Levis William, paper manufacturer 219 High 
Levis William, jun. paper maker 157 north Third 
Levis William, silversmith 18 north Front 
Levy Aaron, gentleman 138 Mulberry 
Levy Aaron, jun. storekeeper 160 north Second 
Levy Joseph, broker and comn::ssi'on merchant 1 1 7 

Chesnut 
Levy Michael, clock and watch maker 216 n. Fifth 
Levy Moses, counsellor at law 22 1 Chesnutabove 7th 
Levy Miss R. 187 Walnut (Sansom's Row) 
Levy Samson, counsellor at law 68 Walnut 
Levy Simon, grocer, &c. corner Eighth and Race 
Levy Uriah P. sea captain 214 north Fifih 
Lewis Anna, shopkeeper 262 north Second 
Lewis Abner, storekeeper 288 High 
Lewis David) presMent of the Phoenix insurance 

company 96 and 142 south Second 
3L.ewis David, merchant 101 s. Front 
Lewis Elizabeth, widow, sch. 8th near Vifie 
Lewis Elizabeth, widow, 230 south Fourth 
Lewis Emanuel, accomptant 13 Walnut 
Lewis Esther, widow. Currant alley near Walnut 
Lewis Francis, hatter 362 north Second 
Lewis Francis, victualler Wood above Eighth 
t Lewis Francis, labourer 339 Sassafras 
Lewis George, brickmaker sch. Eighth n. Vine 
Lewis George, tavernkeeper Hamilton Village 
Lewis George, labourer Irish lane near Cedar 
t Lewis George, carpenter 20 1 Lombard 
Lewis Hannah, widow, 112 south Front 
Lewis Harvey, silversmith 12 south Second 
Lewis Henry, hairdresser Brewer's alley n. 4th 
Lewis Hezekiah, victualler, back 293 Callowhill 
Lewis Isaac P. carpenter 24 Chesnut 
Lewis Jacob, brickmaker Broad near Sassafras 
Lewis _, teacher 13 Peni^sylvania and Filbert 



LEW LEY 

Lewis James, shoestore 92 High 

Lewis Job, oakcoo'per, old ferry wharf 

t Lewis John, waiter 17 Middle alley 

t Lewis John, perfumer 7 1 south Second . 

Lewis John, stonecutter Juniper near 'Q'ine 

Lewis John, shipjoiner 32 Green and Oak (N. L.") 

Lewis John F. accomptant 176 north Second 

Lewis Joseph, shallopman 210 St. Johns' 

Lewis Joseph, stevadore 379 south Front 

Lewis Joseph, skindresser 550 north Third 

Lewis Joseph S. and Co. merchants 25 Dock 

Lewis Joseph S. merchant 148 south Second 

t Lewis Joseph, labourer 5th near Buttonwood 

Lewis Lawrence, merchant 101 south Front 

Lewis M. and S. N. merchants 135 south Front 

t Lewis Peter, labourer 4th above Browne 

t Lewis Peter, coachman, Currant alley 

Lewis Rachael, widow 268 south Second 

Lewis Rebecca and Sarah, 21 Sassafras alley 

Lewis Reeve, merchant 96 south Fourth 

Lewis Robert M. merchant 268 south Second 

t Lewis Robert, labourer 

XiCwis -Samuel, carpenter 22 Chester 

Lewis Samuel, sea captain 4 1 Almond 

I^wis Samuel N. merchant 130 Spruce 

Lewis Samuel, writing master, draughtsman, and 

geop;rapher 344 Race 
Lewis Wm. counsellor at law, north-west corner of 

Third and 82 Walnut 
t Lewis William, brushmaker Acorn alley 
Lex A. victualler corner Logan and Charles 
Lex Charles, hog victualler, Charles st. and 345 

Callowhill 
Lex Henry, victualler Spring Garden 
Lex Jacob, merchant 58 Zane 
Lex John D. hog victualler Spring Garden 
Lex Peter, sugar refiner 283 High 
Lex and Rchn, merchants 283 Higii 
Lex widow of Jacob, Lawrence street 
t Lexey Joseph, waiter Morgan street aear Ninth 
Ley Daniel, sugar refiner J 12 Sassafras arid 5 Stir- 
ling alley 



LEY.. LIN 

Ley and Kupfeld, sugar refiners 5 Sterling aiie,v 

Leybold Adam, baker 5 1 north Sixth 

Leyr Henry, labourer Cedar near Broad 

L'Hulier John B. musician 44 Carpenter's alley 

Lichtel Jacob, drayman 156 Coats 

Lichtel widow of George, back 346 north Second 

Liddle Wnj. late constable 32 Fitzwalter [se<r Little 

Ligget John, storekeeper 5 1 south Second 

Likes George, labourer 46 1 north Third 

Lildley Dr. James, Maiden 

Lilebridge widow of RobertG. sea captain 121 New 

Lily John, gilder 12 Pear 

Limeburner George, bookbinder Noble n. Second 

Limeburner John, cooper Coates* court 

Limeburner Philip, bookbinder 269 north Second 

t Limehouse Richard, labourer Lily alley 

Linck Henry, shoemaker cor. Crown and Vine 

Linck John, cordwainer 151 n. 2d [see Link 

Lipch John, soapboiler Spafford street [see Lynch 

Lindemuth John C. baker 8 Franklin court 

Lindeman John, shopkeeper 1 50 south Fourth 

Linden High, grocer corner Third and Shippen 

t Lindsay John, mariner 246 Lombard 

Lindsay John, china storekeeper 7 Gray's alley 

Lindsay Mrs. widow, 30 north Sixth 

Lindsay Phebe, nurse 24 Cox's alley 

Lindsay Robert, tanner 47 north Sixth 

Lindsay Robert, cabinetmaker back 12 north Sixth 

and Carpenter street 
Lindsay Susannah, 194 St, John 
Linensheets Charles, carter 3d above Poplar lane 
Linerd J. mastmaker 39 Callowhill {see Linor \St Ltor 
Lingfelter Andrew, wireworker 27 Applelree alley 
Link and Brown, grocers 102 Budd 
Link George, grocer Rachael si. [aee Linck 

Link Mrs. of Philip, ropemaker 494 south Second 
Linker John, shoemaker, back 39 Tammany 
Linmire Rebecca, seamstress Biddle's alley 
Linn John H. merchant 151 Pine [*tr Lynn 

Linn Mrs. Mary, boarjJinghouse 261 norih Front 
Linnard James M carpenter 21 Chrisiian 



LIN Ul^ 

Linnard Wm. U. S. deputy quarter master 307 6. 

Second ^see Leojiard 

Linnecum Peter, labourer, Carpenter (S.) n. Sixth 
Linten widow of Jacob B. painter, 8cc. 24 Mary (S.) 
Linton Benjamin, nailer 27 n. Tentli 
Linton B. and J. cut-nailers 269 Sassafras and cor 

Walnut and Tenth 
Linton Jeremiah, nailer Prospect alley 
Linton Murtha, shopkeeper 223 Swanson 
Lipp James, grocer 448 north Third 
Llppincott * » , 1 5 Strawberry 
Lippincott Benjamin, grocer 72 north Water corner 

Arch, and 14 Elfreth's alley 
Lippincott Collins P. storekeeper Sl north Second 
Lippincott Isaac, accomptant 181 High 
Lippincott Joseph, carpenter por. Filbert 8c 1 ith 
Lippincott Joshua, 5 1 north Front and 387 High 
Lippincott Mrs. of Caleb, Merritt's lane near Fifth 
Lippincott Samuel T. taylor 4 n. Water and 5 n. 

Front 
Lippincott Samuel and Co. hardware store 29 High 
Lippincott Sarah, gentlewoman 134i Mulberry 
Lippincott Wm. 134^ Mulberry 
Lippincott Wm. teacher 69 n. 7th & Starr alley 
t Lippins John, plaisterer 9 Charlotte 
Lipsey Isabella, washerwoman Quince alley 
Lisle John, merchant 174 and 213 High 
Lisle Mary, 127 south Second \see Lylc 

Lister James, sea captain 341 north Front 
Lithgow Edward, carpenter 238 sq,uth Second 
t Litle Thomas, sugarboiler Twelfth near Race 
Litman Elizabeth, grocer corner Front and Queen 
Littell Stephen, cutnailer 118 Callowhill ^see LytU 
Little Anthony, carter. Rose alley above- Coats 
Little Archibald, trader 49 George (S.) 
Little CathaHne, washerwoman, Juniper allev 
Little Elijah, taylor 197 north Front 
Little James, carter sch. 8th near Vine 
Little John, carpenter Rose alley (C.) 
Little Mary, widow. Drinker's court 
Little Robert, cooper 46 Penn 
Little Susannah, widow 63 Swanson 

Kk 



LIT LOG 

Little Thomas, merchant 82 Vine 
Little Wm. teacher, Cypress alleys 
Little Wm. carpenter Federal above Second 
Little Wm. silverplater Germantown R. n. 1st gatfc 
Littleboy M. J. military feather and comb manufac- 
tory 44 and 46 n. Second 
Litzenberg Jacob, labourer Arch n. sch. Second 
Livensetter John, teacher 37 New Market 
Livezely Jacob, wheelwright, back 338 s. Second 
Livezely John, taylor 50 north Water 
Livezely John, wheelwright 333 south Second 
Livingston Ann, gentlewoman 268 Chesnut 
Livingston Mary, nurse 47 Lombard 
Livingston Wm. mariner 78 Race 
t Lloyd Edward, intelligence office, &c. Chesnut n. 

Sixth 
Lloyd Hugh, cooper Rachael street [^see Loyd 

Lloyd Isaac, merchant 53 s. Wharves and 62 Union 
Woyd Joseph, attorney at law 20 1 south Fifth 
LloydMargaret, nurse 154 Sassafras 
Lloyd Mrs. widow, Wallace's court 
Lloyd Nicodemus, smith S. E. cor. 7th & Cherry 
Lloyd Rebecca, spinster 2 Dock 
Lloyd Robert, mariner 46 Green 
Lloyd Thomas, stenographer Twelfth above Arch 
Lloyd Wm. carpenter Fourth above Tammany 
Lloyd Wm. jun. carpenter Fourth above Tammany 
Lloyd Wood, hatter 15 ITigh & 11 Fromberger*s 

court 
Lobaugh Leonard, blacksmith 399. north Third 
Lock Nathaniel, cabinetmaker i83 north Front 
Lockard Mary, widow 118 Browne 
Lockerbey George, weaver Germantown R. n. 2d 
Lockhart John, sea captain 104 north Front 
Lockhart Joseph, shoemaker 146 Cedar 
Lockwood Oliver, shoemaker 6 1 Union 
Locton widow of John, shopkeeper 150 south Front 
Lodge Jacob, carter Cedar near Gray's ferry road 
Lodor Benjamin, tavernkeeper 83 north Water 
I^odor John, taylor 171 south Front and 170 Water 
Logan Daniel, labourer Prosperous alley 
Logan widow of George, pumpmakcr 3 GiJles' alley 
X.ogan John, shoemaker 15 Budd 



LOG LON 

Logan Mary, grocer corner Fourth and New 

LiOgan vridow of Samuel, shoenwker 333 n. Third 

Logan Wm. silk, 5cc. dyer 262 south Front 

Logue Catharine, widow, 383 Sassafras 

Logue Hugh, labourer Little Oak 

Logue James, soapboiler back 84 north Second 

Logue Mary, widow Grissel's alley 

Lohra and Carlile, ironmongers 139 High 

Lohra John, hardware merchant 73 Cherry and 139 

High 
Lohra Peter, notary public 65 Dock 
Lohrer Conrad, smith 104 Coats 
Lolar Thomas, 328 n. Front [eee Lalor^ LawUr 
Long Alexr. labourer Walnut above Twejfih 
Long Alice, widow, Germantown road near Second 
Long Daniel, labourer 41 Zane 
Long John, painter, &c. 215 south Fifth 
Long Mary, tavernkeeper Fourth above Callowhill 
Long Henry, shoemaker 228 High cor. 7th 
Long Henry, labourer 175 St. John 
Long Jacob, carpenter Kunckel n. Tammany 
Long Jacob, boot and shoemaker 43 1 north Third 
Long James, tallowchandler Walnut n. Twelfth 
Long James, labourer Lindall's alley 
Long Jane, tavernkeeper 121 south Water 
Long John, soapboiler, &;c. 172 Sassafras and corner 

of Wood and Sixth 
Long John, labourer Hickory lane 
Long John, grocer corner Vine and Fifth 
Long Joseph, grocer 308 s. Third corner Germao 
Long K. bonnetmaker 84 north Second 
t Long Lewis, labourer St. Joseph's avenue 
Long Lewis, labourer Buttonwood near Sixth 
l^ng Thomas, stagedriver 172 Vine 
Long Wm. keeperof oldgoal, atthe gaol [«ee Lan^ 
Long Wm. silversmith 20 Cherry 
Longcope bamuel, printer 30 Elizabeth 
Longenett Antonio, mariner 8c boardinghouse 211 

Cedar 
t Longpoint D. labourer Christian near Fourth 
Longshore Rachael, widow 139 north Front 
Longstreth David, merchant 10 Church alley and 10 

north Third 



tON— -LOU 

Xongstreth David and Charles, merchants 10 n. 3d 
Longstreth Elizabeth, widow, Goforth alley 
Longstreth Isaac T. merchant 97 High and 26 

Church alley 
Juongstreth Joshua, merchant 24 Church alley and 

185 Mulberry 
Longstreth Samuel, merchant 123 High and 183 

Mulberry isec Langstroth 

Longstreth Susan, gentlewoman 10 north Third 
Longstreth Thomas M. bookseller 1 1 9 High and 

185 Arch 
Longstreth Wm. cotton ballmaker 54 Race 
Lonton Francis, painter, &c. back 49 Pine 
Lonton Joseph and Francis, painters, &c, 168 Pine 
Lonton Joseph, painter, Sec. 5 1 Pine 
Loos Christian, baker 184 Sassafras 
Loper Noah, drayman Webb's alley 
Loper Uriah, shoemaker Anne above Twelfth 
Lopez Isaac, merchant. 2 18 north Fifth 
Lopez Doctor M. 173 Vine 

Lordonet Bouchony [see Bouchony 

Lorentzen Peter, rigger 46 Penn 
Lorrongue Lewis, grocer coi*. Swanson 8c Catharine 
Lort Isaac, grocer 16 Cherry 
Lorton John, stablekeeper ^7 Fourth near Pine 
Loscomb John, sea captain 20 Little German 
Lothian R. cotton ballmaker 135 nbrth Sixth 
Lott Elizabeth, boardinghouse 134 I^pcust 
Lott Henry, storekeeper 386 south Front 
Lott Thomas, carpenter Cedar near Thirteenth 
iouden widow of John, tobacconist 317 s. Front 
ioucare widow of Jacob, grocer 218 Xombard 
Loudenslager Richard, taylor 90 north Fourth 
Louder Mrs. of J. Britton's alley 
Louderback Conrad, labourer 1 1 1 Catharine 
Louderback Peter, printer 196 Cherry 
Xouderback Wm. stonemason coi\ 1 1th £c Spruce 
iougback Christian, victualler 295 north Third 
Xoughead Edward, grocer 8 Small 
Xoughead James, grocer 74 Passyunk 
Loughead Robert X. grocer 259 s. 5th cor. Plum 
Xoughead Thomas, sea captain 2 1 Margaretta 
Xoughen Jane, shopkeeper 220 Cedar 



LOU LOW 

/.oughery John, merchant 93 n. Water [see Lowery 

Loughery Mrs. of Jatnesi 24 Hurst st. 

t Zouis John D. hairdresser 279 north Third 

iouke Martha, widow 94 north Fourth 

Xove David, moulder cor. sch. Second 8c Sassafras 

Xove -Lydia, teacher, 348 north Second 

Zove Thomas, druggist 154 north Fourth 

iove Thomas, shoemaker 100 Catharine 

JLove Wm. shoemaker Fourth above Tammany 

Xovejoy John, pumpmaker 93 Crown 

Zoverell Burnet, currier 29 Gillies* alley 

//overing Wm. paperhanger 78 Chesnut 

jLovier Christiana, Arch near Broad 

Zow Benjamin W. hatter Fromberger's court 

JLow M. widow 28 Parham's alley 

iowber Edward, druggist 1 44 north Third 

JLowber John C. attorney at law 46 Walnut 

Zowber J. C. 8c N. Chauncey, attornies at law 46 

Walnut 
Xowber Wm. tanner and currier 251 and 253 north 

Third 
iowe John, organbuiider old York near German- 
town road 
Xowe John, whitesmith 41 Prime 
iowe Vincent, pilot 5^ Catharine 
iLower A. -cabinetmaker 9 1 north Third and Fetter 
lane [.see Lauev 

Z-ower Chfistian, taylor Fourth above Browne 
iower George, baker 144 south Front 
Zower Henry, tavernkeeper 10 Charlotte 
Zower John, coachman 26 South alley 
/.ower Joseph, silversmith 18 Dock 
i.ower Peter, labourer Watt man's alley 
/-owery James, laceweaver Hopkins' court 
Lowtry -^-ewis, victualler Vine above Ridge 
/-owery Mrs. widow, 72 north Fifth 
Lowry P. victualler 271 Callowhill [*C(? Laugher. j 
/.owmac James, shoemaker 8 1 south Eleventh 
Lownes David, taylor 84 north Fourth 
/.ownes Joseph, silversmith 124 south Front 
/.ownsberry C. shipwright 33 Artillery lane 
/-owry Miss Abigail, 66 north Severith 



■4 

LOWr-^LUS 

Lowry Andrew, weaver Weaver's alley 
Lowry Eleanor, mantuamaker 198 south Front 
t Lowry Thomas, shingle dresser 252 north 8th 
Loxley Catherine, gentle woniao Loxley*s coyxt 
Loxley George W. Loxley's court 
Loxley Mary, gentlewoman 1 1 7 Mulberry 
Loxley Richard, currier 115 Mulberry 
Loydand Paxson, merchants 129 High {see Lloi/d 
Loyd Thomas, jun. merchant 129 and 347 High 
Lozier Nicholas, taylor Drinker's court 
Luburg Frederick, tavernkeeper 202 south Water 
Lucas — , carpenter 177 St. John 
t Lucas E. dealer 178 south Second 
Lucas Francis, stevadore 16 Swansdn 
Lucas Esther, shopkeeper 260 south Third 
Lucet Alexander, sea captain 224 south Fourth 
Ludlam George, plumber enquire 189 Spruce 
Ludlow Isaac, cordwainer Baker's court 
Ludwick Elizabeth, victualler, back 260 north 6th 
Ludwick George, merchant 23 south Water and 

127 north Sixth 
Ludwick John, victualler Garden street 
Ludwick Sophia, gentlewoman 105 Vine 
Ludy Jacob, carpenter 1 1 3 Catharine 
Luederitz H. cabinet maker 134 south Fifth 
Luf berry widow of John, shipwright Bishop 
Luf berry John, jr. shipwright Bishop 
Lugar Jacob, victualler 2d above Poplar lane 
Lugar Philip shoemaker 26 Poplar lane 
Lugar widow of John, 418 north Front 
Luhn Jacob, broker 1 1 1 south Front 
Lukens Abraham, bricklayer Coats* above Fourth 
Lukens Isaiah, turner, 8cc. 173 High 
Lukens Jonathan, saddler, kc. 102 High 
Lukens Maria, gentlewoman 36 Sansom 
Lum H. plaisterer 6 Strawberry 
Lumbley Samuel, labourer Cooper's court (N. L.) 
Lury Henry, labourer 242 St. Jolm 
Lusby Josiah) carpelwarehouse 53 north Second 
Lush John, painter, 8cc. 30 Appletree alley 
Lusher Oeorge, blacksmith, back 27 Beck's alley 



LUT LVO 

t Luton John, trunkmaker, 6th above Mill powd 
Lutts George, labourer Wiley's court 
Lutz Charles, gardener Irish lane n. Cedar 
Lutz Conrad, shipwright Hanover near Be^ch 
Lutz Jacob) mariner 443 south Second 
Lutz Martin, labourer 267 Sassafras 
Lybrand Christian, brickmaker 123 New 

[see Leibbrandt 
Lybrand George, brickmaker 607 Mulberry 
I>ybrand George, jr. carpenter \ Schrivcr's court 
Lybrand Jacob, carpenter 27 north Eighth 
Lybrand Michael, brickmaker 38 Filbert 
Lyell Margaret, boarding house 224 Spruce 
Lylc James, merchant 95 south Fourth 
Lyle Mary, seamstress 46 Almond [aee Lisle 

Lyie and Newman, merchants Carpenter street 
Lyle Peter, merchant High west of Centre square 
Lyle widow of Wm. grocer 246 south Second 
I--ynch Edward, tailor Chesnut above Thirteenth 
Lynch Edward, Secretary to Union Insurance Com- 
pany 1 1 north Fourth 
Lynch Garrett, grain measurer cor. Walnut & lOth 
Lynch John, labourer sch. 2d near Spruce 
Lynch Thomas, grocer 42 north Seventh 
Lynch Wm. merchant 226 Spruce {see Linch 

Lynd James, Domestic Warehouse 24 north Second 
Lyndal John,shipjoiner Federal near Second 
Lyndall B. cabinetmaker 104 Lombard and 203 s. 

Fourth 
Lyndall David, chairmaker 294 north 3d and 99 

north Front 
Lyndall James, carpenter Pine above Ninth 
Lyndall Joseph, carpenter 224 south Seventh 
Lynn Ann, widow 139 Vine {see Linn 

Lynn Michael, blacksmith Beach near Hanover 
Lynn Prudence, widow 22 North alley 
Lynn Simon, storekeeper 186 north Second 
Lyon Joseph, merchant 114 north Front 
Lyon Patrick, smith and enginemaker Library st. 
Lyon Philip, tailor, back 104 north Second 
Lyon Richardson, carpenter Tenth near Pine 
Lyons Andrew, rag dealer Juniper lane 



LYO- — LYT 

Lyons ««— , blacksmith Barker n. sch. 3d 

Lyons Hannah) widow, 28 Elizabeth 

Lyons John, Spafford street 

Lyons Joseph,niariner 65 Catherine 

Lyons Matthew, saddle and harnessmaker N. E» 

comer Chcsnut and Fourth 
Lyons Robert, carpenter 140 south Ninth 
Lyons Samuel, tinsmith 7 1 High 
Lytle John, accomptant 274 south Second 
Lytle Thomas, carter Hunter's court 
Lytle Wm, hackman> back 83 Chesnut 



M^AD M'CA 

M*ADAMsKobert, farrier 153 s. Ninth 
M^Adam Thomas, teacher 116 s. Tenth and Libra- 
ry street 
M^Affee James, carter 64 Passyunk 
M*Aifee John, carter corner Queen and Sixth 
M'Affee Wm. tobacconist 30 Bread st 
M*Affry Sarah, widow comer 1 1th and Locust 
M*Alevy Charles, labourer 254 s. 6th 
McAllister Alexr. grocer S. W. corner 8th 8c Race 

\^see M^Callaster andAIacaleater] 
McAllister Charles, taylor Allen's alley 
M'Allister David, shallopman comer Marlborough 

and Prince 
McAllister James T. cordwainer 61 Walnut 
McAllister John £c son, whipmakers, &c. 48 Ches- 

nut 
McAllister John jun. whipmaker, 8cc. 48 Chesnut 
McAllister John, tavernkeeper 9 Laetitia coi^rt 
M'Allister John, grocer 476 Sassafras 
McAllister John, whipmaker Maiden 
McAllister John, labourer 13th near Cedar 
McAllister Margaret, widow back 5 Coomb's alley 
McAllister Patrick, labourer back 39 Prime 
McAllister Thomas, grocer 66 Walnut 
McAllister Wm. grocer 181 Cedar 
McAlpin Andrew, tailor back 123 Mulberry 
MCAlpin James, merchant taylor 122 Chesnut 
McAnall Wm. 1 32 south Tenth 
McAnnelly Catharine, washerwoman Spafford st 
McAnnelly John, labourer, Hazel alley 
McAree Andrew, wheelwright Say street 
McArthur Daniel, tailor 262 s. Front 
McArthur James, grocer corner Front Sc Sassafras 
M'Arthur John, distiller of gin and cordials 48 s. 8th 
McBarren Michael, labourer Emlen's court 
M'Bride Hugh, blacksmith 10th near Walnut 
Mcfiride James, stevedore back 424 s. Front 
Mcfiride Rebecca, shopkeeper 269 s. Fifth 
Mcfiride Wm. shoemaker 6th below Fitzwater 
Mcfiryan Charles, quarryman Vine near Schuylkill 
McCaiferty Henry, di*ayman Juniper alley 
McCafferty James, drayman Cedar near lOth 
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M'CA 

M'Cafferty Thomas, carter 284 s. Fourth 

M'Cahen widow of John, back of 142 s. Fourth 

M'Call Archibald, merchant 123 Walnut 8c 79 s. 4th 

M^Call Margaret, 267 Chesnut 

M'Call Miss, 11 s. Fourth 

M'Call Mrs. boardinghouse 210 s. Front 

M'Cali Robert & Richard, merchants 267 Chesnut 

M'Call Wm. grocer corner Merrit*s lane & Fifth 

M'Calla Alexander, 48 Sc 50 n. 4th (Green tree inn) 

\see M^Cauley\ 
INI'Calla Andrew, tailor Hudson's lane near 8th 
M'Calla John, storekeeper 66 n. 4th S. W. corner 

Cheriy 
M'Calla Richard, shoemaker Christian near Uh 
M'Calla Wm. carter corner 3d and Germantown 

road 
M*Callmont George, merchant 164 s. 2d 
M'Cally Mary, Watson's alley 
M'Calvy James, trader I Pewterplatter alley 
M'Canles John, ship watch back 1 1 Walnut 
M'Carney James, 394 Race 
M'Cann Chas. grocer corner Spruce and 8th. 
M'Cann James, labourer 320 s. 6th 
M'Cann Thos. labourer James st 
M'Caraher Alex. 1 5 Branch auctioneer and stable 

keeper \jiee M^Karaher 
M'Carey Mary, widow back 252 n. 8th 
Al'Carling widow, teacher 367 n. 2d 
M'Carney Daniel, whiskey store S. E. corner High 

and isth 
M'Carren Barney, Goforth alley 
M'Carron Dorby, labourer 33 Small 
M'Carren James, bottler 13th above Sassafras 
M'Carren Robert, bottler 355 Mulberry 
M'Carthy James, cooper 369 s. Front 
M'Carthy Jeremiah, grocer 101 Passyunk corner 

Catharine 
M'Cartney Daniel, watchman 219 s. 6th 
M'Cartney Robert, labourer 573 s. Front 
M'Carty Alexander, stevedore 182 n. Water 
M'Carty Daniel, shipjoiner 460 n. Third * 
, M'Carty Elizabeth, widow 3 Pewterplatter alley 



M'CA M'QL 

M*Carty John, carpenter 3 St. Mary 

M'Caity John, labourer 322 s. 6th 

M'Carty John, carpenter 225 s. 8th 

M'Carty Mary, widow 76 Penn 

M'Carty Sarah, widow 25 Pewterplatter alley 

M'Carty Wm. bookbinder Francis below Sch. 4th 

M'Carty Wm. turner 78 N. 6th 

M'Cauley James, carpenter back 297 Callowhill 

M'Cauiey Jas. stablekceper 49 Cherry [.see APCalla 

and Macauley~\ 
M'Cauley Jas. labourer Vine near Broad 
M'Cauley John, coppersmith 119 b. Front 
M'Cauley widow. Aspen alley 
M'Cawley James & son, merchants 14 n. 3d and 19 

Church alley 
M'Cawley John, merchant 1 4 n. Sd 
M'Cay James, grocer 173 Mulberry \_see M^Coy'] 
M*Cherry Henry, 18 Crab 
M'Chesney Samuel shallopman Lily alley 
M'Chesney Wm. distiller 228 n. Front 
M'Clain Hugh, machine maker 540 n. 3d 
M'Clairnan Jchn, weaver Schuylkill 5th below 

High 
^I'CUne John, tailor 52 Queen 
M*Clane John, constable 3 Springet alley [see 

M'-Clean and M'Lan€~\ 
M^Clane Laughlin, painter Juniper lane 
M'Clane Wm. milkman corner Christian and 4th 
M'Clary Daniel, plaisterer Kunckel near Noble 
M'Claskey Edward, bricklayer corner Queen and 

Front 
M'Claskey James, tinman back 332 s. 2d 
M'Claskey John, ropemaker corner Moyamensiuci 

and Federal 
M'Claskey John, newscarrier Drinker's court 
M'Claskey John, watchman St. Mary above 7ih 
M'Claskey Michael, drayman 270 s. 5tli 
M'Claskey Patrick, carter below 505 s. 2d 
M'Claskey R. distiller Passyunk road below Chris- 
tian 
M'Clatchie John, shoemaker corner Race 8c Schuyl- 
kill 2d 



M'CL M'CO 

M'Clay James, bricklayer bake 132 Callowhifi 
M'CIay James, bricklayer 74 Crown 
M,Clay John, plaisterer back 3 Blackberry alley 
T'Clean John, grocer corner 4th and Shippen 
I'Clean Tiios. grocer and bottler, N. E. corner 5th 

and Prune [^see M'-Clane'^ 

^♦I'Cleary Alexander, shipwright Shackamaxon 
M'Cleary Daniel, Kunckel st 
M'Gleary Jo. shipwright Crown abov« Queen 
M'Cleary James* mariner back 380 s. 2d 
M'Clemon S. mahogany sawyer corner Queen 8c 2d 
M'Clanachan widow of John, 9 Little Water 
M'Clintock Joseph A. carpenter Mechanic 
M'Clintock Mrs. widow 183 s. 2d 
M'Cloud Catharine, storekeeper 305 n. 2d 
M*Cloud'John, hatter 43 Chesnut {see M^Lecd) 
M'Clure David, nautical academy 1 18 Chesnut 
M^Clure James shoemaker Germahtown road 

near 2d 
M'Clure SamueJ, carpenter 134 s. 9th [see Maclure'] 
M'Clurg Samuel, oakcooper 43 Callowhill, shop 2 1 

Margaretta 
M'Clurg Samuel jun. oakcooper 51 Callowhill 
M'Collin Henry, mariner 55 Coats 
M^Collin John, tailor 126 n. 3d 
M'Collin Wm. t^lor 148 s. 3d and 96 Union 
M'Colloh Anna, widow 207 Spruce 
M'Gollom Eliza, mantuamaker 24 Elfrith's vUley 
M'CoIlom Robert, weaver 182 St. John 
M'Collom Wm. labourer Raspberry alley 
M'Cemb Thomas, brickmaker 10th above Vine 
M'Comb Wm. typefounder Cedar near 1 1th 
M'Conaghy James, tailor 128 n. 1 1th 
M'Connell Catharine, corner Passyunkand Queen 
M'Connell Hugh, silversmith Dock near 2d 
M'Connell Matthew, broker 82 Chesnut 
M'Connell Matthew jun. 82 Chesnut 
M'Connell Matthew, grocer 38 Small corner 6th 
M'Conomey John, tailor and grocer 496 s. 2d 
M'Conner Wm. sea captain 55 Shippen 
M'Conoghy Archibald, plaisterer Noble above 5th 
M'Cord David, tinplate worker 2 Gray's alle^ 



M*CO M<CR 

M'Corkle J. P. druggist 313 s.g d and 258 s. Fron* 

M^Corkle Wm. editor of the Freeman's ournal, &c 
20 Chesnut 

M*Cormick Ann, widow 57 Passyunk 

M^Cormick Daniel, shoemaker 119 s. 2d 

M'Cormick H. labourer Rose alley (C) 

M'Cormick John, carpenter 106 German 

M^Cormick John, shoemaker Shackamaxon 

M'Cormick Margaret, spinster 37 Queen 

M'Cormick Mrs. of Hugh, Taylor's alley 

M'Cormick Mrs. widow 10 Fromberger's court 

M'Cormick P. bootmaker 16 Chesnut 

M'Cormick Wm. drover 314 s. 3d 

M'Cowen David, 415 High [^see M^Gonuan'] 

M'Cowcn John, carter 322 s. 6th 

M'Cown Joseph, bleeder, 8cc. Walnut near 11th 

M'Cowen Thomas, flour inspector 188 Lombard 

M'Cowen William, weaver 67 Queen (S) \^see 
M^Eueri] 

M'Coy Alexander, labourer 497 s. Front 

M'Coy Daniel, labourer Say 

M'Coy Edward, carter Moyamensing road 

M'Coy Ephraim, carpenter 447 s. 2d 

M'Coy Fanny, widow 543 n. 3d 

M'Coy George, labourer Spruce near Schuylkill 7th 

M'Coy George, innkeeper corner 4th and Race 

M'Coy Isaac, shoemaker York st [see M''Cay and 
M'Koy'] 

M'Coy Mrs. of James, shipwright Maiden 

MCoy John, mariner 315 s. 2d 

M'Coy John, janitor of the University of Pennsyl- 
vania 

M'Coy Joseph, storekeeper 2 19 s. 2d 

M'Coy Kenneth, printers joiner Locust below 8th 
[see M'Kay\ 

M'Coy Margaret, Maiden near Beach 

M'Cracken Mary, widow teacher Federal near 2d 

M'Crarn James, typefounder Bonsai 

M'Crea Ann, widow 39 Union 

M'Crca Daniel, carter 64 Brown 

M'Crea Edward, storekeeper 336 s. 2d 

M*Crea James, gentleman 348 High 
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^. 



* 



M'CR- M'DE 

M'Crea John, merchant 350 High & 68 s.Froii* 
M'Crea Thomas, cooper Wahiut alley 
M'Crea Sc Ward, storekeepers 336 s. 2d 
M'il'reUsh Archibald, soapboiler 267 n. 3d 
M'Crelish John, soapboiler 337 n. 3d 
M^Croskey Eliz. seamstress 82 N. 6th. 
M Crossen Mrs. of James, Vine near 12th 
M'Cullough Michael, labourer back 252 south 6tii 
M*Culley Charles, labourer Schuylkill 2d near 

Spruce 
M'Culley John, shoemaker 8 Stephen's court 
M'C'uUey Wm. boot &c shoe warehouse 44 s. Front 
M'Culloch James and Co. merchants 29 n. 3d 
M'Cu41ofth John, printer 306 High [^see M^ColloIi] 
MK^uUouch Margaret, widow 68 N. 6th 
M'Culloch S. widow 131 north 3d 
M'Culloch Wm. printer and bookseller 306 High 
M,Culloh Anna widow 143 Pine 
M'Cully Henry, carpenter 67 Plum 
M'CuUy John, shipcarpenter 465 south Front 
M'Cully John, drayman 450 Race 
M'Curdy Hugh, shoemaker 20 High [.see Macurdy'\ 
-M* Curdy James, cordwainer 62 Plum 
^W^Curdy John, boot a7zd shoemaker o6 Chesnut 
Af'Curdy John jun. boot and shoemakeK 61 s. 2d 
i^* Curdy widow of James, 10 Little Pine 
i^-Cutchen Elizabeth, widow 353 s. 3d 
iV/'Cutchen Ebenezer, merchant 51 Wood 
j»/'Cutchen John A. merchant 51 n. 2d 
^j'W'Cutchen A/ary, mantuamaker back 86 s. 3d 
iVf^Cutchen Patrick, biscuit baker Coats' court 
-Af'Dade A/rs. of Daniel, labourer 240 Lombard 
M'Dade A/rs. of Patrick, Little Oak 
ifeT'Daniel Dennis, labourer corner Vine & Schuyl? 

kill Front 
Af'Daniel Elizabeth, widow Elmslie's alley 
iVf'Danicl John, labourer Shackamaxon 
Ai<Daniel John, labourer 6 Watkins alley 
.li'Daniel John, shoemaker. ^8 Ann (N. L.) 
ik/'Dermot Charles, plaisterer Schuylkill 8th near 

Race 
iV/'Dermott Edward, grocer corner Filberjand I ith 



M'DE M'DU 

AI^'Dermott Edward, merchant 10 Chesnut and 53 

Union 
M'Dermott John, morocco dresser 210 Mulberry 
M'Dermott Peter, bottler corner Spruce and 2d 
M'Dermot Samuel, carpenter 4 Heyde's court 
M'Devitt Patrick, labourer 230 Lombard 
M>Donald Daniel, pilot 506 s. Front 
M'Dermott John, 77 south 5th 
M'Donald Francis, labourer corner Chesnut and 

Schuylkill 6th 
M'Donatd James, 280 Race 
M'Donnald James, late tavernkeeper 9 1 s. 11th 
M'Donald John, cedar cooper Budd above Laurel 
M'Donald M. cordwinder 42 N. 8th 
M'Donnald Adam, labourer iV/ary's alley 
M'Donnald Ann, widow back 115 Arch 
M'Donnald Elijah, coachman 58 Coats 
M'Donnald 3/argaret, widow back 401 s. Front 
M'Donnald M. merchant 85 Pine and 201 s. Front 
M'Donnald Mis. of James, back 208 High 
M'Donnald Rebecca, widow 282 south Front 
M'Donnald Rowland, labourer 14 Crab 
M'Donnall Alexander, carpenter 254 Lombard 
M'Donnell Hannuh, nurse 8th above Vine 
McDonnell John, stable and tavern keeper 123 Pine 
M'Donnell Joseph, carpenter Cherry near 9th 
M'Donough Daniel, shoemaker 4th above Coats 
M'Donough Elizabeth, shopkeeper 1 3 Fitzwate^ 
M'Donough John, shopkeeper Hazel alley 
M'Donough Mm. grocer 1 10 Union 
M'Donough Wm. builder 110 Union 
M'Donough Patrick, of U. S. army 1 10 Union 
M'Donough Wm. grocer 299 Mulberry 
M'Dougall Ann, widow 82 south 8Lh 
M'Dougall Eliz. shopkeeper 26 s. 4th 
M'Dowell E. carpenter 252 Lombard 
M'Dowell Elizabeth, shopkeeper 50 north 5th 
M'Dowell widow of George, tavernkeeper 53 south 

Front 
M'Dowell James, tailor 10 Oak (S.) 
M'Dowell Rebecca, storekeeper, 248 north 2d 
M'Duffge Mary, grocer High near Schuylkill 3A 



M*EL -M^FE 

M^Elhiney John, stonepavier Prosperous alley 
M^Elhiney Robert, carter 66 Passyunk 
M'Elho Hannah, 24^ St. John 
M'Elroy Barney, labourer Alban street 
M^Elroy Hannah, widow 182 south ith 
M'Elroy Mrs. of Michael, Pottery alley 
M^Elroy Patrick, labourer 56 Browne 
M*Elroy Wm. painter, 8cc. Front below Prime 
M'Elwee Charles B. cabinetmaker 50 Chesnut 
M'Elwee James, watchmaker 20 n. 2cland 41 Union 
JW,Elwee Thomas, mariner 418 south 2d 
-W<Elwee Rebecca, storekeeper 44 south 2d 
M<Euen, Hale & Davidson brokers 83 Chesnut 
M'Euen Patrick, stonecutter back Filbert 
M^Euen Patrick, Juniper near Vine 
il/'Euen Samuel, weaver 3 GilliVs alley 
ikf^Euen Thomas, 25 1 Afulberry 
3/'Ewen James, innkeeper 322 north 2d 
Af^Faden Arch, typefounder Cedar above 9th 
iV/^Faden Wm. gentleman 14S Chesnut 
iWipadgen Mrs. of Alex. 8 Budd 
M'Fagen iV/annus, tailor 135 Plum 
A?<Fall Daniel, bricklayer George above 1 0th 
iV/*Farlan George, blacksmith 125 south 6th 
AT'Farlan widow of John C. sea captain 292 s. Front 
-MFarlan Sarah, grocer 316 south 2d 
MFarlan Wm. coachmaker 106 and 108 Union 
Af'Farland Isaac, labourer Ann st(SGh.) 
M'Farland John, carter 2 1 6 Shippen 
-/V/*Farland John, grocer 271 High and 12 north 7th 
Af'Farland John, millwright Vine near Schuylkill 

8th 
M^Farlane Andrew, labourer Schuylkill Front near 

Arch 
M'Farlane James, drayman Spafford 
M'Farlane George, mate Rihl's court 
M<Farlane widow of John R. Front below Federal 
M'Farland Margaret, widow 101 Spruce 
M'Farlane Sarah, teacher 154 St. John 
M'Farlane Wm. axicountjant 154 St. John 
M'Farren Alexander, shoemaker Filbert near i 3th 
M'Fee Alice, seamstress 326 south 2d 
MTeely John, typefounder Cedar above 9th 



MGA- M'GK 

]M'Gannon Elizabeth, millcner 1 15 south 2d 
M<jargy Mrs. widow back 39 Tammany 
M'Garvay Edward, walchman Cordwainers alley 
M'Garvey J. Bellman and vendue cryer 23 Shippen 
M^Garvin John, soapboiler 2S6 south 5th 
M'GauIey Peter, nailer and grocer 577 s. Front 
M'Gaw John, labourer 62 Ccats 
M'Geagh Thom'as, grocer and bottler Pine near 

12th 
M'Gee Edward, grocer 158 south 6th 
M'Gee Frances, widow grocer 92 Small 
AI'Gee James, labourer Elmslic's alley 
INI'Gee Mrs. of George, back 393 n. Front [sc'c 

M^Kee a?id AIagce'\ 
M*Gee Wm. oakcooper Stillhouse alley 
M'Gerry John, carter 257 Catharine 
M'Giff Patrick, grocer 1 13 Shippen 
M*Giff Henry, labourer corner Cedar and Clifton 
M'Gill — — saddler 10 Strawberry 
M'Gill James, tailor 1 16 south 4th 
M*Gill Mrs. of Mathias, 63 Penn 
M^Gill Michael, drayman 235 north 3d 
M'Ginley Margaret, Passyunk near Prime {sec 

M^Kinley) 
M'Ginnis Arthur, labourer St. Mary's above 7th 

{see Mag. and Mtg.) 
M'Ginnes Wm. labourer Buttonwood near 8th 
M'GIathery James, 6th above Noble 
M>GIathery Margaret, widow 53 George (S.) 
M'Glatheiy M. hatter 2d above Germantown road 
M*Glinn John, labourer Spruce near Schuylkill 4th 
M'Glinsy J. storekeeper S. W. corner Cedar & 2d 

{see M^Linchey) 
M'Gioland P. widow Walnut near Juniper lane 
M'Glue Luke, coachtrimmer and harnessmaker 46 

Columbia Avenue, dwelling 132 south 9th 
M^Gowan James, soapboiler 266 soul^ 3d 
M'Gowen widow of Edward, 1 1 1 Plitm 
M'Gowen Edward, labourer Race nejlr Schuylkill 
M'Gowan Martin, grocer 135 south 6th 
M'Gowan Wm. umbrellamaker 225 north 2d 
M'Grady Sarah, widow Poplar lane near 3d 



MGR^— MKA 

M'Grath James, bottler 216 n. Front 
M'Grath Robert, porter Lemon street 
M'Gregor D. tailor 175 south 2d 
M'Gregor John, late auctioneer 32 south 5th 
M'Gregor John, blacksmith Traquair's court and 

, 282 High 
M'Groerty Edward, carter back 16 St. Mary 
M'Guffin Thomas, grocer 142 south 9th 
M'Guier Charles, stonecutter High west of Perma- 
nent Bridge 
M'Guigan Patrick, grocer 184 s. 4th 
M'Guire Mary, mantumaker 83 n. 5th 
M'Guire Mary, spinner 381 n. 4th (see Maguire) 
M'Henry Thomas, carpenter 10th near Pine 
M'llhaney Moses and Robert, carters 9 Passyunk 
M'llhenney James, distiller corner 10th and Juniper 

alley, dwelling corner Chesnut {see M'Elhiney) 
M'llhenney Wm. taylor 52 Mulberry 
M'llvain John, printer 173 Pine 
M^Ilvain Richard and Hugh, lumber merchan^ts 

High west of Permanent Bridge 
M'llvaine Bloomfield, merchant 41 Dock and 222 

Walnut 
M'llwaine Catharine, next to 30 Callowhill 
M*Ilwaine F. merchant 79 Lombard 
M'llwham Thomas, brassfounder 36 and 101 s. 5th 
M^Indoe Walter, calico printer Marlborough near 

Beach ' 
M'Intire D. teacher Juniper below High 
M'Intire John, carpenter Marlborough near Bea<!li 
M'Intire John, nailer back 5 Little Pine 
M'Intire Isaiah, shoenitiker 83 s. Front 
M'Intire Robert, grocer 289 Vine 
M'Intosh Samuel, grocer corner Callowhill and 

Washington 
M'Inulty Hugh, labourer Ann st(Sch.) 
M^Kaige Thomas, carpenter back 152 Spruce (see 

M'-Keage) 
M'Kaghan Daniel, Fitzwater above 6tk 
M'Karaher Chas. sawmaker 12 Fayette {see M'-Ca.) 
M'Karaher Charles, innkeeper 235 south 2d 
M'Karaher widow ofDaniel, 335 south 



M'KA M<KI 

M*Karaher James, innkeeper 235 south 2d 
M'Kay Barnard, corkcutter 16 Stamper's alley 
M<Kay Daniel, tailor 128 Walnut {see M'-Koy) 

M*Kay John, shoemaker Shippen near 7th 
M'Kay Thos. bricklayer 7 Sugar alley 
M*Keage James, painter and tavernkeeper 95 

C'hesnut (see M^Kaige ) 
M*Kean Ann, widow 347 Mulberry 
M'Kean Alexander, labour 342 Sassafrass 
M'Kean Joseph B. counsellor at law 185 Chesnut 
M'Kean Thomas, late governor of the oommon 

wealth Third between Union and Pine 
M'Kean Thomas jun. merchant 8th between Ches- 
nut and Sansom 
M,Kean widow of Lowry, carter SheafTs alley 
M'Kee Andrew, sadler Randolph's court {see 

M^Gec, Mackie^ anc^ Mackey) 
M^Kee David, carpenter 396 Sassafrass 
M'Kee David, oysterman, I Green 
M'Kee Thomas, storekeeper 178 s. S-d 
M'Kee Wm. labourer Sheaff's alley 
M'Keel Abraham, carpenter Leech's court 
M'Kever Isaac, ropemaker Carpenter near 5th 
M'Kever John, sea captain 21 Callowhill 
M'Kever John, labourer Lombard near Schuyl. •7th 
M'Kever widow of John, sea captain 45 Almond 
M'Kever Wm. tailor 321 Mulberry 
M'Kelshner John, labourer 1 39 Coats 
M'Kell Patrick, thread manufacturer 5 Filbert 
M'Kensie and Tait, saddlers and harnessmakers 

42 south Sd 
M*Kenzie Charles, tailor 42 Strawberry (see APKin- 

zie and Mackenzie) 
M'Kibbon Wm. sea captain 71 Lombard 
M'Kibbon David & Co. grocers I s. 4th 
M'Kinney A. m. d. 28 Powell 
M*Kinney John, labourer Baker's alley 
M'Kinney Mary, seamstress 6th above Green 
M'Kinney Mrs. Ijoardinghouse 5 Watkinsalley 
M'Knight R. carter corner Locust and Hazel alley 
M'Kinney Thomas, carpenter Vine near 8th 
M*Kinney Thomas, drayman 46 Browne 



M»KI— M^LE 

M*Kinney Thomas, biscuit baker 26 Small 

M^Kinney Wm. weaver back 109 Christian 

M'Kinney Wm. labourer Cooper's court (N. L.) 

M^Knight George, grocer 287 s. 4th 

M*Koy Wm. accomptant 2 Prune 

M'Koy Isabella, widow 2 Prune 

M*Koy Robert, bellowsraaker and brand cutter 7 

Tammany {see M[Coy and M^Kay) 

M^Kinley Alexander, bricklayer 131 Vine {sec 

M^Ginley) 
M'Kinlay James, plaisterer 8th below Lombard 
M'Kinley Mrs. gkrtoseeper 7 n. 3d 
M*Kinley widow of Wm. 332 south 6th 
M'Kinley Thomas, cooper 32 Little Water 
M*IUnley Wm. cabinetmaker 121 south 2d 
M'Kinney Abraham, carpenter Schuylkill 8th near 

Race 
M*Laine Laughlin, shoemaker 282 Race 
M'Lane Laughlin, painter, 8cc. Juniper lane 
M'Lane Samuel, breechesmaker 8 s. 3d {see 

M^Clane^M^Learn and M'^Lean) 
McLaren Archibald, wheat fanmaker 14 Spruce and 

127 Plum 
M'Leren Duncan, carpenter 88 N. sixth 
McLaughlin Charles, broker 2 Bell's court 
M'Laughlin George, printer 2 Elmlie's alley 
M'Laughli*'. widow of John, 129 Green 
M'Laughlin Patrick, Mifflin's court 
M'Laughlin Patrick, late tavernkeeper 252 s. 4th 
M'Laughlin widow of Patrick, 206 Lombard 
M'Laughlin widow of Patrick, Spruce above 10th 
M'Laughlin Rose, washerwoman Spruce above 10th 
JVI Lean Archibald, gentleman 152 south Front 
M'Lean James, cabinetmaker 234 south 3d {see 

M'^Lane) 
M'Learn Samuel, carpenter 41 Passyunk 
M'Lees Wm. teacher 133 Lombard 
M'Lellen Eleanor, shopkeeper 264 Arch 
M'Leod John, ropemakerand sbipchandlernear 3f 

Swanson and 40 South Wharves {see M^Cloud 

and M<-Loud) 
M'Leod John, jun. ropemaker Front below Federal 



M'LI M^NA , ^ 

M'Linchey James and John, grocers SOt> south 2d 

{see M^Glinsey 
M'LongWm. M. labourer 132 Coats 
M*Loud Daniel, mate 420 south Front 
M'lV'Iahon Henry, grocer and bottler 118 south 5th 
M'Mahon Mrs. widow tayloress 163 south Front 
M'Mahon Philip, carter 276 south 5th 
M'Mahon Bernard, botanist grass and garden seed 

merchant, &c. 39 south 2d 
M'Manemay Patrick, shoemaker Spruce above 1 Itk 
M'Manemay Joel, bricklayer Spivuce above 1 1th 
M'Mann widow, 240 Lombard 
M'Mann Patrick, labourer 220 Cedar 
M' Vlann Wm. carpenter 222 Cedar 
M'Manus C. taylor and grocer 221 Cedar 
M'Manus Owen, carter Hunter's court 
M'Masters John, constable 83 Pine 
M'Menemy Patrick, shoemaker 230 Lombard 
M'Michael John, storekeeper 449 north 2d 
M^Micken John, collector Vine near Schuylkill 
M'Millen Samuel, teacher 287 and 311 Vine {see 

M^ Mullen 
M'Minn E. boarding house 37 Pewterplatter alley 
M'Minn Wm. carpenter 37 Pewterplatter alley 
M* Monagal John, gardener Pine west of Bioad 
M'Mullen Isaac, carpenter Gaskill near Fourth 
M'Mullen J. R. blacksmith 21 Prime 268 Swanson 
M "Mullen Josep^i, grocer 155 south Front 
M'Mullen Wm. plasterer 7 Greenleaf Court 
M'Mullen Wm. carpenter 68 ii. 4th ("see M^Millen) 
M'Mullin Alexander, labourer 254 s. 6th 
M'MulIin and Black, silversmith 120 s. Front 
M'Mullin James, goldsmith 1 1 4 8c 120 s. Front 
M'MulIin James, taylor, 128 Plum 
M'Mullin John, goldsmith and jeweller 114 s. Front 
M'Mullin Robert, stone mason Chesnut n. sch. 8th 
M'MulIin Robert lumber merchant, yard near 161 

and dwelling 62 Swanson 
M'Murdy Robert, labourer Maria St. 
M'Murry Judith, shopkeeper 191 Lombard 
M'Murtrie James, merchant 12 Dock 
M'Nachtane, Cornelia widow 35 Key's alley 
B b b 



M'NA- MAC 

M'Nair and Cribs, grocers 91 St. John 

M'Nally Bernard, cardwainer 403 s. 2d 

M'Neal Thos. labourer 7 Spafford 

M'Neiiles Wm. labourer 19 Pewterplatter alley 

M'Neran Malcomb, sea captain 336 south Front 

M'Nestrey Mrs. of Andrew, plasterer 34 St. Mary 

M'Nicholl Margaret, widow Spafford st. 

M'Nimmee John, labourer George near Sch. 4th 

MThail widow of John, grocer 84 south Eighth 

M'Phail widow of Wm carpe.iter 102 Swanson 

M'Pherson C. cake vender 9 n. 5th 

MTherson Daniel sea captain 100 s 5th 

M'Pherson Hugh, sea captain SOI south Front 

M'Pherson Mrs. widow 13 s. 4th. 

^'Pherson and Ross, confectioners &c. 74 High 

,M*Pherson Tho^iias, mariner 18 Little Water 
M'Pherson widow of John, confectioner 74 High 
M'Pherson Wm. naval officer, customhouse, Car- 
penter's building 
M'Quaid Felix, tallow chandleF corner Caljowhill 
and 4th 

. M'Queen A. rigger West's Court 
M^Quillin Mrs. of Abm. 364 s. 2d 
M'Roy John, carter corner 3d Sc Germantown road 
M'Shane E. accomptant 18 N. 8th 
M'Vay Edward grocer 152 Swanson 
M'Waters Johli, corder at Vine st. wharf 
M'Williams Mary mantuamakers 179 south Third 
Maackentee B. tocacconist Cedar near 1 1th 
Maag John, farmer Peltz lane nearPassyunk 
Maag Margaret, taylores back 6 Elfreth's alley 
Maas David J. baker 44 Sassafrass 
Maas Jacob, professor of music i29 n 6th 
Macalester Chas. merch't. 66 Dock Sc 142 Mulberry 

fsee M^Jllis'tre 
Macallister James, shallopman Beach n. Maiden 
Macauley Isaac, floorcloth manufacturer, Centre 
square, or Filbert nqar Broad dwelling 19 N. 
12th (^see M^Cauley) 
Mg,c Cue Connel, grocer 1 84 north Water ., 
Macicrran Mary, 426 n. Second 
Macferran Samuel, justice of the peace 456 n. Third 
Macintire James, teacher Arch above Juniper 



MAC MAG 

Mack Conrad, baker 2 35 Cedar 
Mack Catharine, 160 Lombard 
Mack Jacob, rope maker Cedar near llth 
Mack Nicholas, grocer High near Sch. 8th 
-/l/ackason John, shipwright I 67 St. John 
Mackason Wm. shipwriij^h 21 Duke (N. L.) 
il^/ackenzie Mvs. corner Union £c 2d fsee M'Kenzi^ 
Mackenzie Wm. gentleman corner Uuion k Second 
Mackey John, teacher 74 Walnut ( See M^Kce 

Mackey R. grocer corner Ivloyamensing and 

Federal. 
3/ackey Samuel, boot and shoemaker 167 s. Third 
Mackie P. soap Sc candle manufactory 319 n 2d 
Mackie Richard, currier 4th above Tammany 
Mackie Thomas, merchant 152 south Front 
Mackie widow of Wm. Button wood near Charles 
Maclure D. wholesale and retail grocer Cedar st 
wharf, dwelling Hudson lane n7th [_see M^Clure 
Macomb Elizabeth widow 124 Plum 
Macurdy Hugh, dry goods store 243 s. Second (see 
t;Afaf/rfcn Jeffrey, labourer Middle alley J\'PCurdy 
Madden Mary, widow West's court 
Medden Mrs. o f Stacy, 193 Callowhill 
Maddock E. E. merchant 153 south Frt>nt and 171 

Pine 
Maddoch Wm. accomptant Pine near 12th 
Madelaine I^. teacher 159 s. Second, 
Meelambre Jacob, boot and shoemaker 69 Union 
Maffet David, sea captain 69 New fscc MoJJlt. 
Maffet James, sea captain 248 s. Front 
Magai'ge Samuel, grocer 380 n.- Third 
Magdallena Joseph B. secretary to to the Spanish 

Legation corner llth and Locust 
Magee Hugh, cooper corner Wood and Ann(N. l. 

(me M''Gee and Meghee 
Magee Joh n, drayman 85 Budd 
Magec Sumuel, carpenter 30 North alley 
Mager Nicholas, tailor 294 n. Front 
Megor Philip tailor 30 Duke (N. L.) 
Mager Wm. shipwright 151 Green 
Maggs Mrs. of Jkcob, 4th above Bro^wn 



MAG -MAL 

^^agoffin John, merchant 35 n. Eighth 
Magoffin Mary, widow 35 n. Eighth 
Magragh George, carver 1 1 Quarry 
Magraih Michael, tallow chandler 23 Brewer's 

alley, dwelling 34 St. John * 

IMaguire James, labourer Chesnut above 13th fscic 

•Aleguire 
Maguire John, grocer 78 n. 5th 
Maguhe Michael, grocer 205 Ceder fsee 'M^Guire 
Maguire Thomas, carter 9th near Vine 
Mahany Cynthia, 132 High 
Mahany James A. & John, grocers 132 High 
Mahany John, teacher St. Joseph's avenue 
Maher John D. of U. S. army" Front below Federal 

fsee Mayer and Marr 
Maher John, grocer corner Cedar and Swa^son 
Maher St. merchant 98 Union 
Mahon Wm. well digger back 188 Cedar 
Main James, shipwright. Oak (N. L.) (see Alein 
Main Thos. shipwright Queen near Crown 
Main Thos. mariner 204 n. 2d 
Maingault Benjamin, shipwright 12 Budd 
Maison John A. mercharit 66 n. 3d (see Mason 

Maitland John & Thomas, grocers south-east corner 

of Fifth and Cedar 
Major Benjamin, carpenter Spruce above 10th 
Major Robert, carpenter 290 s. Front 
Major Wm. taylor 1 4 Carter's alley 
Makens John, mariner 1 19 Plum 
Makins John, grocer 521 n. Third 
Makins Sarah, widow 10 Gray's alley 
Ma Langhlin John, ornamental painter 96 n 7th 
Malcolm Jane, widow 199 Walnut (Sansom row) 
Malcolm J.G. merchant 199 Walnut (Sansom row) 
Malcom Mrs. D. 3 north Eleventh 
Malenfant James, accountant n. 9th 
Maley Michael, carpenter 6 Prospect alley 
Maley Ann, widow grocer Vine st wharf sec Marley 
Maley Peter, stone cutter 252 Arch 
Malick Simon labourer 47 Charlotte 
Malin Margaret, widow 387 Sassafras 
Malin John, carpenter 14 Bank &; 1 1 1 n 5th 



MAL MA>r 

MaHen Pataick, type founder corner 10th Sc Cedar 
Mellet Louis, confectioner 216 s. 2d 
Mallon Mrs. young ladies' Seminary 70 Walnut 
Malone John, cooper 142 St. John 
Malone John S. late constable 359 7l/ulbcrry 
Malsberger Joseph, store keeper 364 n. 2d 
Manderfield Henry, oak cooper 212 s. 5th 
Manderson Andrew storekeeper 445 north Second 
Manderson James, grocer Beach near Maiden 
Mandeville Henry D. accountant 73 south Eighth 
Mandeville Mary, hair worker 10 Bread 
Mandry Wm. stable keeper 100 north Sixth 
Maney Owen, labourer, Spruce above lOtli 
■fMancf John, labourer Shippen above 7th 
Manger Christian, victualler 29 Charlotte 
Maneuvre Louis, stable keeper 62 Union 
Manlove David sea captain 66 Ali:(iond 
Manlove Wm. E. shoemaker Little Oak 
Manly Henry, gentleman 13 Branch 
Mann C. M. m. d. 200 Chesnut 
Mann Daniel, mate 212 north W^ater. 
Mann Dapiel, merchant 57 Sassafras 
Mann James M. wood merchant Oak (N. L.) 
Mann Jacob, drayman 219 north Eighth 
Mann Jahan, shoemaker 285 8c 309 north Front 
Mann John, superintendant of roads 219 north 8th 
Mann John, blacksmith Garden 
Mann Wm. tavern keeper 1 1 Walnut 
Mann Wm. late grocer 107 Vine 
Mannan Unity, millener 37 n Front 
Manners John m. d. Walnut 6 doors above Tenth 
Manning Thomas S. Printer corner Spruce Sc 1 1th 
Manning Wm. tin plate worker 226 s Se^Jond 
Mansell John umbrella and rule ma^er 18 s. Third 
Mansfield John, tavernkeeperiA26 n. Front 
Mansfield Mrs. seamstress 59 n Eighth 
Mansfield Thomas, taylor Current alle)'- 
Manship Thomas, shoemaker back 92 Gaskil! 
Manshure John sea captain 366 s 2d 
Mantall Conrad, baker 198 s Second 
^Manuel David accomptant 8 I n 6th 
^lanypenny Jas. copperplate'printcr ISthncarCeda^v 
Bbba ' 



MAR 

Marbele Joseph, grocer 93 Passyunk 

Marcer B. Swedes alley (aee Mercer Isf Mercier 

Marcer Joseph, taylor 30 Branch 

Marchmint Jesse, shoemaker 32 1 s Second 

Marcker Andrew, laylor 67 n 8th 

Marcker Jacob late gi*ecer 34 Green \_see Marker 

Marcker Philip, blacksmith Johns st iJf Markoe 

Maree Mary, nurse 49 Coats alley 

Margie C. mill stone maker Mulberry alley 

Mariage David, labourer Rose st 

Mariner Andrew, mariner 32 Artillery lane 

Marriner Fenwick, pilot 513 s Front 

Marinot Michael, cook 1 18 Spruce 

Maris k Evans, merchants 31 south wharves 

Maris Richard, merchant 88 Mulberry 

Maris Wm. merchant 70 s Fifth 

Mark John, Minterback 92 Crown fsee Marks 

Marker John, carter Walnut n 1 1th fsee Marcker 

and Markoe 
Marker John, rag merchant 119 German 
Markland John, merchant Sassafrass 307 8c 208 
Markland Jacob 47 Tammany 
Markley Solomon, hatter 26 Cresson's alley 
Makoe Francis> merchant 63, s Water and 226 

Walnut (see Marker 

Markoe John, gentleman 29 7 Chesnut above 9th 
IMarks Ann, widow 141 n Fourth (see Mark 

Marks Daniel, rigger 4 Maria st. 
Marks Isaac, merchant 1 1^ n. 5th 
Marks widow of James, sea captain 56 Almond 
Marks Jared, Chymist 22 Coombs alley 
Marks Mrs. nurse West*s court 
^Marks Nicholas, grocer 162 Spruce 
Marks Robert, woodsuwyer 242 St. John 
Marks Samuel, brickmaker Spruce near Sch. 4the: 
Markward B. wheelwright 9 n Eighth 
Marley John, coachmaker Vine near Schuylkill 
Marlcy Richard I shoemaker 1 5 north Sixth 
Marley Thomas, mariner 4 Penn 
Marley Wm. coachmaekr Broad below George 
Marley Wm. cordwainer 31 1 High . (seeMaley 
Marlin Vance, weaver Buttonwood n. Charley 



MAR 

Marochee Salomon, boarding house 33 Sansom 
Marot Davenport, wheelwright 13 & 18 Coombs^ 

alley (see Mfrrott 

Marot Elizabeth, widow 19 Christian {see Merritt 
Marpel Isaiah, late farmer 1 1 1 Christian 
Marple Mrs. widow 399 Sassafras {see Morbetl 

Marpole Ab. shipwright Frankford road near Queen 
Marquedant Charles, one of the proprietors of the 

Globe Mill cotton factory Germantown Road 

above Pitt 
Marr John, saddler 77 n 5th \_sec Marrs and Maker 
Marr Thomas coachmaker 39 n 5th 
Marrin Lewis, mariner Relief 
Marrow John ISZPiinn 

Marrs Charlotte, widow Sch. 8th near Vine 
Marrs Robert, silver plater 14 Greenleaf court [^sec 
Marsh Mrs. of John mariner 29 I s 4th Marr 

Marsh Joseph, late siiip builder 23 Christian 
Marshall Abraham, carpenter Sassafras below 1 Itb 
Marshall Aaron, shoemaker 99 St. John 
Marshall Amor, wafermakcr 59 Walnut 
Marshall Charles, ehymist 56 Chesnut 
Marshall Christopher 310 High 
Marshall Chailes, jun. druggist 320 High 
Marshall George, blacksnuth 22 Elizabeth 8c S 6th 
Marshall George, iTiorocco dresser 6 i Union 
Marshall Hannah, boarding house 142 n Froot 



iMarshail Hannah, boarcUng house 142 n rrootP /"^y^ 
^ MarshalHMMM|Mli*nMi|#M|F^ 64 s 5lh^U^17, ML 
iSIarshall John, bricklayer 1 Mary's alley 
^Marshall John, cook Middle alley 
Marshall Margaret, widow 64 s 5th. 
Marsiiall Samuel cordwaincr 94 Cliiistiaii. 
Marshall Susannah china store 96 n. 5th 
Marshall Sc Tempest, goldsmitlis Sec. 87 s. 2d. 
Ma-bhall Thomas, painter and glazier 42 Chcsnui 
Martshall widow of John, Oak (N. L.) 
Marshall Wm. printer Sc grocer 192 Cedar 
Martien Elizabeth, tutress 38 Church alley 
Martin Benjamin, late shoemaker 200 s'Fifth 
Martin Benjamin, grazier 39 Mary (S.) 
M iiiin Charles, mariner 4 Swanson 
Martin Charles, Magazine keejier U. S, Arsenal 



MAR-— ^M AS 

Martin Daniel, Labourer back 341 Callowhill 
Martin Elizabeth, washerwoman 49 Prime 
Martin Ezra, bricklayer corner Pine 8c 1 2th 
Martin Francis grocer, back 102 High 
Martin & Harts, merchants 233 n 3d 
Martin Henry, accojnptant back 12 s 4th 
Martin Hugh, labourer. Walnut near Sch. 4th 
Martin Hugh, labourer Farmers row 
Martin Jacob, merchant 287 n 3d 
Martin Jacob, gentleman corner Fourth 8c George 
Mai^tin James, bookbinder Sc seller 369 High 
Martin James, jun. grazier 461 8c 463 s Second 
Martin James, merchant 45 n Front 
Martin John, mariner Gray's ferry road near Cedar 
Martin John, mariner back 239 s Second 
Martin Joim, smith 28 & Water 
Martin John, mariner 6 York court 
Martin John, carter Knodle 
Martin Jonathan, late blacksmith Knodle 
Martin Joseph, gentleman 272 n Second 
Martin Joseph D. druggist enquire 241 Arch 
Martin Lavina, widow Plum alley 
Martin Margaret, 280 s Front 
Martin M. carpenter Prosperous alley 
Martin Mary widow 94 n 4th 
Martin Mrs. widow teacher 92 s 11th 
..^ Martin 8c Parham cabinet makers 99 8c 2 17 n Front ^ 
J^*ril^or^2»Patrick, 1 7 lilt < UI<H* '«»" € »•• "— ' ^.*; 

Martin Rachel, boarding house 143 Chesnut 
Martin Robert C. saddler 8cc. 66 Chesnut 
Martin Samuel M. storekeeper I 1-2 s Second 
Martin Thomas, smith 1 1 Passyunk 
^Martin Thomas, woodsawyer Deans alley 
Martin Wm. brass founder Lolar^s court 
Martin Wm. merchant 29 s Second 
Martin Wm- cabinetmaker 93,99 8c 217 n Front 
Martz Philip, surgeon 69 Green 
Masden Benjamin, merchant 4 Union 
Masden 8c Bunker, merchants 19 s Watefr 
Mashmon Wm. shoemaker 111 Christian 
Mason David H. engraver 18 Bank 
Mason Elias, taylpr Prime above Front 



MAS MyVT 

^lason Isaac N. bookbinder 178 High & 78 n 9th 

Mason Jacob, chair maker, &c. 262 s 3d [«re Maison 

Mason Joseph, hatter, 49 Coates alley 

Mason Joseph, saddletree maker 179 s second 

Ma^on Margaret, ■widT)\v 29 North alley 

Mason Mary,miilinrr 179 s 2d 

Mason P. widow 13 V^ine 

Mabon Philip, engine maker k city commissioner 

1 8 I s Gth 
Mason Robert, merchant 75 Union & 90 s 2d 
Mason Samuel, steward of the Alms house and 

House of Employment 
Mason Simon, boaiding house 98 Spruce 
Mason Tanton, baker back 218 Swanson 
Mason Tho*s- windsor chair maker 120Xallowhill 
Mason William, oak cooper Carpenter (C) 
Mason widow of William, store keeper 63 n 3d 
Mason William, cabinet maker Noble near 3d 
Mason William, wood engraver 36 Carter's alley 

and 18 Bank 
Mass David baker 158 s 6th 
Massey Charles, jun merchant 170 Mulberry 
Massey James, W- plane maker 76 Crown 
Massey John, merchant 9 Penn 
Massey Thomas, sea captain 316 n Front 
Massey Thomas, carpenter Baker's court 
Massey Wm. salt refiner Poplar corner Front 
Massey Windefraccomptant-hS3 Pine 
Master George, carter Wood above 8th 
Master Joseph, ganger 15 Coomb's alley 
Master Wm, ladies shoemaker 65 south Third 
Mathers Richd, carpenter Arch near Sch. Front 
Mather widow of James, grocer George near 

Eleventh 
Matthias, A. carpenter 94 St. John [_8ee Matthews 
Mathieu Joseph, M. d. 16 Branch 
Mathison Nicl, grocer 12 Pine 
Matlack Abraham, mariner Juniper lane 
Matlack Emmor, shoemaker 209 n 2d 
Matlack Hannah, teacher Cedar near 1 1th 
Matlack Mrs. teacher 1 62 n 3d 
Matlack Mary widow 9 1 n Water 



MAT — -MAX 

Matlack Timothy, city, commissioner, wine and tea 

store 103 n 2d 
Matlack Timothy, jr. shoestore 209 High 
Matlack Thomas, accountant Chester near Lemno 
Mats John, shoemaker Germantown R. above 2d 
Matsinger Jacob, Arch near Sch. Front 
Matson Mary, upholsterer 138 s 4th 
iVIatson Peter, late carter Swede's alley 
Mattenly Thias 335 n 2d 
Mattern Andrew, potter 247 n 2d 
Matthews Edward woodsawyer 2 1 6 Coats 
Matthews Francis, stone mason Sch. 8th near Ka6e 
Matthews James, gentleman 1 63 Pine 
Matthews John, cooper 269 Race 
Matthews widow of James, 25 Chesnut 
Matthews James, lock smith 4th above Tammany 
Matthews John, cordwainer 6th below Fitzwater 
Matthews John, mariner back 171 n. 2d 
fA/izr Mews John, coachman 39 Middle alley 
Matthews John, paper store 39 1 High 
Matthews Lydia, widow Elmslie's alley 
Matthews L. shopkeeper 47 n 2d 
Matthews Matilda, milliner 125 n 2d 
Matthews Mrs. of James back 95 Cliristian 
Matthews Mrs. of Jeremiah Huddelt's alley 
Matthews Thomas, teacher 14 North alley 
Matthews Wm. grocer 181 s 7th [^see Mathias 

Mattinly Lewis, shoemaker Sheaff's alley 
Maulberry widow Rachel 
Maull & Hill, boat builders 161 Swanson 
Maull John, sailmaker 18 Carter's alley 
Maull Nehemiah, boat builder 146 Swanson 
Maull R. 8c J. sailmakers 10 south wharves 
Maull Robert, sailmaker 4 Bread 
Maull Wm. shipwright 456 s Front 
Maurel J. B. news carrier back 227 s Third 
Mawer Thomas, grocer 1 12 n 2d 
Mawhorter Thomas, cabinet maker 143 Cherry 
Maxfield Josepli, insp. of Lumber 135 Pine 
\MaxJitld P. woodsawyer Middle alley 
Maxfield Stephen, lumber merchant 97 n 5th 
Maxseiner Adam, taylor 218 n Third 



MAX MEA 

Maxweli Elizabeth, widow 203 s rth 
Alaxwell James, printer 48 8c 50 s 5th 
Maxwell James, wharfbuilder Beach near Maideo 
Maxwell James weaver 13th near Cedar 
Maxwell Jolm, weaver 116 Christian 
Maxwell John, tinsmith 375 n 2d 
Maxwell John, jr. carpenter 116 Christian 
Maxwell Robert, 4 Union 

Maxwell Robt. wharf builder Maiden corner Beach 
Maxwell widow of A. 163 south Front 
Maxwell widow of William, shipwright Hanover 
May Adam, late grocer, 42 Pilbert 
May Daniel, bricklayer Queen above 3d 
May Lewis shoemaker 473 Sassafras 
May Henry, hatter 83 n 10th 
May Mary, wido>v 9 1 n 1 0th 
May widow of George, 24 Parham's alley 
Mayberry Martha, washerwoman 27 Gilles' alley 
Maybin John, merchant 5 Chesnut and 124 Arch 
Mayburry Jeremiah W. grocer 268 n Front 
Mayer Andrew, coach and sign painter N W corner 

Budd and Poplar [^see Meyer and Maker. 

Mayer Frederic, tavernkeeper 1st gate Frankford 

road 
Mayer Jacob, accomptant, 70 n 2d 
Mayer John, farrier 235 Onllowhill 
MayhofTer Daniel, tanner George above 4th 
May land Jacob, tobacconist 99 Sassafras comer 3d 
Mayland Samuel, tobacconist 404 n 3d 
Mayley, Wm. grocer and drover 203 Shippen 
Maylin Joseph, gentleman 139 s 6th 
Mayo Benjamin, Washington Academy 6 Old York 

road 
Mayo Robert, u. d. 20a s 5th corner Shippen * 
Mays Joseph, shoemaker Steinmetz court (N. L.| 

see Maze and Mease. 
Mayweg John, whitesmith corner ^d and Green 
Maze John G. mast maker 33 Mary (S) see Mease 

aud Mays 
Mazurie James I, merchant 28 s Front and 59 n 4th 
Meade James, hair dresser 291 s 3d & 189 s Front 
Mead Patrick, coachman Bolton's court 



MEA MEI 

■fMeadca/i Richard, porter Juniper alley 

Means J. copperplate printer back 27 Cherry [^s&e 

Mcin and Main. 
Means John, hatter 18 Pewterplatter alley 
Means Mary, shopkeeper Cresson's alley 
Meany John, merchant 41 Dock dwelling 10 Frank- 
lin row s 9th 
Mears Benjamin, brushmaker 47 s 4th \_sec Meer 
Mcase James, M.D. 192 Chesnut [see Maze iif Mays 
Mease John, merchant 4 Norris's alley 
Mease L. widow boardinghouse 217 Lombard 
Mccaskey Andrew, storekeeper 232 s 2d 
•Mecke John, cabinet maker 64 n 2d 
Mecom A]>ia, hoarding house back 3 s 4th 
Medaria George, carter Rugan 
Medarid Peter, carter U. S. Arsenal 
Mfdaria Solomon, blacksmith Maiden 
Medary Jacob, collector of toils first gate Frankford 

road 
Medigiden Ann, widow 46 Penn 
Meeker Cory, shoemaker 246 n 2d 
Meeker Samuel S. shoe ware house 88 High corner 

s Third 
Meeker Samuel, merchant 215 High 
Meeker Sam. S. & Co. shoe warehouse 88 High 
Meer John, jun. comb maker 
Meer John, artist 4 s 7th [_sce Mears, Meyer, and 

Meres 
Meghee Charles,drayman 236 Catharine (^s^e Magec 
Meginnes Neal,soap boiler 1 10 Plum [see M'-Ginnis 

and Maginnes. 
Meginnes Stephen, mate 30, Green 
Mcgonagel John, oak cooper 238 n Front 
Mcguire George, teacher Noble hear 3d. 
Mef^uire w^dowof John, accountant Farmer's alley 
Me;^uire Philip smith Sugar alley [see Maguire 
Meguire Wm cabinetmaker 177 s 2d 
Mcins Arthur, grocer corner Cedar and Apollo [see 

Main and Means. 
Mcin Andrew, teacher 4 Powell 
Mcin Thomas, stonecutter ;>62 High 
Meinnell Wm. print cutter, &c. Lombard near 10th 



MEL MEK 

Melchoir John, oak cooper 4th above Poplai 
Mekcal Abraham, carpenter 1 28 Walnnt 
Melbeck J. commission merchant Caliowhill above 

Crown 
Melchor H. L. carpenter Raspberry alley 
Meldrim James, carpenter 10 n 2(i 
Meley Wm. brickmaker 13th below Walnut 
Melish John, 147 s 8th 
Melish John merchant 123 s 1 1th 
Melius Wm. painter Elizabeth 
Melizet Francis 8c Co. storekeepers 252 n Scl 
Mellars Joseph, carpenter 183 s 7th 
Mellen Samuel, accomptant 12th near Cherry 
Mellen widow of Wm. smith Swede's alley 
Mellieur E. widow 91 s 4th near Pine 
Melmoth Mrs. teacher 71 Locust 
Meisom Edward, teacher 315 Mulberry 
Mendenhall Isaac carpenter 93 High 
Mendley Enos, labourer China 
Mensing Frederick, boot maker 79 s Front 
Mentz Charles, woodsawyer 463 n 3d [^see Mirii'T- 
Mentz George W- bookbinder 7 1 Sassafras 
Menzies John, clock & watchmaker 140 6 Front 
tiV/crcn? Charles, barber 157 Spruce 
Mercer 8c Baird, grocers 12 s Wharves. 
Mercer Bernard, carpenter 133 s 10th 
Mercer George, grocer Drawbridge and s Front 
JNIercer John, grocer 12 s Wharves and Cedar 
Mercer & M'MuUin grocers comer Front 8c Dock 
Mercer Robert, sea captain I Mary (S) \_8ee Marcet 
Mercer Robert, grocer and corder 232 s 2d 
l^ercer Thomas 8c Co. grocers S. W. cornc^ 

Christian and Swanson 
fiercer widow of George 169 s 3d 
Mercier C. professor of music 36 Sugar alley 
Mercier Charles, confectioner 104 High 
Mercier Mrs. widow, 270 n 2d 
Mcrckle John> rigger 10 Budd 
Meredith Ann, widow, 3 Little Pine 
Meredith Benjamin, plaisterer 90 Crown 
Meredith James, stonecutter Juniper ivttar Vine 
Meredith David, 77 n 4th 
C c c 



TMER MID 

Meredith Mrs. widow, 100 n 4th 
.Meredith Tho. innkeeper Buttonwood near 5tb 
yl/eredith Wm. counsellor at law 98 s 3d 
Meres Sarah, widow 53 1 s Front \^sce Myen 

Merkel Jacob, carpenter George above 3d 
Merlin Lewis M, upholsterer 192 Lombard 
/v/errefield Joseph, merchant 13 s Front Sc s i^d 
Merrick Amos, cordwainer 62 Passyunk 
3/errick Joshua, carpenter 10 Mary (S.J 
Merrick Richard, teacher 1 Uh near Locust 
jV/errick Samuel, merchant 48 n 6th 
.Merrill Otis B. printer Sassafras 
JV/errill Wm. J. grocer 138 Lombard 
A/errit Henry, labourer Beach near 3/arlboroqgh 

^fiee Marot 
Merrit Joseph, carter Webb's alley 
Merritt Samuel, printer, office back 9 Fetter's lai>e, 

dwellir.g 18 Gherry 
^Merrit William, labourer Jones alley 
Merryman John, oysterman 324 s 3d 
Merther Philip, carter, 259 Catharine 
Mervine widow of George, grocer 273 s 5th 
Mervine John, taylor 22 Bank 
Messchert M. H. merchant 1 1 Sansom 
Messer Henry, baker near Schuylkill 
Metts Barbary widow Buttonwood near 6th 
Metts George, oak cooper Buttonwood near 6th 
Metz John, watchman 80 s Water [see Mitz 

Metzger George,punq) maker old YorkabovePoplar 
Metzger John M. taylor 245 n 2d 
Meyer George, innkeeper 269 Vine 
Meyer Henry, innkeeper south-west corner 5th and 

Sassafras 
Meyer Jacob, printer. Sec. 177 8c 179 n 2d 

[see Maijer^ Maker ^ Myers, Meres ^ Merer ^ 
Meara 
Meyers Henry, yoeman cor. Buck road & Long long 
Meyers John P. Weaver 118 n 5th 
Meyers William, tallow chandler Vine near Laii 

rence, below 8th 
Michael Rachael, widow 306 s Front 
Middleton Daniel carpenter Wood near Duke 



MID MIL 

Middleton Allen, blacksmith, Noble n. 3d 6c San- 

som's alley 
Middleton G. lumber merchant 170 n 4th 
Middleton John, hatter back 192 n 3d 
Middleton Joseph, taylor 22 Union alley 
Middleton Samuel, bricklayer 172 n 4th 
Middleton Tho. labourer, 21 Budd 
•Middleton widow of Wm. smith 196 n 3d 
Middleton & WoolU^y, lumber yard 133 CallowhiU 
Midlcton James, mariner 72 £hippen 
Midlcton William, taylor 355 s 2d 
Midlcton William, shallopman 81 s Front 
Midien Walter, sea captain 21 Mead alley 
Miercken \vidow of Henry, 4i Shippen 
Miercken Peter Sc Co. sugar refiners 37 Shipnen 
Miersch F'^ederick, hog victualler Charles * . 

Mifflin widow.of iierij|i\min 18 n. 9tli 
Mifflin John F. counsellor at law 5 and 9 Union 
Mifflin S. F merchant 215 Chesnut aJjove 7th 
Mfflin Tho.-merchant 128 Spruce 
Mifflin Thomas, carpenter Jones st. and 61 Walriiit 
Miles Edward, accomptant Walnut above 10th 
Miles Edward, drawing master 2 10 Walnut 
Miles John accomptant U. S. Arsnal 
Miles Lewis> labourer corner Crown and Prince 

[see Milti's 
Miles Mary, widow of John, gunmakcr 86 Cidiowhjll 
Miles Rebecca, widow 4 Sansom 
Miles Robert, carpenter 114 s 10th 
Mile* widow of Thomas, grocer 102 s 10th 
Miles Wm. brass, steel, S^ cane reed maker 359-n 3d 
Milcy Frederick, carter Juniper above Cherry 
Miley Geo. victualler Broad near Vine 
I\tiley Jacob, Germantown road near first gate 
Milcy Jacob £c John, victuallers 136 Brown 
M'lley Matthias, bricklayer back 317 n 3d 
Mill George, cabinetmaker Germantawn road near 

Fourth 
Millard Benjamin, tavern keeper 248 High 
Millard Tho. wheel and chairmaker 408 and 410 n 

Front 
MiilbijEin John, rigger 43 Plum 



MIL 

Millech Joiiii, iieg victualler Pleasant st. '' 
?viillcr Ab'm. and And'w jr. pottery corner Zane 

and 7th [«ee Mellars 

]\Iiller Adam, flour merchant 336 High 
Miller A. potter N. W. corner Zane and 7th 
Vliller Alexander, grocer and bottler44 s Water 
Miller Andrew, sea captain N. W. comer Union 

and Third 
Miller Ann, gentleman 199 Spruce 
Miller Ann, boarding house Shippen above 4th 
t Miller Ann, whitewasher back 169 s 3d 
Miller An'y, blacksmith 2d above Germantown ^oad 
iMilltr Anthony, shoemaker 389 n 3d 
\ Miller Anthony, labourer Juniper alley 
Miller Arthur, labourer 12th above Cherl-y 
Miller Arthur, grocer 479 n 3d 
Miller Barbara, "widow Wood n 6th 
Miller Catharine, widow 18 Ann (N. L.) 
Miller Charles, bar tender, back 15 Filbert 
Miller Charles, baker 10th below High^ Hazle- 

hurst's court 
Tvlillev Cha's, chocolate manufacturer and grof^r 

208 and 210 n 3d . 
\ Miller Charles, labourer Dean'a alley 
Miller Conrad, taylor 345 n Front 
Miller D. gardener Carpenter (S.) 
Miller Daniel, innkeeper 427 n 2d 
Miller Daniel, late carter 93 Budd 
Miller Daniel H. ironmonger 162 n 2d 8c 119 New 
Miller Daniel L. merchant 2 J*'n Front ' 

Miller David, grocer 230 s 2d 
Miller David, cedar cooper corner Beach 8c Maiden 
Miller David, plasterer 4th near George. 
^Miller David, labourer 25 Tammany 
Miller Edward, shoemaker, 148 n 5th 
^Mriler E. labourer Acorn alley 
Miller Elenor, china store 148 n 4th 
\Millcr Elisha, oysterman 270 s 4th 
Miller F. soapboiler Grisel's alley 
Miller Frederick, mariner back 105 Catharine 
Miller widow of Fred, corner Wood and Juliann?. 
SlUlftr George, blacksmith '273 n 2tl 



MIL 

MiUcr George, saddle tree plater, Vine below 8Lh 

Miller George, modeler in colours, 95 s 2d 

Miller George, ivory button maker, Otter near 

Frankford road 
Miller George, teacher West nearPalmw 
Miller George, brickmaker George, near Sch, 8th 
Miller George, shipjoiner 120 Brown 
Miller George, taylor 199 n 8th 
^Miller George, chair driver, back 78 n 4th 
Miller Grace, nurse, 3 Patton's court 
Miller Hannah, segar maker 123 n 6th 
Miller Henry, jr. sawsharper 93 Arch &; 108 St. John 
Miller Henry, sawsharper 299 ii 3d 
Miller Henry, shoemaker 58 Newmarket 
Miller Henry, shipwright Hanover near Bedford 
Miller Henry, mariner, 191 n Front 
Miller Henry, victualler 262 n 8th 
Miller Henry, victualler Wood near 6th 
Miller Hugh, carter Oak (S.) 
Miller Hugh, labourer Cedar near 13th 
•fMillei' Jacob, tanner Noble above 5th 
Miller Jacob, potter Rose alley (N. L.) 
■fAfiUer Jdicoby labourer 4^3 n 2d 
Miller Jacob, shoemaker, 32 Strawberry 
Miller James, taylor 7th below Cedar 
Miller James, grocer 29 south WJjarves 
Miller James, labourer High near Sch. 6th 
Miller Jane, widow 260 Sasafras 
^Miller Jer. k Moses, labourers Cedar near 7th 
Miller Joel, cabinet maker 5 1 s Front 
Miller John, innkeeper 63 n 4th, 
Miller John, combmaker Sch. 8th near Vine 
Miller John team driver Poplar near 4th 
Miller John, carter comer Mulberry and Sch 8th 
Miller John sawsharper, back 93 Arch 
Miller John, cooper Coates* court 
Miller John, jun. merchant 202 s Front 
Miller John, constable 126 Callowhill 
Miller John, carpenter Wood near 6th 
Miller John, smith 153 s 5th 
Miller John, tavemkeeper 3 1 3 High 
Miller John, marblecutter 371 High J 

C CC2- ^ 



MIL 

Miller JoliaviTftariner corner Front Sc CaUowhill 
Miller John, pavier 6th above Green 
Miller John gafdener Ann st. (V.) 
Miller John, baker 188 St. John 
Miller John, whipmaker 1 55 Cherry- 
Miller John C. innkeeper 228 Swanson 
\ Miller John Carter 197 Lombard 
Miller Jonathan, merchant 187 Chesnut 
Miller Jonathan, & Co. merchant 198 High 
Miller Josepli, grocer 152 n 3d 
Miller Joseph, carpenter 407 n 3d 
Miller Lydia, nurse, S3 1 s Front % 

Miller Margaret, boardinghousc 200 Chesnut 
Miller Martin, labourer 45 Brown 
Miller Mary, widow 30 Appletree alley 
Miller Mary, washerwoman Broad near Race 
Miller Michael, poster 314 n 2d 
Miller Moses, ladie« shoemaker 26 Poplar 
Miller M. boardinghoure corner Miner and 6th 
Miller Mrs. mantua maker 100 s 2d 
Miller Mrs. widow segar maker 365 Arch 
Miller Mrs. Eliz. widow 28 Artillery lane 
Aiiller Nathan S. merchant 27 n Water 
Miller Nicholas, blacksmith Roger's court 
Miller Peter, m. d. 181 Mulberry^ 
Miller Peter, labourer Germantown road below 2id# 
Miller Peter, gardener Cedar near Broad 
\Miller Peter, labourer, 190 Lombard 
Miller Philip, printer 88 s 3d 
Miller Philip, tobacconist 80 Cedar 
Miller Philip, blacksmith 90 Brown 
. Miller Samuel, carpenter 47 Green 
Miller Samuel, wheat fanmaker 170 & 172 Spruce 
Miller Samuel, shoemaker i 1th above Race 
Miller Sarah, nurse, 3 Patton's court 
Miller Sc Van Beuren, merchants 190 s Front 
Miller widow of Akxander, 158 Spruce 
• Miller widow of John, tavcrnkeeper 127 s WateP^ 
Miller, widow of John F. corner Green & 3d 
Miller widow of Michael wheat fanmaker 153 s 5th 
Miller William, tobacconist 10 Brewer's alley 
MiUcr WilUwn, jeweller &c. 104) n 2d 



INJiller Wm. secretary to Philadelphia insurance 

company 161 3 2d 
IVIUler William, sea-captain 358 s Front 
Miller William, brickmaker Wright's alley 
Miller William, & John, merchants 10 s 4th 
Milles L. shallopman Brusstar's court 
Milligan James, gentleman 263 Chesnut 
Milligan Joseph, tailor High west of.centre square 
"Millikin Robert, shoemaker 40 Chesnut [_st'c 

Mullikin 
Minikin Wm. grocer 49 Chesnut 8c 28 Strawberry 
Milliman John, constable 12 Branner's alley 
Millington David s#9i captain 7 Summer's court ' 
Minis Nehemiah, cabinet maker 433 n 3d 
Millman Wm. shoemaker Sansom's alley 
Mills 8c Anthony, smiths Fetter lane 
Mills James, merchant 35 Chesnut 
Mills Michael, mariner carpenter (s) n 4th 
Mills Robert, architect 45 Sansom 8c 114 s 8th n. \\. 

corner Locust 
t Mills Robt. waiter 10 Lociist 
Mills Sarah, widow cor. Juliana 8c Callowhill 
Mills Sarah, victualling house Blackhorse alley 
Mills Smith, blacksmith 69 Arch 
Mills Mrs. of Frederick 97 Browne 
Millaon John, painter 8cc. corner Chesnut 8c 12th 
Millward 8c Rinedoller, jun. mastmakers Oak (N.L.) 
Millwood William, mastmaker 40 Duke (N. L.) 
Milne Edmund, 83 Green 

Milne Richard, merchant 9 s Front t, 193 Walnut 
Milner George:, weaver 383 Race 
Milner John labourer U. S. Arsenal 
Milner John, tavernkeeper 85 north Water 
Milner Samuel jun. carpenter back 48 Passyunk 
Milner Samuel, carpenter 2 Schriver's court 
Milnor Isaac, state guagerSc grocer 24 s wharves 

dwelling 122 Spruce 
Milnor James, & Wm. jr. attornies at law oftecc 

108 Walnut 
Milnor James, attorney at law 108 Walnut 
Milner John, commission broker 29 Vine 
Milnor Larkin J merchant II Vine 



MIL- iMIT 

Milnor & Richards, grocers & iron merchants s. w 

corner 3d £c Vine 
MiJnor Robert, druggist &c. Ills second 
Milnor William, merchant 17 n 4th 
Milnor William, jun. attorney at law 204 Sprucer 

office 108 Walnut 
Miltenberger Catharine, widow 108 Oreen 
Ming John, teacher 154 n 5th 
Mingle Elizabeth, midwife 22 Appletree alley 
Mingle John, blacksmith 263 and 264 Sassafras 
Mingle Philip, sea captain 202 Sassafras 
Mink Catharine, boarding house back 251 Race 
Mink Philip, yoeman long lane n Federal 
Minier William, carpenter 206 & 157n 6th 
Minster John, fiddle string maker Pleasant st 
Mintzer Adam, carter 321 n Third 
Mintzer Christopher, hog victualler Rachel sto 
Mintzer John G. innkeeper 404 n 2d 
Mintzer John, victualler 4th above Poplar lane 
Mintzer John, carter 3 15 n 3d 
Mintzer Joseph, victualler 38 Charlotte 
Mintzer R. widow 246 n 2d 
Mintzer Joseph jr. victualler 126 s Water 
Miquet Francis, hairdresser 271 n Front 
Miskey Anthony, trader, 382 n 2d 
Mitchell A. ropemaker William st 
Mitchell Abraham jun. accountant 26 New market 
Mitchell Andrew, C. tobacconist 318 High 
Mitchell Anthony, confectioner 50 Tammany. 
Mitchell Benjamin, carpenter 33 Browne 
Mitchell Benjamin, bricklayer Noble near 3d 
Mitchell Benjamin, jun. carpenter 29 Browne 
t Mitchell C. barber 4 i 7 n Front 
Mitchell Charles, hairdresser 213 n 2d 
Mitchell Eliza, mantuamaker 322 s Third 
Mitchell Francis, trunkmaker S Juniper near High 
Mitchell George, labourer 272 s Front 
Mitchell Jabes, shipsmith Queen near Frankford R. 
Mitchell Jacob, mahogany merchant 131 Cedar 
Mitchell James, carpente.r 8 old York 
t Mitchell James, paperstainer 1 12 Christian 
t MitchelUohHf waiter ^70 s 2d 



MIT MON 

Mitchcil John, fancy chairmaker 76 s 4th 
Mitchell John, labourer Marlborough near Prince 
Mitchell Joseph, hoatbuilder 412 s 2d 
Mitchell Rachel, widow 26 Newmarket 
.Mitchell & Sutherland, apothecaries and druggists 

208 s 5th corner Shippen 
Mitchell Thomas, conveyancer 195 s 2d 
Mitchell Thomas D. m. d. 208 s 5th cor. Shippeji 
Mitchell William, chairmaker 75 Lombard 
Mitz Adam, drayman 2d above Germantown R. [?ec 

Mctz 
Mixter Ezra, ladies shoemaker 265 St. John 
Mock Adam, labourer 527 n Third 
Moffat Spencer, grocer 426 n 2d 
Moffett Adam, labourer 68 n 6th f&f^ Mafftt 

Moffett Jas. n. w. corner Front &_. Catharine 
Moffett Robert, grocer 302 s Front 
Moffett Robert, carter Locust above i^th 
Moffett William, mariner 22 Cedar 
"Molan James, locksmith and bell-hanger 72 n 6lh 

[«ee Motvlan 
Moland Wm. N. m. d. S. E. corner 4th 8c Sprtice 
Moliere Henry, ship chandler 292 s 2d 
Molineux widow of John, makes colouring for 

liquor, 264 s 5th 
Molineux John E. hairdresser 187 8c 189 Cedar 
Molony Jas. currier 80 Chesnut 8c 31 Carter's alley 

[sec Mullotvny. 
]Molony John, corabmaker 72 n 8th 
Monach, widow of Andrew, 386 s 2d 
Monell Jacob, shoemaker back 346 n 2d 
Moncll 5c Hanson, merchant tailors, S. E. corner 

2d and Dock 
Monell John, merchant tailor, 109 s 2d 
Monet Peter, machine maker l^yndalPs court 
Mongan Fi*ancis, grocer 281s 4th Corner of Plum 
Monges John R. m. d. 81 s 3d N. E. corner of Pear 
Moniger John, painter, Sec. 89 n Tenth 
Monington John, carpenter 142n 8th 
Monk George, sea captain, 18 Green 
MonscU John, dnayman Carpenter \S^, nrar *..tl\ 
Montant C, merchant l:i'"> Piiv? 



MON— Moa 

Monteath widow, teacher 272 s Front 
Montelius Wm. tobacconist 172 High and 53 n Cth 
Montgomery Andrew, teacher 33^ s Front 
Montgomery Austin, merchant 4 1 s Front and 4 & 

Tenth * 

Montgomery Charles, shoemaker Walker's court 
Montgomery David, carter 4 Prune 
Montgomery E. widow 4th above Tammany 
Montgomery H. grbcer corner Vine and Sch. 8th 
Montgomery James, attorney at law dwelling 285. 

Chesnut near 9th 
Montgomery John, baker corner Callow hill and 

Ann (N. L ) 
Montgomery John, carpenter 128 Callowhill 
Montgomery Jos. brickmaker Button wood n. 8th 
Montgomery Joseph, merchant 2 s 10th aiul 101 n 

Front 
Montgomery Richard, thread manufactuaer corner 

High and Sch. 5th 
Montgomery Samuel P. sea captain 150 s 2d 
Montgomery Thomas, gentleman 31 Lombard 
Montgomery Thomas, cordwainer N. E. corner 

Chesnut and 7th 
Montgomery William, jr. accomptant 34 Union 
Montgomery Wni. boot and shoemaker N. E. 'cor- 
ner Chesnut and 7th 
Montgomeiy Wm. merchant 128 Mulberry and 41 

and 101 n Front 
Montgomery Wm. & Son, meirchants 101 n Front 
Montier Robert, bottler 130 n Front 
Montmollin F. 8c S. Moses, auctioneers 39 n Front 
Montmollin F. auctioneer, store 39 n Front dwelling 

162 Mulberry ' 
Moode Anthony, labourer Wood (K.) 
Moode Jacob, fisherman Wood (K.) 
Moode John, fislierman Wood (K.) 
Moode widow of John, biscuit baHer Wood {K} 
Moon, Wm. vvindsor chair maker 32 n 4th 
Mooney Cornelius, labourer 268 s 4th 
Mooney Elizabeth, huckster 292 St. John 
Mooney James, carter 38 St. Mary 
Mooney Jane, widow Shippeu 



MOO 

Mooney widow of Wm. taylor 172 s Water 

Mooney John, stevedore 326 s 2d 

Moore Abraham, shoemaker 2&7 s 5th [see Morjfr 

Moore Abraham, grocer 298 s 4th 

Moore Ann, fortune teller 3 Blackberry alley 

Moore Charles, carpenter 9 Kunckel 

Moore C. shopkeeper 308 n 2d 

Moore Frederick nailer corner Brown 8c 4th aboTe 

CallowhiU 
Moore George, carter cor. Carpenter and Passyunk 
Moore George D. painter, &c.back 25 n 6th 
•\Moore Hannibal, sweep Chesnut near Sch. 5th 
Moore & Herkness, marble mantle manufacturers 

and stone yards 1 1 n 7th and 19 Filbert 
Moore Henry, cordwainer 151 Shippen 
Moore Henry, carter back 28 1 s 3d 
Moore Hugh, oakcooper 31 Elfreith's alley 
Moore James, weaver comer 6th and Coats 
Moore Kev. James, 140 n 4th 
Moore James, merchant 157 Pine 
Moore James, sea captain 224 Walnut 
Moore James, bottler 12 and 16 Argyle 
Moore James, accomptantl7 Walnut 
Moore James, cooper 43 Noble 
Moore Jane, wdow 59 Penn 
Moore Jane, grocer corner German and 4th 
Moore Jane, china store 233 s 2d 
Moore Jeremiah, shoemaker 1 1 5 Green 
Moore Jesse, shallopman corner 3d and QuQ^n 
Moore John, carpenter Kunckel near Green 
Moore John, brickmakcr 279 Sassafras 
Moore John, cordwainer Fitzwalter above 6th 
Moore John, plaisterer 279 s 5th 
Moore John, victualler Garden 
Moore John A. of U. S. navy Queen near 2d 
Moore Joseph, carpenter Quince alley near Walnut 
Moore Joseph, shopkeeper 2 Bank 
Moore Marmaduke, stonecutter 43 Filbert 
fMoore Mary, washerwoman corner Chesnut and 

Twelfth 
Moore Mary seamstress Queen near Bishop 
Moore Mary, chiwa store 96 n 5th 



MOO MOR 

Moore Mrs. of William, 4 Penn 

IVIoore Mrs. widow 161 n 3d 

Moore & M'Coy, grocers 104 n 4th 

Moore 8c Myers, merchants 22 n 3d 

Moore Nathaniel, coachmaker 63 n 10th 

Moore Peter, plaisterer 198 Lombard 

Moore Prisciila, nurse 125 Pine 

Moore Rachael, widow Chesnut near Sch. 2d 

\Moore Reuben, master sweep 193 Lombard 

Moore Robinson R. accomptant Lombard n. 10th 

Moore Samuel, saddler, &c. 6 Harlung's alley 

Moore Samuel, 2 1 n 6th 

Moore Samuel, cordwainer Fearis's court 

Moore Samuel, carpenter corner 4th and George 

Moore Samuel, carpenter corner St. John and Coats 

Moore Sarah, gentlewoman 1 16 Mulberry 

Moore Sarah, vvi,dow 141 Locust 

Moore Sarah, widow 36 Moravian alley 

Moore widow of Thomas, Sch. Front near Cherrr 

Moore Thomas, jr. grocer 104 n 4th 

Moore Thomas, sea captain 18 Newmarket 

Moore Thomas L. gentleman 42 Pine 

Moore widow^ seamstress 63 Penn 

jMoore widow, of Jeremiah 216s 5th 

Moore Wm. soapboiler 86 s 5th 

Moore Wm. labourer Lombard n Sch. 8th 

Morand Augustus, musician Portland lane 

Morehane Joseph, accompant 182 St. John 

IVIorel James, teacher of foreign languages back 

246 n 2d [jsee Morrell 

Morey William supercargo 172 Lombard 
Morgan Benj. R. counsellor at law 41 Mulberry 
Morgan Bennet, labourer 9 Heyde's court 
i>/or^an Charles, woodsawyer Jone'» alley (N. L.) 

£c back 43 1 n 2d 
Morgan David, mariner 21 Swanson 
Morgan Elizabeth, seamstress 9 Coomb's alley 
Morgan George W magistrate N. E. corner 9th & 

Race 
Morgan James, carpenter Eighth above Vine 
Morgan John, tanner Vine near Eleventh 
Morgan John, neats foot oil ivory black &» blackball 

maker Callowhill near 8th 



MOR 

Morgan Reuben, innkeeper, corner Vine"and 6ih ' 
Morgan John, pockelljook manufacturer 10 s Frorv 
Morgan John, boot & last maker 47 s 4tli 
Morgan John C. carpenter 206 Cherry- 
Morgan Margaret, widow 93 s 5th 
Morgan Matthews, shipwright Sarah st 
Morgan Nicholas, mariner Pegg st 
Morgan Peter, grocer corner Pine and Water 
Morgan Rachael, widow 75 Mulberry 
Morgan Samuel, shoemaker Callowhill above lOth 
Morgan &c Sisty, pocketbook £c elastic spring manu 

factory 40 s 10th 
Molgan Sarah, widow 407 n 2d 
Morgan Solomon, grocer 235 s 4th 
Morga/i Thomas, sea captain 55 Queen (S) 
Morgan widow of Thos. meichant 106 Mulberry 
Morgan Wm. mast maker. Beach near Maiden 
Morgan Wm. cordwahier, Fearis's court 
Morgan Wm. glue & cowskin whip maker Vine^ 

near lUh 
Morgan Wm. shallopman Lolar's court 
Morgan Wm. H. carver and gilder lUChesnut 
Morin Alexander, jeweller, 91 n 3d 
Morgan John, goldsmith 77 n 3d 
Morrell James, hatter 171 n 2d 
Morrcll James merchant 78 n Front 
!Morrell I, W. china merchant 3 1 7 High 
Morrell Mrs. midwife 71 Union [ie-e Murrcll and 

J^forcl 
Morrell R(jbert, cliina merchant 211 & 182 Arch 
Morrell Robert, carpenter Billing's court 
Morrell Thomas, merchant 78 n Front & 211 High 
Moirell widow of John, china merchant 78 n Front 
Morrell Wm. labourer Jones aliey(N. L.) 

Morrig , accompt»mt 3 n 12th 

Morris Aaron, carter back 40 St. John 
XMorris Abraham, wood sawyer 7 St. Maiy 
Morris Ann* storekeeper 68 n Fourth 
Morris Anthony, counsellor at law 72 s 2d 
Morris Anthony J. gentlepnan, 94 s 3d 
Morris Benjamin, gentleman 21g Mulbetiv 

D dd 



MOR 

Morris and Broth'ers, druggist. &c. 45 n Su 

Morris Elihu E. sea captain 20 Dock 

Blorris £c Fraley, merchants 191 High 

Morris George St Go. merchants 7 n Front 

Morris George L. bookbinder 2 Dock 28 Spruce 

•\ Morris George, labourer Lemon st &: 160 n 8th 

Morris Isaac W. brewer 144 s 4th 

Morris Israel W. merchant 149 south Water 

Morris James, oakcooper ^3 George (S.) 

Morris Jeremiah, druggist 293 High 

^Morris Jolin, dealer Bedford (M.) 

Morris John, printer, 126 St. John 

Morris Joseph, labourer 435 n Front 

Morris Joseph, mariner 57 Mead alley 

Morris Joseph, carjjenter 58 n 8th 

Morris Joseph, brewer 96 n Front 

Morris Joseph, hatter 12 Chancery lane 

Morris L. widow Moyamensing near Prime 

tiV/orrz» L. carter back 242 Lombard 

Morris Luke W. lumber merchant 100 Spruce 

Morris Luke W. k Co. Lumber merchants 9th 

below Chesnut 
Morris Miss, raantuamaker 145 s 8th 
Morris Morris, labourer 238 Catharine 
Morris Mrs. painting and drawing accademy 2 

Heyde's court Filbert above 8th 
Morris Reese grocer 219 n 3d 
Morris Richard Hill, merchant 8 n 1 Ith 
Morris Robert, sea captain 347 s 3d 
■f Morris Robert, labourer, Prospect all^y 
Morris Sarah, gentlewoman 20 Bi anch 
i: Morris Samnel, waiter Miller's alley 
Morris Susan, gentlcmwoman 35 Filbert 
Morris Thomas, plaisterer Cherry near juniper 
Morris Thomas, jun. Sc Co. brewers 86 n 2d 
Morris Thomas, labourer 208 s 2d 
Morris Thomas, teacher, Sch. 5th near Chesnut 
Morris widow of Robert, gentleman comer lltb 

and Chesnut 
Morris Wmi. farmer Arch near Sch. 4th 
Morris Wm. shingledresscr 389 Sassafra? 
Morris William P. merchant, 41 Sansom 



MOll MOS 

Morrison A. carpenter corner Passyunk & Christian 

Morrison 8c Co. rectifying and cordial distillers 
108 Plum 

Morrison Mrs. of Daniel, turner 280 Arch 

Morrison Evan, merchant 60 n 3d 

Moriiscn George, merchant 117 New 

Morrison Hugh, late tavernkecper 236 s Sd 

Morrison Isabella, widow 499 s Fiont 

Morrison James, carter 262 s 6th 

Morrison iMorris, carpenter 119 Brown 

^Jorrison Mrs- widow 6 Penn 

Morrison and Rawle, merchants 57 n Front 

Morrison Sarah, mantuamaker^back 86 s 3d. 
-Morrison widow of Thomas, 14 Prune 
Morrison William, oak cooper Arch near Sch. 8th 
Morrison Wm. brewer 79 Chesnut 
Morrison Wm. cabinetmaker 1 39 Pine 
Morrison Wm. sea captain 308 Sassafras 
IMorrow Hugh, tinplate worker 1 24 n 11 th 
Morrow Samuel, smith corner Pine and 5th 
Morrow "widow of John, corner Juniper and Cherty 
Morrow Wm. carter, 68 Passyunk road 
Morse George W. sea captain 235 Spruce 
^lorse Isaac, shoemaker, Biitton's alley 

Mortimer Mrs. ladies' seminary 104 Mulberry 
.Morton Benjamin, batter 343 s 2d 
Morton George, Gray's ferry road near Ferry 
Alorton James, printer 22 Strawberry 
Morton John, mariner 299 s Front 
Morton John, president of North America Bank 

116s Front 
Morton Joseph, grocer corner Callowhiil and 5th 
Morton Joseph, boatbnilder Maiden 
Morton Thomas, bookbinder and paper ruler 33 

Pewtcrplatter alley 
Morion Sc Wallace, binders & rulers, 33 Pewter- 
platter alley 
-Morton widow of George, sea captain 299 s Front 

Mory Lewis, sea captain, 263 s Front 
Moscr widow of Martin, potter 3 10 n 2:1 
:\Ioses Abraham, merchant 49 n 2d 
* yfosca Hancock, labourer las s 7th 



MOS' MOW 

Moses Henry, currier 377 n Front 

Moses Isaac, merchant 154 Chesnut Sc 33 n Front 

Moses Jacob, trader, 103 Callowhill 

Moses Joshua, merchant 33 n Front 8c 154 Chesnut 

Moses Solomon, auctioneer 39 n Front dwelling 

» 210 Chesnut 
Moss Christopher, shoemaker Germantown rcad 

near 4th * 
Moss Henry, labourer Oak (S.) 
Moss Jacob, quill & pen manufactory 71s 8th 
Moss John, merchant 37 Dock [^see Maoa 

Moss John A. shoemaker 246 s 5th 
Moss Samuel, merchant 97 Lombard 
Mosser Jacob, victualler Queen near Hanover 
MosslanderGeo. oysterman 130 s 6th 
Most Henry, gunstocker 2« Kunckel 
Mott James, merchant 4S Dock & 28 Union 
Mott Edward, paint warehouse 10 Fetter lan*e 

dwellintj 75 n 3d 
MottleyMrs. widow SO Coates alley 
MouiUie Maturine, wine cooper Locust near BroaS 
^Moulden Jacob, woodswayer, Mary's alley 
^Mouldcn Noah, woodsawyer back 7 Bedford (M.) 
Moulder John N. accomptant U. S. Arsenal Gray's 

Ferry road 
Moulder Joseph accomptant 1 3 Race 
Moulder Margaret, boarding house 24 Pear 
^Moulder Noah, woodsawyer Shippen above 7th 
Moulder William, justice of the peace 312 n 2tl 
Moulson John, storekeeper 64 Mulberry 
Mount Edward, mate 8 1 Penn 
Mount Forman, gentleman 23 Plum 
Mount John, bricklayer 196 Cedar 
Mount John, labourer Lombard near3ch. 8th 
-^ Mount Tho. carter 540 n 3d 
Mount T. B. gentleman 5 Newmarket st. 
Mountea Edward, shoemaker i22 Cedar 
Mountea widow of George 1 7 Farmer's alley 
Mourcr John Andrew, turner Laurence 
Mower George, shallopman Huddeirs alley 
Mowers Mrs. of Aaron, printer 130 s 10th 

[see M0QT6 



MOW MUN 

Mower James, weaver 32 Crown 

Mower widow of Jacob, storekeeper 276 n '2d 

Mowerer John, grocer 80 Green 

ISIowlan Mary, taylorest, back 479 s I'ront 

[_see iMola/i 
Moxham Wm. carpenter 2d below Federal 
Meyer Peter, plaisterernear 172 n 4th J 
Moyer Thomas, saddler &c. 1 17 n Sd 
INIoyn Jacob, shoemaker, 23 St. Mary 
Much James, shipwright 17 Beck's allef 
Muhlenberg David, 305 Sassafras 
Muhlenberg \Yidow of H. corner 7th & High 
^luicr Daniel, ladies' shoemaker 105 Catharine 
M*irhead Alexander, merchant 26 Chesnut 
^Mulbagh John, carter Wood near Duke 
Mulcaiiy Mary, widow 140 n Water 
Mulhall Henry ,baker Locust above 1 1th 
Mulhan John, labourer 124 s 6Lh 
Mulhollon John, engineer and carpenter, Maple st 
Muil Benjamin, combmaker 389 n Front 
Mullan Barney, boardirjghouse 244 s 6th 
Mullen Edward, grocer corner of Oak and Hay- 
scales wharf 
Mullen James, biscuit baker 442 n 3d 
Mullen Mrs. widow 279 s 5th 
Mullen Thomas, shoemaker 159 St. John 
Mullen Wm. shoemaker 14 0ak(S.) 
Mullenary Martha, widow, 14 Small ^ 

MuUikin aVIts. of Joseph, 91 Callowhill 
Mullin Mary, widow 13th near Cedar 
Mullison John, bricklayer 63 Tammany 
Mullock L. widow 13 Sterling alley 
MoUowny John, Washington pottery ware house 
High near Sch. 6th [^see Molony 

Mumford Sarah, mantua maker 150 s. 5th 
Mummer Ludwick, weaver 145 Coats 
Muncas William, coachtrimmer, 21 St. Mary 
Mundhenk Daniel, file maker 423 n 3d 
Mungan Austin, Cedar near Broad 
Munier Nicholas, grocer 203 Spruce 
Munns Lyndsey, grocer corner of Swanson ancf- 
Christian 

Ddd 2 



MUN MUR 

Muntag Henry, baker 429 n 3cl 
Murdockand Duffield, merchants 99 s Fronir 
Murdock & Howoith, bookbinders, 33 Bread st. 
Murdock John, per iumer 57 Walnut 
Murdock John, smith Marbleborou^h near Bedford 
Murdock Robert, merchant 53 Lombard 
Murdock Thomas, bookbinder 33 Sread st. 
Mordock Wm. flour merchant 86 High 
Murphy Alexander, accomptant Fearis* court 
Murphy Charles, shipwright Marlborough near- 
Bedford 
Murphy Cornelius, shoemaker 38 Vine 
Murphy David, mariner 13 Caliowhill 
Ivlurphy ■widow of Ezekiel 41 High 
?>Iurphy James, tobacconist High west Sch. Sth 
rvlurphy Jas. labourer New Prison Arch 
Murphy James, cabinetmaker 135 s 2d 
Murphy John, labourer 34 Coats 
^•lurphy John, millstonemaker Weaver's alley 
■Murphy John, accomptant^ Margaretta 
Murphy John, labourer Quince alley 
' Mur/ihy Joseph, carter 216 Coats 
Murphy Malcolm, smith Davison's alley 
^Murphy Miss L. shopkeeper 88 n 4th 
■Murphy Mrs. of James, back 57 s Water 
Murphy Robert, boot and shoemaker 95 n 3d 
Murphy Robert, shipv.'right 27 Beck's alley 
Murphy Wm. labou rer Queen near Bishop 
Murray . . « , painter &c. 166 s 5th 
Murray Cowmoofore Alexander, 12 Prone 
Vliirray, Draper, Fairman & Co. Bank bill engra- 
vers Sansom above 8th 
Murray George, engraver 220 Pine & 47 Sansom : 
Aiiirray George, grocer 246 s 2d 
Murray Isaac shoemaker 33 Chesnut 
Murray Isaac, shoemaker 8th abovid^^ButtonvfOod 
Murray Jam€a, grocer 82 German 
Murray James, labourer Vine near Ilth 
Murray James, accomptant 22 Branch 
Murray James, W. attorney at law, 72 s 2d 
Murray John, shoenjakpr 514 s 2d 
Murray John, oak cooper ^"^^ P"^'6 ^ 304 i Wftter* 



MUR M\T. 

Murray John, labourer Taylor's alley 

iVIurray Joseph, bootmaker, 23 Chesnut 

Murray Martha, widow 122 Swaasxjn 

Murray Mary, 135 s 2d 

Murray Michael, taylor 19 Noble 

Murray & Peltz, grocer 246 s 2d 

Murray Rebecca, widow glovemaker, back 56T s 5th 

Murray Robert C. lastmaker 40 Strawberry 

i Murray Samuel, master sweep 56 Small 

Murray Wm. typefounder Clifton st. 

Murrell Hugh, carpenter 146 Cherry 

Murvine Andrew, cooper, Vineyard 

Murvinc Ferdinand, ladies* shoemaker 427 s 2d 

Muschcrt Catharine, widow 225 St. Johii 

Muschert George, sailmakei' Vine st. wharf 

Musgrave Aaron, accomptant 168 s 4th 

Musgrave James, late goldsmith 74 Spruce 

Musgrave Joseph P. merchant 198 Spruce 

Musgrave widow of Joseph, storekeeper 352 n 2cl 

Musgrave and Yeats, merchants 251 High 

Mushel Eli'zabeth,widow 22 Appletree alley 

Musser Henry, saddle, trunk and harness maker 

295 1-2 High 
Musser John» inspector of customs 146 Race 
Musser Mrs. boarding house 258 High 
Musser Wm. merchant 263 H igh 
Mussina Zachariah, shopkeeper 93 Race 
Mustin George, tax collector 181 n 2d 
Mustin John, storekeeper 181 n 2d 
Mybert E. widow 9 Tammany street 
Myer Isaap, sign painter 1 1 1 Chesnut 
Myer Jacob, labourer Pleasant st. 
Myers Anthony, merchant 22 n 3d [see Mayer- 

ATeijer, Mahery Meres. Mearsy and Meer, 
Myers Catharine, widow, Reed's alley & 300 Race 
Myers Catharine, widow Hudson's lane near ^h 
Myers Daniel, cabinetmaker :>36 Sassafras 
Myers Elizabeth B. storekeeper 14 s 2d 
Myers Gadlip, baker 46 Vine 
^lye^s George, smith Swede's alley 
Myers George, taylor Buttonwood near 6th 
Myers George, drayman 4th near George 



MYE MYS 

Myers George, mariner 16 Swanson 

Myers Hannah, doctress 495 n 3d 

Myers Henry, sugar boiler 1252 Sassafras 

Myers Henry, jun. storekeeper 133 n Sd 

Myers Henryy gentleman 133 n 3d 

Myers Jacob, flour merchant 437 High 

Myers John, joiner 141 n 5th ' 

Myers widow of John, potter 1 1th above Arch 

Myers John, merchant Walnut st. wharf dwelling' 

Spruce near 4th 
Myers John, mariner 22 Little Water 
Myers John, victualler, 269 Callowhill 
Myers John, flour merchant 427 High 
Myers John, carpenter 205 Lombard near Tih 
Myers John, sea captain 15 Christian 
Myers John jr. victualler back 293 Callowhill 
Myers John & Jacob, flour merchants 427 High 
Myers John, cake baker 32 Strawberry 
Myers John, paper hanger Randall's court 
Myers Mrs. of Henry, Miller's court 
Myers Mrs. widow of L. 32 Christain 
Myers Micliael, tavernkeeper 205 n Water 
Myers Nicholas, dyer 284 n 2d 
Myers Peter, tobacconist Buttonwood near 8th- 
Myers Philip, grocer 4th near George 
Myers Thomas, accountant 133 n 3d 
Myers widow of Henry, Laurence st. 
Myers Wm. tallow chandler Vine below 8th 
Myers Wm. rigger 212 St. John 
Myers Wm. smith Catharine & 190 Swanson 
Myland S. tobacconist 26 Sassafras alley [^see May- 
Mynich Jacob, painter 8 1 n 5th land 

My rick Jethro, sea captain 158 Cherry 
Myring Jos. glass and seal cutter 45 n 3d 
Myring Mrs. boarding house 45 n 3d 
Myrre Ann, grocer corner 2d & Queen 
Myrtle Jacob, carpenter 4th above Brown 
Myitetus widow of Christopher, t£iylop43 Christiai:i< 
Myscndhcnder— r, goldsmith &c. 367 n 2d. 



>^AC NEA 

Nace Jacob, nailer 92 Browne [ece J^iire^ 

Nagel Charles, hairdresser 371 Mulberry 
Nagel George & Co. storekeepers 215 n 3d 
Nagel Samuel, bookbinder 3 Little Pine 
Nagel Michael, grocer 8c boardinghouse 75 s WSter 
Nagel Joseph, corner George and Sch. 8th 
Naglee Benjamin, lumber merchant 446 n 2(1 
Naglce Catharine, shopkeeper 14 n 6th 
Naglee James, shoemaker Federal above 2d 
Naglce John, lumber m«rchant 529 n Front 
Naglee John 5c Benjamin, lunlberyard corner 

Browne and Oak 
Naglee Wm. shipwright Moyamensing road nfeaj* 

Prime [^see J\,''egl€ij 

Nailer John, carter Oak (n. l.) 
Nansteal Andrew, victualler Laurence 
Napier Alex, stonecutter Joint alley and s. w. corner 

Centre square 
Napier David, weaver corner Mcrritt's lane & 5th 
Napier widow of Thomas, propinetor of Fisher's or 

Napier's pills Relief 
Napier Wm. printer Merrltt's lane near 5th 
Napp John, shoemaker 416 n Front 
Nartigvie Madame, 147 Pine 

Narud Francisco, gardener Hudson's lane cor. bth 
Nash Sarah, widow 12 Kunckel 
Nassau Michael, tobacconist 70 Green 
Nassau Wm. tobacconist 77 High 
Nathans Isaiah, storekeeper 25 6 n 2d 
Nathans Moses, merchant 53 n 3d 
Matt Thomas, carver and gilder 76 Chesnr.t 
Nayle John, oak cooper 1 16 
Naylor Joseph, accountant 29 Green 
Naylor Samuel, shipwriglvt 52 Artillery lane 
Naylor James, carter 1 16 Budd 
Naylor Thomas, drayman 1 1 6 Budd 
Nazden John, copperplate printer 91 n Water 
Neale Elizabeth, corner Coats 8c St. John 
Neally John, labourer Say st. 
Neastkey John, S. shoemaker 1 6 Vernon 
Neath Jas, rigger 31 German 
Neavc Mary, widow I Brewer's alley 



NED NEW 

Xedi-as Louisa, seamstress 70 Almond 

NefF Jacob, tailor 128 St. John 

Neff Rudolph, grocer 281 Vine corner 8th 

Neff Wm. hatter 1 18 n 2d - 

Negley Wm. pilot Little*^ court [^see Xaglea 

Negus John, inn & ferry keeper Market st. wharf 

south side 
Neill Moses, carpenter 181 St. John 
Neil Sam. carter corner Cherry & 1 2th 
Neill H.M. D. 266 s 2d 
Neill Hurley, merchants 154 High ^ 
NeiULewis,mercliant 154 High 
Neilson Noble Caldwell, 208 s 4th 
Neilson Susan, teacher Lawrence 
Neisler George, shoemaker back 20 Spruced 
Neitt Joseph, jeweller 81 n 5d 
Nell Casper Vict. 482 n Sd 
Nelson Andrew, inspector of pqwder magazine 

(neck) \jiee KUhon 

Nelson Andrew, weaver at Alms house 
Nelson Charles, drayman Wood above 8th 
Nelson Capt. John,D. 281 s Front & 134n Front 
Nelson Mrs. nurse 24 Elizabeth 
t J^ehon Ralph, waiter 222 s Tth 
Nelson Thomas, yeoman Wood corner West 
Nelson Wm. labourer above 543 n 3d 
Nelson Wm. mariner 24 St. Mary 
^Kelson Wm. waiter 7 1 Pine 
Nesbit Thomas, printer 2d below Federal 
Nesbit Thomas, stonecutter Scott*s alley 
Nesbitt AVm. storekeeper 416 s Front 
Neth Catharine, widow 13 Springet alley 
Neveil Jolm, diaper weaver 548 n 3d 
Nevcling Daniel, carpenter Viemia 
Nevins Samuel k Jas. £c Co. exchange office, n.\\\ 

corner Chesnut and 4th 
Nevling Catharine, widow 14 Kunckel 
Newbird John, basketmaker High corner Sch. 4th 
Newbold Calebs merchant 33 s Front & 148 Chcs*t 
Newbold Samuel, 180 s Front 
Newbold Thomas, gentleman 269 Chesnut 
Newbold Wm. merchant 5 York buildings 



NEW N£2 

Xe\rccmb, Bayse, jr. attorney at law 124 Walnut 

Newell James, taylor 80 BrowfiC 

Newell John 91 n Water 

Newell Samuel, victualler Hamilton village 

Newell "widow of Nicholas, 442 s Front 

Newell Wm. grocer corner Water and High 

Newhousc Jacob R. hairdresser 175 n 3d 

Newkirk E. milliner 15 n Front 

Newkirk Garrett, storekeeper 21 n Front dwellinj^" 

32 Mulberry 
Newkirk 8c Worth merchants 21 n Front 
Newlin John, carpenter 54 s lOth 
Newlin Thomas, boarding house 92 s Front 
Newlin widow of Wm. oak cooper Little Dock 
t .Yetfrnan G. oysterman 196 Cedar 
Newman Charlotte, 21 Crab 
Newman Daniel, hatter & grocer 273 Vine ^ecc 

JVorvian 
Newman Jacob, accountant 39 Wood (N. L.) 
New man Mrs. of John, shoemaker Chnstian n. 4th 
Newman John, grocer 6 s Water 
Newman John, E. grocer 312 n 3d 
Newman John, mariner back 57 s Water 
Newman John, shoestore 66 High 
Newman J. B. merchant 22 Columbia Avenue 
Newman Mrs. of George old York R. near Noble 
Newman Thomas, broker 74 s 3d 
Newnam Daniel, grain measurer 
Ntrwnam Eli, plaisterer Currant alley above Locust 
Newport Benjamin, wheelwright &c corner Tam- 
many & 3d 138 St. John 8c 322 n 3d 
t J^eiv/iort John, sailmaker 246 Lombard 
Newsham Ricliard, pattern maker for castings in 

iron, Asheton near Spruce 
Newton Giles, liquor store 33 Dock 
Newton Hannah, rwantumaker 8 Elfrith's alley 
Newton Harriott, seamstress 97 Shippen 
Newton widow of George, corner 8th Sc Callowhill 
Newton John, calicoprinter Mai'iborough near 

Queen 
Newton Thomas, cork cutter 90 s 5th 
Nezmos John, H. mariner 28 Ai*eryle 



^NIC NIP 

Nice 1-'. shoemakef 302 n 2d [«ee JS/'ace 

Nice Jacob, innkeeper 19 s 7th 
Nice James, & Washington, coopers and gaugers 20 

Brewer's alley ^nd 203 n 3d 
Nice James, boot & shoemaker High E»of Sch. 9th 
Nice John, South alley 
Nice Thomas, shoemaker 493 s Front 
Nichols Enoch, taylor 47 Callowhill 
Nichols James, mariner 17 Passyunk 
Nicholas Jeremiah, grocer 358 s 2d 
Nicholls Margaret, widow 85 Penn 
Nicholas Mary, gentlewoman 12th below High 
Nicholson John, mariner, Britton*s alley 
Nicholson Joshua, merchant taylor 20 Arch 
Nicholson L. lumber merchant 326 High 
Nicholson Mary, seamstress 248 s 5th 
Nicholson, Miller & Co. merchant s23 n Front 
Micholson Samuel, shopkeer 18 Springet alley 
Nicholas Sarah, shopkeeper 20 Strawberry 
Nicholson Sarah, upholsterer 13 Keys*s alley 
Nicholson Wm. teacher 177 Cedar 
Nicholson Wm. jr. merchant 23 n Front 
Nickels Wm. grocer corner High and Sch. 3d 
Nickle John, labourer Spruce above 10th 
Nicklin Philip H. bookseller See. N. W. corner 

Chesnut and 6th 
Nicklin widow of Philip, merchant 107 s 4th 
Nicoll James A. baker Juniper lane 
Nicholas Lewis, upholster, corner Chesrtut & 5th 
Nicolet G. widow storekeeper 225 s 2d 
Nicollas Peter, grocer 2 s 4th & 107 Cherry 
Nidda Frederic K. merchant 28 n 3d 
Niebuhr Christopher, baker Germantown road near 

Second 
Nietscake;_John S. shoemaker 4 Vernon 
Nigela Henry, farmer 2d above Germabtown road 
Nightingale widow of Isaac, taylor 11 Gray's alley. 
Nilcs William, shoemaker 95 Mulberry [s-ce Kniles 
Ninum Catharine, widow 10th below Race 
Nippes J. Abraham, gunsmith 449 n 3d 8c 262 St 

John 
Nippes Wm. gunsmith; 263 St. John 



Nisbct Ann, widow 1 5 Powell rfcr ^ //eBbti 

Nisbet and Hart, storekeepers 112n 3d cor. RacV 

Nisbet John, carpenter and grazier 96 Sassafi^sr* 

Nisbet Michael; storekeeper 86 Race 

Nisbet Robert, tay lor 36 St. Mary 

Nisser Jacob, potter 84 Race 

Nixon Alexander, coachmaker 22 Smffh 

Nixon Edward, carter 99 n 9th 

Nixon Henry, merchant 93 s Wharves 

^ Nixon James, oysterman 128 Chesnut 

t AVjTon John, carpenter 189 Shippen 

Nixon Robert, tanner Laurel near Budd 

fA^xon Silus, mariner 58 Coats 

Nixon and Walker, merchants 93 s Wharves 

Noble Lydia widow of Samuel 234 n 2d 

^JSTobli M. waiter back 70 Christian 

Noble Richard, late tanner 234 n 2d 

Noble Samuel, tanner 284 n 3d 

Noble Samuel, shoemaker 4th near Poplar lane 

Noble Wm. merchant High corner 1 3th 

Nobl'.t Abraham, bricklayer Juniper near Vine 

Noell Daniel swordmaker 302 n 3d 

Nolan Peter, labourer 290 s 4th 

Nolin Joseph, shingledresser 114 Callowhill 

^Kondi-u Michaei,hairdresser 185 Spruce Sc^ilbeft 

near 9th 
Noncd James, plaisterer, back 3 Blackberry alley 
Nones Benjamin, notary public 2 2 C he^nut 
Noney Benjamin, steward ,Emlen*s court 
Nonnater Peter, weaver Konnater's court 
Nonnater Peter P. & Chas H. 38 north lOth 
Nooney Margaret, widow 256 L( mbard 
Norbury Joseph B. attorney at law 8c conveyancer 

35 \Vood 
Norgrave widow of Nathaniel, m. d. corner Juni- 
per and High 
Norman Joseph, grocer 5th and Sassafaas 
Norman Joseph, shoemaker 391 n 2d [jtec JVcxvTmi% 
Norman Sarah, storekeeper 85 Mulberry 
N orris Catharine, huckster, back 6J High 
Norris Eliz. mantuamaker Hanover near Qucttl 
Norrig Isaac, hatter 32 & 40 n Front 
fc e e 



NOR— —NUN 

Norrifi Isaac W. shipchandler, store corner Vine 

and Water, dwelling 27 Keys' alley 
Norris James, carpenter, 382 n Front 
Norris Joseph, shipwright Beach near Warren 
Norris Joseph, shipwright 1 57 n Front 
Norris Joesph P. gentleman 140 Chesnut 
NoiTis Samuel, shoemaker, 1 1 5 Green 
%Norris Samuel, labourer, 24 1 s 6th 
Norris Thomas, sea captain 72 Christian 
Norris Thomas, bricklayer 274 Mulberry 
Norris Thomas, shipwright Beach near Warren 
North Caleb, merchant 31 n Water Sc 19 Crown 
North John, stablekeeper Relief and 173 Cedar 
North widow of John, tavernkeeper Callowhill st. 

Wharf 
North Joseph, accountant 15 Juliana 
North Joseph, storekeeper 66 Race 
North Richard, stonecutter 53 Filbert & cor. 10th 
North Stephen, druggist & apothecary 65 High Sc 

1 n 6th 
North Thomas, late constable 153 Cherry 
North Wm. merchants i 1 s Front Sc 57 Almond 
Northrop Mrs. widow 136 Cedar ^ 

Norton Jane, nurse 9 Chancery lane i 

NortonlJohni smith 244 Sassafrass 
Norton" Mrs. widow taylores 265 n Front 
Norton Mrs. ofNathan, sea captain 73 New 
Norton Rebecca, taylores 9 Gray*s alley 
Norton widow of Thomas, Noble above 3d 
Norton Thomas, gentleman 9 Vine 
Norton Wm. L. printer and accomptant 190 Vine 
Norwood John L. grocer. High near 13th 
Nottingham Wm. merchant 57 Union 
Nout Aaron, tobacconist 64' Coats 
Novil John, hay huckster Old York road above Pop- 
lar lane ^ 
Nowlan Mary, widow 6 Prune 
Nowlan Morris, paper hanger 6 Prune 
Nowlan Thomas, storekeeper 36 s 3d 
Is^'ugent George, merchant 25 s 2d & 194 Mulberry 
Nugent Charles, labourer Sch. 4th near Spruce 
Nugent Wm. labourer Frankford road near Otter 
NHnainaker George, cedar cooper 49 Charlotte 



KUT O'HA 

Nutt Edmond, taylor 191 n Front 
Nutt John, taylor, 162 n Walter 



Oakfokd Charles, gvain Ecc. measurer 30 Lohr-^ 

bald 
Oakford Samuel, coalmeasurer 319 s 2fl 
Oakford Win. measurer of grain, kc. 312 s 2d 
Oakeley George, gentleman 20 Dock 
Oakcley Robert, merchant 22 Dock' 
Oakmaii Elizabeth, storekeeper 16 n 2d 
Oat George, accomptant, 5 Ann (N. L.) ■ 

Oat Jesse late coppersmith 76 Vine 
Oat Joseph, bookbinder 5 Clawges* court 
Oberbeck Henry, &egar maker Germantown road! 

above 3d 
0*Birn Elizabeth, widow Shriver's court 
0*Boyle Bernard, grocer. 158 s 6th 
O'Boyle & M'Gee, grocers, 158 s 6th 
O'Brey George, sniith 179 Cedar 
0*Br^cn Elizabeth, seamstress Schriverjs court 
O'Brien John, accountant corner Cedar and 5th 
O'Brien Lawrence, coachman 142 s 4th 
O'Brien Richard, enquire 59 s 7th 
O'Bryon Benjanun, tavernkeeper 122 s 6th 
O'Conner Christopher, sea captain 22 Argylc 
O'Conner Mrs. of Hugh, Walnut near Sch. 3d 
O'Connor M. taylor 2o2 Cedar 
O'Connor C. cordwainer 1 1th near Vin6 
O'Conway Matthias James, commissioned interpre- 
ter and teacher of the Spanish, French and 
English languages 73 s 4th 
O'Donnel Con. bottler 306 s 3d 
O'Donnei Henry, saddler back 125 Mulberry 
O'Donnel Mrs. of Isaac 1 Little Pine 
O'Donnell John, coachman Trusty's court 
O'Donnell widow of Duniel, Locust near ! otli 
O'Driscon Dennis, shoemaker Drinker's court 
O'Lliers Jus. N. W. con cr Spruce and 4th 
O'i'.UcrS James, jun. sea captain i 64 s 4th , 
O'Hara James, travelling stutioncr, bi Isticker, ven-, 
, due cryer & shipwatch, Rose alley near CoatJ* 



O'HA OHL 

0*Hara James, taylor, 4 Penn 

O'Hara John, brushmaker 162 s 3d 

O'Hara John, taylor 5 1 Arch 

O'Leary \Vm. grocer 107 n 2d 

0*MeiU Andrew, hatter M*Cullough*s coui't 

O'Neil Daniel, taylor 246 s 4th 

O'Neill Henry, merchant 153 High 

O'Neill Grace, widow 223 n 3d 

O'Neill Hugh C. merchant 153 High 

O'Neill Henry, stonecutter Lee's court 

O'Neill John, cordwainer 252 s 6th 

O'Neill John, brewer 101 Vine 

O'Neial John, taylor llth above Filbert 

O'Neill John, carpenter 103 Spruce 

O'Neill Mary, huckster Petticoat alley 

O'Neill Michael, labourer back 7 Bedford (M.) 

O'Neill Susannah, widow 82 Cedar 

O'SkuUion Francis, shoemaker Dean's alley 

Odenheimer Jacob, coach trimmer 1 82 Pine 

Odenheimer Jacob U. victualler 16 Locust 

Odenheimer John, baiter, 56 Plum 

Odenheimer Philip, late victualler ISO Sassafras 

Odlin Wooubriclge, merchant 38 s Wharves 

Offlev Ann, widow 178 s Front 

Offley Mrs. 144 Pine 

Ogden Abraham, bookbinder and bandboX makfer 

6 Blackhorse alley 
Ogdeu E. spinster Juniper above Mulberry 
Ogden Jesse, hardware store 168 n 2d 
Ogden John, carpenter 250 s 7th 
Ogden John M. carpenter 168 n 2d 
Ogden Michael, mate Thomson's court 
Ogden Robert, accountant 70 s 1 Ith 
Ogden Sarah, teacher 146 s 7th 
Ogden V/m. corder for the wharfs on SchuylkilJ 

70 s Uth' 
Ogilby Joseph, ship builder 56 Swanson 
^Ogitby Richard, woodsawyer back 1 8 Kunckel 
Ogle Howard, carpenter Currant alley near Spruc« 
Ogle Peter L. carpenter Currant alley near Spruce 
Ogle Tiiom.as, coachmaker 1 1 s 6th 
#hlsen Andrew, culler 354 n 3d 



OKI ORM 

•kic Abraham, merchant 67 High 

Okie Sc Brognard, merchants 67 High 

Oldden James, commission merchant 30 Vine 

Oldden James, jun. merchant 33 Chcsnut 

Oldenburgh Daniel, hatter 43 High 

Oldenburgh Martin, hairdesser s n Gth and Noti 

nater's court 
Oldfield David, carter 261 St. John 
Oldson William, mariiner 17 Cedar 
Oliphant Uziel, mariner 25 Pewterplatter alley 
Oliphant John, tailor, 80 n Water 
©livant H. Spruce near Sch. 2d 
Oliver Andrew, tavernkeeper 80 High 
Oliver John G. merchant 130 s 2d 
Oliver Reuben, taylor 196 s Front 
Oliver Thomas, sea captain 194 s Front 
Oliver Wm. boarding house 47 s Water 
Oliver Wm. merchant 56 Walnut 
Oliver ^m. jun. sea captain 15 Noble 
Oliver Wm. G. a^comptant i98 Sassrfras^ 
Olmstead Edward, printer 29 Cresson's alley 
Olmsted Wm. shoemaker 39 Locust 
Olmsted Moss, sea captain 197 s Fourth 
Olney Benj. B. sea capttiin back 402 n 2d 
Omensetter Frederick, biscuitbakcr, Loxley's coun 
Ondley Robert, waiter, 7th n Fitzwalter 
Oner Barbara, Broad near Vine 
OtHs Don Luis de, his Catholic majesty's envO)t 

extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary N. 

W. corner Ninth and Spruce 
Oppenheimer Emanuel, storekeeper, 178 n 2d 
Oram Wm. cabinet maker, 177 Coats [^see Ouram 
Orchard William, shoemaker, back 1 1 1 n 5th 
Ord George, ship chandler 99 south Wharves and 

352 s Front ^ 
Ord George & Co. ship chandlers 99 s Wharves- 
Ord John, nailor, back 37 New-Market 
Ord widow of George, ship chandler 354 3 Front 
Qrca Telesforo, merchant 252 n 3d 
Qrr Arthur founder Callowhill above 10th 
Qrmrod John,;clerk of Christ Church [see Armroy^ 
Q|rmbbcy Jfghn, baker i39 s lOth 



OF^R. .O VI 

Orr & Gardner, coachmakers 18 Columbia aventtd 

Orr James, plaisterer Hudson's lane n 7th 

Orr John, dealer 114 Plum 

Orr John, coachmaker 18 &c 32 Columbian avenue 

Orr Robert, coppersmith 237 s 5th 

Orr Rob. grocer corner Walnut and Juniper lane 

Orr Thomas, exchange broker 2 1 Walnut and gr<l^- 

cer 184 Pine 
Ore Thomas, watchmaker If Filbert 
Orrison Matthew, labourer, Kunckle 
Orrison Thomas, shoemaker back 47 Charlotte 
Orso John B.- accountant 197 Spruce 
Orum Davis, storekeeper 58 n 4th {^see Ouram 
Osborn Joseph, merchant 40 Dock 
Osborn Mrs. teacher 159 3 2d 
Osbourn Ebenezer, carpenter 80 Lombard 
Osborne Hannah, teacher 44 Union 
Osborn James, oyaterman 1 17 Callowhill 
Osbourn Jeremiah, 202 Cedar 
Osbourn Joseph, carpenter 41 Pine 
Osborune Nehemiah, mariner back 216 n Front 
Osterheit Frederick hog victualler Charles 
Oswald Eleazar, printer office 173 Pine 
Oswald 8c M'llvain, printers, office back 173 Pine 
Otis B. portrait painter 72 Chesnut 
Ott John, innkeeper (Camel) 140 n 2d 
Ott widow of David, gold and silver refiner 86 n 6tli 
Ottersides — , mariner 48 Penn 
Ottinger Christopher, carpenter 43 Plum 
Otto Jacob S. merchant 52 s Wharves & 171 Wd.h 

nut 
Otto John, frame maker 8 Charlotte 
Otto John C M. D. 139 Mulberry 
Otto Mary, widow 8 Callowhill . 
Otto Sc Slrawbridge, merchants 52 s Wharves 
Otway Nicholas, sea captain 24 Meade alley 
Ourartt Henry & Son, printing press manufactory 

corne^ of 6th and Prune \_see Orum 

Overman Williaia, 1 1 Pine 
Overn John, trunk maker Juniper above Race 
Oveiy John, silk dyer and scourer back 42 s 5th: 
OviDgton Mrs. miik w^jxian Cedar o^ar ^Nintk 



OWE — pa; 

Owen Griffith, clock and watch make enquire f^ 

Aich 
Owen Jane, shopkeeper 141 n Second. 
Owen Jesse, gold and silver refiner 487 n 3d 
Owen John, rule maker 100 Race 
Oweu John, teacher 133 Lombard 
Owen John, silversmith, &c. 23 i-2 n 2d*8c 44 ri 4th 
Owen MUry, %vidow, 28 Ann (N. L) 
Oweu Patrick, shopkeeper 217 n Second 
Owen Thomas, distiller 54 and 63 New 
Owen Thomas, jr. shoestore 264 High,dwelUng 175 

Cherry. 
Owen widow, tayloress Passyunk below Prime 
Owens Edward, saddler, Sec. 15 Bryan's alley 
Owens Edward, blacksmith 18 Bryan's alley 
Owens James, coachman 8 1 s 4tb below Union 
Owens James, carpenter 133 Spruce^ 
Owens John, mate 220 s 5th 
Owens Robert, tanner Rose (N. L.) 
Owens Joshua, tailor GrafF's alley • 
Owens Samuel, sea captain 16 Argylc 
Owens widow, cake baker 1 1 6 s 4th 
Owings Michael, tinsmith 61 German 
Owens Owler widow, James coi'ner of Charles 
Oxley Margaret, widow, cor. 6th and Poplar lane 
Oxley Wm. merchant 55 s Eleventh 
Oxner Peter, milkman Germ, road near 2d 
Oxx Frederick, labourer. Taper alley 
Ozeas Peter, inspector of customs 2.11 Mulben^ 



Page Jam£s, late corder 7 Vine 

Page James, H. 182 Spruce 

Page John, oysterman 72 Penn 

Page John, grocer 1 4 n Front 

Page Lewis, sea captain 219 Swanson 

Page Mrs, boarding house 30 Spruce 

Page Rachael, mantuawiaker 8c milliner 15 JWHafSt- 

Page Wm. merchant 3 1 Chesnut 

Pagot John P. merchant 66 Spruce 

^(f^Uhfis ^ Cay^oC; fiwcy s(ore 114 J^igk 



PAI ^PAL 

Pailhes Peter, 114 High 

Paine Ephriam, teacher 104 n 3d (^see PMyne nn4 

Fay erne 
Painter Adam, shoemaker 489 n Third 
Painter George, brassfounder 5 11 n Ihird 
Painter George caulker Marlborough near Beach 
Painter George, coppersmith 56 Duke (N. L.) 
Painter Isaac, baker 46 Green 
Painter Jacob, grocer corner 4th & Noble 
Painter John, carpenter Poplar near 3d 
Painter John, carpenter 4th above Tammany 
Painter Lemuel carpenter 1 17 German 
Painter Margaret, widow Hanover, and 4th near Po]>- 

larl ane 
Painter widow. Broad near Spruce 
Painter Nicholas, bricklayer 480 n Third 
Painter Philip, shoemaker 40 1 n 2d 
Painter widow of John, Rose 
Painter Mary, huckster 488 n 3d 
Painter N. shipwright Hanover 
Paleske Charles G. merchant, 212 s 3d 
Palethorp Rob*t commission merchant IZ Elfretlj*? 

alley 
Palm Henry, printer 238 s 3d 
\ Palmer Aaron, woodsawyer Lily alley 
Palmer Amos, distiller 223 n 2d 
Palmer Ann, boardinghouse back 86 s 3d 
Palmer Anthony A. druggist 47 8th above Arch 
Palmer Elizabeth, widow 117 Lombai'd 
Pah-ner Eliza, widow Button wood lane 
Palmer James, carpenter Frankford R. cor. Otter 
Palmer Jane, washerwoman back 300 s 3d 
Palmer John, shipwright Frankford R. nearQuetfh- 
PaLmer John, shipwright 46 Budd 
Palmer John B. treasurer & secretary of the Mu- 
tual Insurance Company for the insurance or 
houses from loss by fire 54 Walnut. 
Palmer Phoebe, mantuamaker 183 s7th 
Palmer Richard, justice of the peace e4^Shipp6» 
Palmer Richard, trader 145 n 2d 
^f aimey Richard, late baiter »6 «. 7tli 



PAL PAR 

Palmer Sarah, widow Frankford road near Otter 

Palmer Samuel, driH;fj;ist 74 Chesnut 

Palmer Thomas 8c George, printers, office n. w. 

► corner Locust and 8lli dwcllinj^, 2-5 Spruce 

Palmer Thomas druggist* Sec. corner Spruce 8c 5th 

Palmer Thomas, carpenter Lily alley 

Palmer Thomas mariner 4ll s Front 

Palmer widow of Thomas, Arch near Sch. 2d 

Palmer Thomas, shipwright Queen near Cherry 

Palmer Thomas, printer 64 n 7lh 

Palmer widow, 2d below Federal 

Palmer Wm. carpenter lOth, 4th door below^Chci- 

nut 
Palmer William ropemaker Rose st 
Pancoast Hannah, widow 129 s 3a 
Pancoast Samuel, jun. ironmonger 148 High 
Pancoast Wm. carpenter Currant alley near Walnpt 
Paple Thomas G. shoemaker 313 s 3d 
Pardee Joseph, teacher 64 Spruce 
Parent Ephriam, cabinet maker 25 n 6th 
Parham John, carpenter Walnut above 10th 
Parham Jos. lumber merchant Walnut near 9Ch 

dwelling. 80 s Ilth 
parham Jos. & Co. lumberyard Walnut near 1 0th 
Parham Robert, cabinetmaker 18 Keys' alley 
Paris Johnf gentleman, 6 Union [^see Parrrs 

Park Abraham, shallopman above 447 n Front 
Park, Samuel, merchant 183 High 
Park Samuel, accountant 254 Lombard 
Park Wm, hatter 22 Bread 

Parke Charles B. brassfounder Penn near Maiden 
Parke 8s: Fenton, cotton factors 38 Race 
Parke James P. bookseller and stationer 74 s 2d 
Parke Solomon, clock and watchmaker 146 n Fron-t 
Parke Thomas, m. d. 20 s 4th 
Parker Achilles, winemerchant V3 and 17 Norris'a 

alley 
Parker Alice & Hannah, milliners 21 n 3d 
Parker Andrew, tailor 35 Ann (N. L) 
Parker B. teastore 145 Spruce 
Parker Benjamin, cabinetmaker 258 Cedar 
Parker Q. labourer Shackamaxon 



PAR 

Parker Daniel, stablek^eper 11 s Sd and back 98 

Hitjh 
^Parker Edward, bookseller and stationer 178 High 
Parker Elisha, tailor 210 Mulberry 
Parker Esther boardingbouse 160 Race 
Parker George, ropemaker Shackamaxon 
Parker Isaac, seacaptain 27 Pine 
Parker Jacob, farmer, 2d below Federal* 
Parker James, carpenter 14 Knight's court 
Parker Mrs. of James, Vine net^ 12th 
Parker James, cotton and woollen manufacturer 

323 n 3d and dwelling 113 Green 
Parker John, grocer 217 Sassafras corner 6th 
Parker John, carpenter 57 Prime 
Parker James, mariner 22 Meade alley 
Parker Joseph, merchant 6th one door above Wood 
Parker Joseph, gentleman, 23 Coates* alley 
Parker Miss, 203 Mulberry 
Parker Nathaniel, 26 Vine 
Parker Sarah, Hudson's alley 
Parkjpr Richard, ^ Peel Hall) Ridge road 
Parker Sarah, 31 Green 

Parker Thomas, clock and watchmaker 1 3 s 3d 
Parker Thomas, carpenter 144 s 9th 
Parker Thomas, carter 263 Catharine 
Parker Thomas, carpenter and joiner 92 s 1 1th 
Parker Thomas, cotton and woollen manufacturei 

323 n 3d 
Parker T. J. S. tailor 30 Stamper's alley 
Parker Wm. cui rier 9 Pennsylvania avenue 
Parker Wm. C. carpenter 7tlv corner Bedford 
Parker Wm. mariner 133 n Water 
Parker Wm. oysterman 260 St. John 
Parkinson Murtin H. seacaptain Clover alley 
Parks Richard, carpenter Queen (S.) below 4th 
Parks Robert, weaver 82 Race 
'\Parks Susan, boardinghouse Barclay's alley 
Parman Sarah, widow 255 n 8th 
Parraentier Charles, accountant 17 n 12th 
Parmenticr N. k E. Fourcstier, distillers 180 Coats 
Parr John, tailor 1 Cherry 
Parris Gabriel, caleudercr 42 Mulberry 
Parrish David, gentleman 1 York buildings 



PAR PAT 

Parrish I. Iwitter ^lulberry court 

Panish Joseph, m. d, 109 Mulberry 

Panibh Robert A. plar.einaker 242 n 2d 

Panish Robert, late carpenter 86 s Front 

Parron Chfirles, tobaccoiiist 412 n ^d 

Parrous David, disiiiler above 323 CallowhiH 

^Farrott R. printer 228 s 7th 

Parry Isaac, plaisterer 104 St Johns [see Perry. 

Parry John J. ciock and watchmaker 287 High 

dwelling 43 Swanson 
Parry Thomas, storekeeper 187 n 2d 
Parrymore Joseph, saddler back 134 s 4th 
Parsons Abraham, shallopman Juniper near Locu^ 
Parsons John, 50 Almond 

Parsons Thomas, shallopmjHi, back 345 n Front 
Parsons, widow of Richard, 119 Swanson 
Parsons Wm. mariner Whitehall st 
Parienheimer Adam, baker 107 n 3d 
Parvin Pearson, teacher 25 n 5th 
iParvis lijaac, saw sharper back 258 s 7th 
Pascal John, seacaptain 24 s 10th 
Paschail Edward, tailor '22 Strawberry 
Paskill Jane, gentlewoman 107 Lombard 
Pass Martha, widow Smith*s court (Sch.) 
Passey Samuel, teacher 153 Vine 
Passmore Carieton, teacher 98 Sassafras 
Passmore Everatl G. teacher corner Vine and 4th 
Passmore 8c Speny, auctioneers and commission 

merchants 34 s Froht 
Passmore Thomas- auctioneer, he. 34 s Front 
Pastorius John, scacaptain 15 Murgaretta 
Patrick John, carpenter 250 s 2d 
Patrick Wm labourer Quince below Walnut 
Patrullo Nicholas, 63 Pme 
Patten John, trverukeeper 54 Swanson 
Patterson Abner, carter 440 n Froi.t [^see Peter^n 
Paitcrson Abraham, mariner Jones near Sch. Stfi 
Pulterso!) John, shipjolner Shackamaxon 
Pauerson Edward, seacaptain 3 Powell 
t7*c«vrer*^7; George, labourer back 18 Kunckel 
Pailerson George, mariner con, tr Christian and 3d 
Patterson Isaac innkeeper (Schuxlkill HoteJj Higjh 

near Permanent Bridge 



PAT — -PAU 

Patterson J. 8c G. Gerro, fancy chairmakers 79 

Browne 
Patterson Rev. James, teacher 142.and 205 s 5th 
Patterson James, drayman 4 Quarry 
Patterson John, grocer 64 n 4ih and corner Race 
Patterson John, printer Taper alley 
Patterson Jno. weaver Prime (Wharton's buildings) 
Patterson John b. Co. flour merchants s. w. corner 

12th and High 
Patterson John, flour merohant 58 Filbert 
Patterson Joseph, seacaptain 199 s 4th 
Patterson Joseph, cabinet maker 5 1 Tammany 
Patterson Mary, marituamaker 494 s'2d 
Patterson Matthew, carter 74 Plum 
Patterson Robert, vice-provost, professor of natural 
philosophy and mathematics, and president of 
the mint of the U. States, University of Penn- 
sylvania s 9th near Hiv^h 
Patterson Robert, carter Weaver's alley 
Patterson Stephen, merchuiit 2ol Spruce and 61 s 

Water 
Patterson T. blockmaker 7 Little Water & Vernon 
Patterzon B. flour and i^rocery store 393 High 
Patton Abraham, clock and watchmaker 44 High 
Patton Elizabeth, teacher 194 n 3d [^sce Patten 

Patton Mrs. of John, Buttonwood lane near 6th 
Patton John, taylor 4 Callowhill st Wharf 
Patton Margaret, widow 34 Brown 
Patton Mary, shopkeeper Spruce above 8th 
Patton Richard, carter Christain near 5th 
Patton Robert, postmaster 27 s 3d 
Patton Thomas, weaver Hazel alley 
Patton T. shopkeeper Moyamensing near Wharton 
Patton W. labourer Chesnut above 13tli 
Patton Wm. currier 17 Strawberry 
Patton Wm. accountant 65 Cedar 
Pattan Wm. drayman Merritt*s lane 
Patton Wm. printer corner Pine & 1 2th 
Patton Wm. queen'sware store 65 Cedar 
Paul David, carpenter 83 Christi; n 
Paul Abraham K. victualler 6th above mill dam 
Paul Come^ys, merchant 127 High and 33 n 5tii 



j>AU— PAV 

Paul David, carpenter 1 16 St. Johns 

Paul James, merchant 24 s. Wharves and 34 n. 5th 

Paul Jerem. teacher Friends* academy souih 4lh n, 

Chesnut 
Paul John, merchant 60 north Fourth 
Paul Joseph M. merchant 202 Mulberry 
Paul Mary, widow, 60 north Fourth 
Paul Mrs. boarding house 55 south Fifth 
Paul S. shoem-aker 212 south Fifth 
Paul widow of James, Sansom's alley cor. Noble 
Paul William, jun. sea captain 57 Green 
Paul Wm. sea captain 12 Green 
Paul William, carter 4 Fetter lane 
Paul and Williams, lumber merchants Callowhill 

above 6th 
Paul Wm. A. hatter 31 Elfiilh's alley 
Paulin Joel, tailor 85 north Water 
Paulus Adam, baker 26 south Fifth 
Pawling Jesse, blacksmith 3 Greenleaf court 
Paxson Ann, teacher 13 south Third 
Paxson Benjamin, accomptant 124 Cherry 
Paxson Charles, merchant 129 High &94 Arch 
Paxson & Evans, hardwcire merchants 10 s. 3d 
Paxson Isaac, ironmonger 10 south Third 
Paxson Joseph, carpenter, back 366 n Second 
Paxson James, ship carpenter Shackamaxon 
Paxson Joseph S. innkeept^r 130 north Second 
Paxson Samuel, hatter 96 High and 135 n. Fifth 
Paxson Timothy, merchant 65 north Water and 

1 58 north Front 
Paxson Wm. hardware nierchant 203 High 
Paxton John A. collector, author of the Alphabe- 
tical Plan of the City, and editor of the Pliila- 
delphia Directory, 81 Locust above' Eighth. 
The plan may be had of the author at the fol- 
lowing prices, viz. varnished and on rollers 
S 3 75 ; on canvas cut and folded in book 
S2 75 ; in sheets will, book g2 25 ; and the Di- 
rectory at Si 25. 
Paxton Sarah, widow of James, 8 1 Locust above Bxh 
Pay erne Francis, confectioner 83 n. 3d 
Payne Bcr'd, boarding house 306 south Front 

F ({ 



PAY PEA 

Payne John, manner 30 Carter's alley [see Paine 

Payne Wm. carpenter 214 south Third 

Payne Wm. grocer 484 north Second 

Payran Stephen, hatter 157 and 324 south Front 

[sfe Parratt 
t Payton James, coachman Green's court 
Peace Jane Ann, mantua maker 1 6 Crab [^see Pease 
Peace Joseph, gentleman 78 south Sixth 
Peacock Eber, carpenter 3 1 Charlotte 
Peacock Ralph, merchant Tenth near George 
Peake Edward, carpenter Queen near Frankford R. 
Peale Charles Wilson, proprietor of the Museum-, 

enquire at the Museum 
Peale James, portrait painter ISSansom 
Peale Raphael, portrait painter 24 Powell 
Peale Rembrandt, portrait painter corner Walnut 

and Swanwick streets above Sixth 
Peale Rubens, naturalist. Museum, State House 
I'ealer Esther, widow of Henry, Spafford street 
Pealer Tobias, labourer 276 St John 
t Pearce Andrew, ostler 18 Elizabeth 
t Pearce Charles, labourer 212 Cedar 
Pearce Elizabeth, t«acher 140 Locust 
Pearce George, mariner 203 south Front 
Pearce John, painter, &c. S. E. corner Walnut and 

Water \_see Pcirce and Piene 

Pearce John, combmaker 72 Brown 
Pearce Joseph, shipwriglit Federal above Front 
Pearce Moses, carpenter 3 1 4 north Second 
P«arce Robert, painter, 8cc. 249 south Front 
Pearce widow of George, HuddelPs alley 
Pearce Thomns, perfumer 133 Arch 
Pearce William, labourer Sheaff's alley 
Pearcy William, baker 20 south Water 
Pearson Daniel, cordvvainer corner High and 6th 
Pearson David, skindresser 282 north Eighth 
Pearson Elizabeth, seamstress 41 1 Rpce 
Pearson George, carpenter 399 sputh Second 
Pearson Isaac, jun. hatter 120 High [see Pier son 
Pearson Isaac, bookseller Sc stationer 109 High 
Pearson James, labourer Lombard near sch. 2d 
Fearson James, city surveyor 17 north Seventh 



PEA PEI 

Pearson James, gentleman 30 i Mulberr v 

Pearson P. and S. storekeepers 104 north Seventh - 

Pearson Silas, tanner, &c. Sarah street 

Pearson Thomas, saddler, &c. 138 High 

Pearwey Abraham, whitesmith Raspberry alley 

Pease Margaret, widow 1 8 1 Walnut [see Pedtc 

Pechin John, collector of taxes 3 Elfreth*s alley 

Pechin widow, 12 Elfreth's alley 

Pecholier Madame, widow, 164 Pine 

Peck Daniel L. teacher, back 54 north Third 

Peck Israel M. mariner 125 north Water 

Peck Jeremiah, boarding house 133 north Water 

Peck Lewis, tanner 69 Budd 

Peck Thomas, shipwright Brusstar's court 

Peckworth rev. John P. ladies shoe store 139 s. 2d 

Peddel widow, nurse 270 south Front 

Peddle J. oak cooper 212 s. Water & 213 s. Front 

Peddle Wm. A. oak cooper 63 north Water and 

U Elfreth's alley 
Peddle widow of George, 9 Elfreth's alley 
Pcdersen P. his Danish majesty's charge d'affaires 

and consul general's, e. corner Filbert & 9th 
Pedrick Hope, mariner Merritt*s lane n. 5ih 
Pedrick Isaac, labourer Carpenter (S ) n. 4th 
Pedrick John, shoemaker 257 Callowhill 
Pedrick Samuel, blacksmith 12 Christian 
Peel Jacob, labourer 88 north 6th 
Peitfer Christian, grocer corner Germaritown road 
and 2d l^eePfeifftr 

Peiffer Jolui, smith Beach near Marlborough 
Peiflfer Margaret widow 4th above Poplar lane 
Peiree Caleb, ironmonger 81 High and 15 Church 
alley [ser Pearce 

Peirce Isaac, bookseller 3 s. 4th, dwelling 72 Lom- 
bard 
Peirce and Emlen, hardware merchants 135 High 
Peirce Jacob, teacheN72 Lombard 
Peirce Joshua, ironmo»;er 135 High & 27 Filbert 
Peirce Thomas, teachttf72 Lombard 
Peirsol J. & C. Schaffeip sugar refiners 88 n. 2d 
Peirsol Jeremiah, suggypTrefiner 67 Vine St 88 n. 3d 
Peirsol Wm. ironmoi%?r 67 north 3d 



PEL— PER 

Peirson James, merchant 30 1 Mulberry 
Pele James, blockmaker, back 444 south Frtnt 
Pelham Wm. Union Circulating Library 20 1 Ches- 

nut 
Pelissier V. professor of music 46 south Fifth 
Pelters Evan, bricklayer 1 53 Cherry 
Peltz Philip, farmer. Buck near Passyunk road 
Peltz Wm. grocer 246 south Second 
Pember Charles, labourer Kunckel near Callowhill 
Pember Christian, shoemaker 5 Kunckel 
Pember widow of Edward, 9 1 Passyunk 
Pemberton John, gentleman 8 south Tenth 
Pemberton Philadelphia, shopkeeper 6 1 n. Third 
Pemberton Sarah, spinster 223 Spruce 
Penington Edw. sugar refiner 155 and 159 Race 
Penington widow of John, cor. Race and sch. 7th 
Penington William, labourer Bedford 
Pennington Martha, widow 41 Filbert 
Penliff Mrs. washerwoman Fitz waiter above Sixth 
Penn Abraham, shipjoiner 75 Queen 
Pennell Joseph, carpenter Raspberry alley 
Pennick Robert, innkeeper 1 1 8 north Third 
Pennock Abraham L. merchant 36 north Third 
Pennock Horatio B. merchant 20 north Eighth 
Pennock and Robbins, merchants 36 north Third 
Penot Francis and Son, cordwainers 22 s. Fourth 
Penrose Charles, gentleman 93 Penn 
Pentose Joseph, carpenter 230 south Third and 

Sixth near Lombard 
Penrose Mrs. of Jonathan, 17 Queen 
Penrose Sophia, widow, shopkeeper 165 Cedar 
Penrose Thomas, late shipbuilder 93 Penn 
Penrose William, merchant 1 Almond cor. Swanson 
Penry Walter, waiter 208 High 
Penston James, cordwainer 10 St. Mary 
Penton R. drayman 105 Budd 
Peoples John, calicoprinter 504 north Second 
Pepper George, brewer corner Minor and Fifih 
Pepper Jos. 8 Pennsylvania avenue 
Pepper Michael, mariner next 6 South aUey 
Percival Joshua; t»erchant 150 Pine 



PER PET 

Peres Peter, m. d. 133 Vine 
Pereyra Joseph, tapermaker 33 Coates' uiiey 
Perit John \V. nnerchant 40 Dock ^see Perot 

Perit and Osborn, merchants 40 Dock 
Perkenpine David, skindresser, 8cc. Third near Ger- 
mantown road [^ee Pur. 

Perkenpine Mrs. of David, Fourth above Callowhiil 
Perkin John, shoemaker back 481 north Third 
Perkin John, m. d. 159 north ijecond 
Perkins Benj. labourer Frankford R. n. Queen 
Perkins Henry, smith 69 north Sixth 
Perkins H. wheelwright Frankford R. n. Queen 
Perkins Jacob, brickmakcr cor. Filbert & Eleventh 
Perkins Mary, widow 448 north Second 
Perkins Mrs. Cresson's alley 
Perkins widow of James, 106 north Eleventh 
Perle Jas. grocer cor. Oak Sc Noble £c iSl n. Front 
Perlee Abraljam, m. d. 159 north Third 
Perony Charles G. fencing-mabttr 8 south Sixth 
Perot Elliston and John, merchants 41 north Water 
Perot Elllston, merchant 299 Hii^h [see J^erio 

Perot Joiin, merchant 297 High 
Perpignan P-eter, goldsmith, Sec. 41 Coates alley 
Perrey Samuel, boardinghouse 86 Swanson 
^errotteau B. sea captain 95 High 
Perry Charles, mariner 120 Swanson 
P^irshouse John, merchant 12th near Chesnut 
Pesoi widow of Isaac, merchant 37 north Fourth 
Peterman Geo. flour merchant 106 Filbert 
Peterman Geo. and Jacob, flour merchants 389 High 
Peterman Jacob, flour merchant 1 1 n. Twelfth 

Peters , silversmith 340 Race 

Peters Barbary, widow 1 Elbow lane 
Peters Charles, taylor 251 St. John 
Peters Christian, coachman 50 north Fifth 
Peters Elizcibeth, 83 south Front 
Peters Evan, bricklayer 8 Pear 
Peters Geo. accomptant 1 1 Sterling alley 
Peters James, teacher c orner Fifth and Vine 
Peiers James S. teacher 73 north Fihh 
i^eters John, beefstake and oysterhouse 20 High & 
tayern 251 Sit, John 



PET PHE 

Peters John, caulker 44 Christian 

Peters John, cook 289 south Fourth 

Peters Manuel, mariner 20 German 

Peters Mary, widow, Lombard street alley 

Peters Mary, widow 12 Wagner's alley 

Peters Nicholas, oysterman 188 Cherry 

Peters Rees, carpenter ISO St. John 

Peters Richard, judge of the district court of the 

United States, Belmont 
Peters Richard, jun. attorney at law 85 Walnut 
Peters widow of Thomas T. 205 Sassafras 
Peterson Aaron, labourer 39 Prime 
Peterson B. shipwright 12 Margaretta {see Patterson 
t Peterson Charles, porter, Webb's alley 
Peterson George, grocer 3 s. Third & 94 n. 5th 
Peterson Henry, grocer 291 High 
Peterson Henry, jun. grocer S.E. cor. Arch and 5^h 
t Peterson Henry, labourer Juniper alley 
I Peterson Jacob, hairdresser 76 Spruce 
Peterson John, porter 2 Hopkins' court 
f Peterson Nathan, woodsawyer Webb's alley 
Peterson Peter, shipwright Prime above Second 
Peterson Thomas, shallopman 261 north Front 
yetherbridge John, shipwright Swede's alley 
Petit Andrew, aWerman, 69 s. 6th, office 12 s. 4th 
Petraye John, merchant 35 Pine 
Pettibone Daniel, edge tool, &c. maker, 32 n. 8th 
Pettit George, shallopman 5 Summers* court 
Pettit Hester, nurse 74 New 
Fettit Nicholas, taylor 40 Race 
Pettit Jonathan, bricklayer 92 Crowd 
Pettit widow of Anthony, 72 Green 
Peusch Jacob, labourer 5 1 north Sixth 
Peychiers E. widow, 91s. Fourth near Pine 
Peyrusse Arnaiid, taylor 156 south Fourth 
PfafT George, printer 6 Branch 
Pfeiffer widow of George, 235 north Second 
Pfeiffer Mrs. widow. Fourth near Poplar lane 

{see Peijftfr^ Pifcr, iP" Pifitt 
Pfile John, cabinetmaker 51 Green \sec File 

Pilaume Francis, baker 346 north Front 
Pheil David, silverplater 62 Tammany 



>>HE PHi 

Phelps Elijah, Filbert above Eleventh 
Phelps Othniel, shoemaker 20 Browne 
Phile John, collector 157 Mulberry 
Phile Mary, widow, Fourth above Browne 
Philler Andrew, bootmaker, S;c. 156 south Front 
Phillcr Andrew, jun. boot and shoemaker 271 s. 2d 
Phillips Aaron I. druggist, &c. 190 Callowhill 
Phillips Benjamin I. merchant 18 Chesnut 
Phillips Benjamin, shipbuilder 25 Prime 
Phillips Ben. late storekeeper Aichn. sch. Front 
Phillips Edward P. viciualler, Moyamensing below 

Federal 
Phillips Henry, tinsmith 1 8 Fayette 
Phillips James, mate 160 north Water 
Phillips John, baker 5 Blackhorse alley 
Phillips John, labourer 97 Budd 
t Phillips John, barber 226 south Fifth 
Phillips widow of J. circulating library and book- 
seller 1 1 9 south Third 
Phillips E. washerwoman, Quince alley below Walnut 
Phillips Joseph, carter, corner sch. 8th and Say 
Phillips Jonathan, pumpmaker corner Beach and 

Maiden 
Phillips Levy, merchant 22 north Fourth 
Phillips Mary, widow 13 Tammany 
Phillips Matthew, labourer back 189 north Second 
Phillips Matthew, 155 north Sixth 
Phillips Mrs. of John, Christian near Fifih 
Phillips Miles, accomptant 88 south Third 
Phillips Peter, grocer 71 north Seventh 
Phillips Kebecca, widow of Joseph 41 north Fourth 
Phillips R. carter, sch. 8th above Race 
Philhps Sanmel, coachmaker Blackberry alley 
Phillips Thomas, shoemaker Green below Second 
Phillips widow of Henry, 107 south Fourth 
Phillips widow of John, 7 Pine 
Phillips William, merchant 200 south Front 
Philhps Wm, sea captain 42 Almond 
Phillips Wm. smith 133 Cherry 
Phillips Z. attorney at law 238 Spruce 
Phillipson Siftion, merchant 258 Mulberry 
Philses Alexandefi gentleman 1 1 north Eighth 



PHI PIN 

Phinney Saml. sea captain 236 n. Front 

[see Finney., Phynncy 
Phipps M.and S. shopkeepers 21 north Fourth 
Phipps Sarah, widow 30 Mary street (S.) 
Phynney \Vm. mate 307 s. Front 

[see Phinney^ Finney 
Physick Abigail, 65 New 

Physick Phil. S m. d. professor of surgery 1 14 Arch 
Picard Peter M. late porter 268 Lombard 
^ Pick^nds widow of Thomas, carpenter 3 Filbert 
Pickel Ann, widow 126 Cedar \jsee Pikel 

Pickering John, planemaker Kunckel near Green 
Pickering Thomas, carpenter 87 Coats 
Pickering Thomas, oysterman 30'i south Fourth 
Pickering William, taylor 53 Walnut 
Picquet Martin, merchant 205 High 
Pidgeon C. cabinetmaker 222 Lombard 
Pierce John, ropemaker 36 Christian [see Pearce 
Pierce and Robinson, ropemakers and shipchandlers 

Spruce street wharf 
pierie and Caner, coachmakers 12 south Seventh 
Pierie Charles, coachmaker 34 Sugar alley 
Pierie George W. printer 20 Greenleaf court 
Pierie James T. carver and gilder 68 Chesnut 
Pierie John, hairdresser and bleeder N.E. corner 

Walnut and Fourth 
Pierie Mary, vadow 20 Greenleaf court 
Pierie Wm. currier 20 Greenleaf court 
Pierpoint Robert, siikdresser 58 Dock n. Pear 
Piesch Abraham, merchant 115 north Water 
Piex Robert, shoemaker Christian near Fifth 
Pifer John, blacksmith Oak near Coats 
Pifer John, tavernkeeper 18 Vernon 
Pike Marinus Willett, gilder 41 north Sixth 
Pikel Casper, coach lampmaker 61 south Fifth 
Pile Wm. accomplant 13 Summer's court [see Pyle 
Pilmore Rev. Joseph, 171 south Fifth 
Pinchin widow of William, 326 Sassafras 
Pindleberry Wm mariner 70 Penn 
Pine Lazarus, shall vpman 78 Penn 
Pine Joseph, labourer back 5 10 north Front 
Pinkerman widow of Henry, bricklayer 155 Coats' 



PIN VlV 

Pinyard John, labourer back 216 norlh Front 
Piriyard Matthias, mate 270 south Front 
Piper Frederick, currier 370 north Second 

[.9<?e Pifer and Pftiffer 
Pister Mary, widow, Marlborough near Prince 
Pitcher R. millinery and fancy store 61 Mulberry 
Pitman Wm. T. plaisterer n. 3 Blackberry alley 
Pitner Aaron, sea captain 353 south Second 
Pittman widow of Ephraim, 46 Bread street 
t Plamore Charles, barber 24 Christian 
Plane Jacob, carpenter 4th above Browne 
Plank John, brewer Fourth above "V^ine 
Plank John, cooper 277 north Front 
Plankinhorne J. late flour insp<;ctor Fifth below 

Christian 
Piatt Samuel, shoemaker 9 Fayette 
Piatt Wm. tavernkeeper Germantown road n. 4th 
Pleas George, cooper 17 Green 
Pleas George, jun. cooper 175 St. John 
Pleasants Charles, merchant 114 Mulberry 
Pleasants Israel, president of the U. S. Insurance 

Company 281 Chesnut near Ninth 
Pleasants James, merchant 2 n. Ninth 
Pleasants Joseph, hardware merchant 267 High 
Pleasants widow of Samuel, 2 north Ninth 
Plecker Peter, cooper 271 north Second 
Pleis Mdtlhias, apothecary and druggist 451 n. 2d 
Plish Jonas, shoemaker 489 north Third 
Plocher John J. wheelwright 2 Maria 
Plowman Thomas L. (enquire) corner Little George 

and Seventh 
Plotts Charlotte, 259 south Seventh 
Plum Peter, ropemaker Federal above Second 
Plumb Anthony, yeoman Hudson's lane n. Eighth 
Plumb Joseph, shoemaker Hudson's lanen. 8t'h 
Plumley Absalom, ropemaker, Carpenter (S.) n. 5lh 
Plumley Mrs. of George, Christian near Fourth 
Pluncket James, copperplate printer 462 n. Third 
Plunket Mrs. of Alexander, 264 south Fifth 
Plunghi Lewis, coachmaker Orange street 
Plu right Wm. sea captain 125 s. 2d cor. Spruce 
Plush John, sugarbaker Garden street 

Ggg2 



POA— POP 

Poalk Robert, late auctioneer 4S north Fourth 
Poalk Solomon, bottler 86 n. 2d and 240 s Third 
Poincy Peter, goldsmith 266 north Second 
Point John, pumpmaker 32 Old York road and Rich- 
ardson's court 
Pointe James, goldsmith, &c. 17 south Second 
Poitevin Peter, jeweller 550 north Third 
Pole Edward, late auctioneer, innkeeper, Gray's fer- 
ry road opposite U. S. arsenal 
Pole Edward, jun. teacher, Gray's ferry road oppo- 
site U. S. arsenal 
Polick Hyim, dealer 72 north Fifth 
Polls widow of George, shoemaker 23 St« Mary 
PoUin Peter, bootmaker 46 south Third 
Pollock George, gentleman 172 Chesnut 
Pollock Jane, bonnelmaker 73 Arch 
Pollock John, stonecutter and marble mantle manu- 
factory. Fourth above Green 
Pomeroy David, grocer 1 2 1 Budd 
Pommer Charles, piano-forte maker 72 Race 
Pomroy Wm. L. shoemaker Fourth above Coats' 
Pomroy Wra. currier 3 Gray's alley 
Pond Samuel, watchman 282 Sassafras 
Pond widow of Tho, shallopman 1 1 Duke (N. L.) 
Pond & Wood, victualling, &c. cellar 425 n. 2d 
Pons John B. hatter 234 south Fifth 
Pool Edward, mariner 104 Filbert 
Pool Peter, hatter 27 Cr©sson*s alley 
pool Rebecca, widow of Wm. H. back 20 Kunckel 
Pool Wm. combmaker 4 Pennsylvania avenue 

Pool , combmaker 87 north bixth 

Poole John, ferryman M*Cullough*s court 

Poole Wm. tavern and ferry keeper High street 

wharf, north side 
Poor Martin, ostler 298 Vine 
Poore John, teacher 5 Appletree alley 
t Pope Dennis, labourer, back 186 south Fifth 
Pope Isaac, labourer, Little's court 
Pope Nathaniel, bricklayer 74 north Ninth 
Pope Thomas, architect, landscape gardener, & en- 
gineer. Library st. dwelling 7 n. 12th 
Pope Mrs. of Wra^ Rose alley (N. L.) 



POP POT 

Poppal George, victualler 8c innkeeper 178 Cedar 

Poppe Henry, tavernkeeper 154 Vin« 

t Porter Cyrus, coachman 159 Lombard 

Porter Daniel, oakcooper 49 south Water 

Porter Eliz. widow I Cresson's alley 

Porter James, grocer, corner Vine and Thirteenth 

t Porter Jacob. labourer 1 49 Browne 

Porter Jehu, sea captain 403 south Front 

Porter John, m. d. 165 Walnut 

Porter John and Son, brushxnakers 125 High and 

35 north Third 
Porter John, sen. brushmaker €9 Mulberry and 35 

north Third 
Porter Jonathan, tavernkeeper 76 north Water 
Porter Margaret, boardinghouse 225 n. Second 
t Porter Robert, labourer Lyndall's alley 
Porter Samuel, smith Prospect alley 
t Porter Samuel, carter Lombard above Ninth 
Porter W. R. taylor 1 10 south Second 
t Posey Samuel, sweep 95 Passyunk 
Posslcns Mary, boardinghouse 8 north Third 
Pote Henry, fisherman Queen near Bishop 
Pote M. widow, Wood near Queen 
Pote Peter, fisherman Queen near Bishop 
Pote Peter, jun. fisherman, Qucren near Bishop 
Poth Conrad, tallowchandler 178 St. John's 
Potier Thomas N, merchant 19 1 south Second 
Potter Joseph, wharf-builder 5 Kunckel street 
Potter Joseph, mariner Swede's alley 
Potter Richard C. merchant 4 north Third 
Potter Sam. 8c Wm. Page, merchants 3 1 ChesnuC 
Potter John, n>erchant 16 south Front 
Potter Wm. W. bookbinder 33 Carter's alley and 

83 Union 
t Potts Cyrus, coachdriver 157 Spruce 
Potts rev. Geo. C. pastor of the fourth Prcabytcria* 

church, 65 Locust above 8th 
Potts James, 254 Race 
Potts James, oak cooper 63 north Water 
Potts J. S. 8c W. A. Peddle, coopers and gau|;erft 

63 north Water 
Polls Margaret, atortkeeper 93 north Fourth 



POT POW 

Potts arid Matlack, shoestore 209 High 

Potts Nathan R. attorney at law 1 13 north Fifth 

Potts Nathaniel, merchant 5 north Water 

Polts Phineas, accountant SO Elfreth's alley 

Potts Samuel, accountant 17 Julianna 

Potts Samuel, gentleman 343 High 

Potts Stacy K. merchant 9 north Second 

Potts Stacy, jun shoe store 209 High 

Potts Susan, storekeeper 42 south Fourth 

Potts widow of Joseph, 102 Mulberry 

Pouble Peter, confectioner 141 south Second 

Poulson Ann, boarding house 210 south Seventh 

Poulson Charles A. printer 106 Chesnut 

Poulson George, bricklayer 313 south Seventh 

Poulson John, printer 106 Chesnut 

Poulson John, bricklayer 243 south Seventh 

Poulson Zachariah, publisher of the American Daily 

Advertiser 106 Chesnut 
Poultney Catharine, widow 3 Strawberry 
Poultney James, ironmonger corner Seventh and 

Spruce *- 

Poultney John^ balance weigher Walnut street wharf 

and 40 Union 
Pounder Jonathan, bookseller 352 north Third 
Poupon Auguste, jeweller 79 Race 
Powell Abraham, labourer Federal near Second 
Powell Andrew, grocer 69 Passyunk 
Powell Ann and Martha, tea store 1 5 south Third 
Powell Benj. labourer 163 Green 
Powell Benjamin, grocer 144 south Eighth 
Powell Davis, carpenter 229 Lombard 
Powell Elizabeth, gentlewoman 205^ Chesnut n. 7th 
Powell Geo. carpenter 8 Bedford (M) near 7th 
Powell John, painter, &c. 86 south Eleventh 
Powell John Hare, gentleman 108 south, J- ighth 
Powell John, labourer High west of Permanent 

Bridge 
Powell John, bricklayer 252 Lombard 
Powell Jos. carpenter 6 Knight's court & 99 Crown 
Powell and M'lntosh, grocers corner Callowhill and 

Washington 
Powell Peter, labourer corner Cedar and Bro»d 



?0U' PRE 

FoweH P» wheelwright Germantown R. n. Front 

Powell K. layer out of the dead Shepherd's court 

Powell Rhoda, widow 13 Mary (S.) 

Powell Samuel, carpenter Shackamaxon 

Powell Sarah, shopkeeper 43 Green 

Powell William, wheelwright Maiden 

Poweil William, lumber yard 375 High, dwelling 

101 north Seventh 
Powis James, painter, £cc. Patton's court 
Poylin Sarah, seamstress Kugler's court 
Poyner Francis, accompiant 32 Coates* alley 
Poyniell widow of William, 191 Spruce 
Prade John, gentleman 63 south Second 
Prady John, sea captain High near sch, 5lh 
Prager Mark, merchant 1 Little George cor. 6th 
Prahl Edward, chairmaker 64 north Fifth 
Prahl Samuel, blacksmith Rachel street 
Prahl widow of Lewis, Rachel street [see PrecU 
Pratt Henry, merchant 95 n. Water £c 1 12 n. Front 
Pratt James, tobacconist 128 Cedar 
Pratt John, cabinet maker 38 German 
Pratt J. D. merchant 95 n. Water 8c 298 n. Front 
Pratt Sc Kintzing, merchants 95 north Water 
Pratt Thomas, mariner back 64 Catharine 
Pratt Thomas, merchant 58 s. 1 1th £c 48 s. Wharves 
t Prattis David, woodsawyer Cherry above 1 1th 
Pray John, victualler 50 Charlotte 
Preall George, shoemaker 12 3 Plum \^s€e Prahl 
Preall widow of James, cooper 109 south Second 
Preall John, shoemaker 26 Oak (S.) 
Premir John B. grocer corner Lombard and Sixth 
Prentice Benj. stable keeper corner 8th & Locust 
Prentice Caleb, stable keeper corner Locust & 8th 
Prentice David, founder corner Washington and 

Callowhill 
Prentice 8c Summerville, founders Upper Ferry R« 
Prentzel Charles S. baker 100 north Seventh 
Preston John, painter, &c- 6 1 Union 
Preston John, shoemaker SpafTord street 
Preston Wm. jun. boat builder 51 Artillery lane 
Preston Wm. boat builder 51 Artillery lane 



Preswick Elizabeth, shopkeeper 1 59 Cedar 
Pretty man Eliz. nurse, back 362 south Second 
Prevost Andrew M. tobacconist 59 south Front, 

dwelling 74 Swanson 
Prevost Henry, merchant 74 Swanson 
JPrevost & Co. merchants 19 north 2d 
jPrevost L. and A. M. tobacconists 59 south Front 
PrevostLewis,jun. merchant 19 north Second 
Price Abijah, dep. keep, of prison 162 Cherry 
Price Chandler, merchant 96 south Front, counting 
house 41 Dock, east of 2d {^see £r€ish 

Price Elizabeth, widow 99 Pine 
Price E. lumber merchant High west of Perma- 
nent Bridge 
Price Fred*k, carpenter, back 297 Callowhill 
Price and Gaws, tanners, back 511 north Front 
Price George, printer corner Callowhill and Ridge 

and 313 Arch 
Price Jane, milliner 328 north 2d 
Price John, mariner 53 Queen (S.) 
Price John, carter Eleventh above Race 
Price John, medicine pulveriser 4 Cable lane 
Price John, 96 north Third 
Price John, rigger 194 south Water 
Price John M. merchant 8 Sansom 
Price Joseph, hatter 79 High 
Price Joseph, tanner 5 1 \ north Front 

Price Mary, widow, Shackamaxon 

Price Matthias, blackballmaker near 355 Callowhill 

Price Mrs. boarding house 28 north Eighth 

Price Philip, jun. clock and watchmaker 31 s. 4lh 

Price R. lumber merchant 196 south Fourth 

Price Rebecca and Sarah, 78 Crown 

Price Robert, accomptant Highw. of Centre Square 

Price Samuel, merchant 19 High 

Price Sarah, widow, 75 north Sixth 

Price Sarah, widow, shopkeeper 34 south Third 

Price Sarah, widow, Penn (K) 

Price Seth, dep. keep, of prison 13 Pfeiffer's alley 

Price widow of Jacob, \ 66 Swanson 

Price Wm pilot China street 

Prichett John, merchant 339 Spruce 



PR I^— PRY 

Pnchett Thomas, late cooper Eighth n. Cedav 
Prichett Thomas and John, flour merchants 4 1 s^ 

Water and 98 south Eighth 
Prichett widow, 239 Spruce 
Prichett William, currier 98 south Eighth 
Prichett William, carter 265 Catharine 
Prichett William, currier 127 Chesnut 
Prichett William, merchant 98 south Eighth 
Prichett William R. shipjoiner, dwelling and shop 

near corner of Beach and Penn 
Priest Emanuel, caulker 161 north Water 
priest Levi, combmaker 36 Passyunk 
Priest Thomas, labourer Rose alley (N. L.) 
Priestman William, merchant corner 9th and High 
Primer Jacob, carpenter 124 Shippen 
Primmer Adam, Ann street (V.) 
Primmer Margaret, widow, Passyunk n. Queen 
Primmer Mary, widow, back 66 south 5th 
Primrose John, saddler, &.c. 2 s. 7th and 14 n. 8th 
primrose Vailot, saddler, Sec. 308 High 
Prine Daniel, taylor 101 Cedar 
Pringle John, stone cutter Chesnut above Tenth 
Probasco Henry, justice of the peace 37 Coats' 
Probasco Martha, widow, Poplar below 2d 
Probst George, sugar baker 15 Shippen 
Promise Wm. jeweller 98 north Third 
Pronk John, m. d. 169 Pine 
Propert John, farmer Johnson's lane 
Proud Robert, gentleman 38 north Fifth 
Proudfit James, u. d. 123 south Second 
^roudfoot R. teacher Queen near Marlborough 
Proudlcr Margt. widow. Queen near Cherry 
Proved Hannah, widow. Weaver's alley 
Provenshere Peter, 183 south Fifth 
Prowitt Thomas, teacher 32 High 
Prudot L. upholsterer 75 south Front 
Pryor Edmond, druggist, &c. 373 north Front 
Pry or George, carpenter 160 south Ninth 
Pryor Josiah, currier 16i south Fifth 
Pryor Jos. grocer, 56 n. Water Sc 26 Elfreth's alley 
Pryor M. and M. gentlewomen 47 Union 
Pryor Norton, gentlennau 1 17 Mulberry 



PRY— -PYL 

Pryor Norton, jun. gentleman 47 Union 

Pryor Richard, hatter 4 north Front 

Pryor Tho. W. merchant 373 north Front 

Pudvin" James, grocer corner German and Fourth 

Pue Hugh, morocco dresser Walnut above Tenth 

Pugh Catharine, widow 55 Spruce 

Pugh Eli R.back 126 north Fifth 

Pugh Henry, enquire 72 south Eighth 

Pugh Jesse, cabinetmaker 64 north Eighth 

Pugh Jonathan, plasterer 6 Heyde's court 

Puglia Jas. Ph. sworn interpreter of foreign Ian- 

guages and health officer, 158 south Third 
Puley George, soapboiler Small alley 
Pullen Philip, typefounder Bonsai street 
Pullen R. treas. of New Theatre 132 s. Sixth 
Pulley Mrs. 2 Sterling alley 
PuUinger Collin, sea captain 247 south Front 
Pummeroy Elizabeth, nurse 368 north Third 
Purchey John, labourer Greenwich street 
Purdon John, shopkeeper and city commissioner 

122 south Front 
Purdon John, jun. attorney at law 191 Chesnut 
Purdy George, carpenter 321 Callowhill 
Purfil Mrs. of John, Queen near Frankford road 
Purgen Enos, labourer 375 south Front 
Purkenpine John, victualler 43 Budd [see Per. 

Purkenpine John, jun. victualler back 4S Budd 
t Purnel Fred'k, master sweep 27 Grissers alley 
Purnell Wm. m. d. 56 Walnut 
t Pursue Aaron, carter back 8 Coombs' alley 
Purves Alexander, merchant 22 south Second 
Purves Wm. mariner Elmslie's alley 
Purves Wm. hatter 19 Cresson's alley 
Pusey Wm. hatter 78 north Fourth 
Pybus John, shoemaker, wire coverer, and grocer 

S.E. corner Fifth and Vine 
Pyle Joseph, storekeeper 42 north Second 
Pyle Mrs. of Thomas, Goddavd's alley {see Pile 
Pyle Martha, tayloress 99 Cherry 



QUA^— RAi 

(^uAcco Francis, shallopman 188 Lombaic 
Quad John, barber, 47 Gaskill 
Quail Eliz widow, milliner, 46 Cedar 
Quandale Lewis, clock and watchmaker 69 Chesnuc 
Quandrill Charles, sea captain 248 Spruce 
Queen- James, merchant taylor 53 south Third 
Queen Thomas, distiller 388 High above Twelfth 
Quesnet B. professor of dancing, Library street and 

47 north Sixth 
Quest Elizabeth, widow 244 St. John 



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cksal J. shoemaker Queen near Hanover 

g John, accomptant back 3 Blackberry allev 

g Robert, accomptant Watson's alley 

gley James, sandman back 12 Spruce v 

g!ey Mary, shopkeeper Mary*s alley 

n Allen, shoemaker Relief street 

n Andrew, hairdresser 63 Walnut 

n Arthur, hostler, 103 south Fifth 

n Barnet, accomptant Prime above Front 

n Daniel, rectifying distillery 183 south FourtJi 

n Emanuel, stoi;ecutter 291 Mulber-y 

n Felix, typefounder Cedar above Tenth 

n Patrick, grocer 18 Filbert 

nlen Morris, taylor 1 48 north Front 

nter Thomas, labourer Oak beiow Noble 

rk lyargaret. seamstress 68 Union 



Rabjohn John, tailor 229 St. John 
Rabjohn William, shoemaker 14 Kunckel 
Rabsom Henry, shoemaker 52 Charlotte 
Rabsom Mary, widow, 205 Mulberry 
Rademaker Joseph, charge des aftaires and const.. 

general from Portugal 26 San'om 
Hafieid John, accountant 5 Farmer's alley 

[^r^; Rail/'. !.: 
Aaftle Joseph, tobacconist 104 Christian 
lagen James, morocco dresser, back 40 n. 4ih 
^.agen Morgan, mariner 26 Mary (S ) 
Magin John, carter Thirteenth above Filbert 
Raguet Condy, merchant Bickley's wharf and \ I s» 

Fifth 
Rain Lienor, widow, 322 south Third 

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RAI RAN 

Rain Thomas, chair maker Wattman's aliey 
Rainey John, carter Mark's lane 
Raivly John, baker PearsoR's court 
Rakestraw Joseph, printer £48^ north Third 
Rakestraw Sarah, widow, 190 north Fifth 
Ralston Matthew C. merchant 103 south Front 
Ralston Robert, merchant 189 Mulberry, counting 

house 103 south Front 
Ralston Robert, jun. accountant Swede's alley 
Ralston William, labourer Barker street n. 4th 
Ramage Adam, printer's joiner and cabinetmaker 

Library st. n. 4th and Elizabeth n. 6th 
Ramage Amor, plaisterer 1 1 Pennsylvania 
Rambo Anna, widow, Prospect alley 
Uambo Peter, shipwright Hanover near Bedford 
Rambo Sarah, teacher 6 Budd street 
Rambo widow of Daniel, 43 Green 
Ramee J. architect opposite 40 south Eighth 
Ramer John, ostler 28 Poplar 
Ramp William, stone cutter 10th above Filbert 
Ramsay Alexander, carpenter and city corrimiS" 

sioner, Ninth above Race 
Ramsay Benj. and Isaac, feedstore 444 Race 
Ramsay Mary, shopkeeper 147 Cherry 
Ramsdell Mrs. tayloress 96 north Fifth 
Ramsey Christopher, labourer Race n. sch. 7th 
Rand B. H. professor of Penmanship 8 n. 3d 
Rand Henry, labourer Mulberry alley 
Randall George, drayman 1 67 south Fifth 
Randall Joseph, carpenter 103 s. ^th n. Walnut >. 
Randall Josiah, attorney at law and clerk of the 
mayor's court, office east wing of the state house 
Randall Matthew, merchandize and ship broker 61 
Chesnut [see Hundle 

t Randall Robert, carpenter 16 Artillery lane 
Randle John, shoemaker 403 north Third 
Randolph Edw. merchant 126 north Second 
Randolph Edw. jun. 88 V-ne 
Randolph George F. merchant 83 High 
Randolph and Madeira, merchants 239 High 
Randolph Mrs. of David, 400 north Front 
Randolph Richard, merchant 126 north Second 



RAN RAY 

\ Randolph Joseph, painter, Sec. Blackberry alley ii. 

Spruce and Spruce above Eighth 
Randolph William, carpenter 126 north Second 
Rang John, grocer i65 Vine 
Ranken Alexander, cordvvainer 50 Mulberry 
Ranken George, shoemaker 7 Cresson's alley 
Ranken George Sc Son, cabinet ni-akers 129 Wal- 
nut and 62 north Fifth 
Ranken Hugh, grocer cor. 7th and Race 
Ranken William, cabinet maker 129 Walnut 
Rankin Davis, shipwrip;ht 563 south Front 
Rankin Sarah, widow, Coombs' alley 
Ranten James, merchant 127 High and 33 n. 5ih 
Raphun C. baker Grissel's alley 
Raphune Catharine, shopkeeper 4 South alley 
Raphune John, taylor 36 s. Water 
Rasch Anthony, silversmith 1 18 High 
Raser A. widow 94 Sassafras 
Raser Thomas M. teacher 78 north Fifth 
Ratsheller A. black and white smith 360 north 3d 
Rattenbiller John, labourer 27 Tammany 
Ravesies Fred, merchant 229 High and Mulberry 

court 
Ravoudt Wm. S. M. D. 18 York road 
Rawl Benjamin, shipwright S3 Budd 
RawleSarnuelB. merchant 98 south Fourth 
Rawle William, counsellor at law, office 116 and 

dwelling 112 south Third 
Rawle William, jun. attorney at law 1 16 s. 3d 
Rawn Elizabeth, widow 149 Pine 
Ra worth Mary, teacher 81 Penn 
Ray Andrew, store & tavern keeper 168 Swansojt 
Ray David, merchant 137 s. Water 8c 164 s. F'ront 
Ray David Sc Moses, merchants 137 s. Water 
Ray James, attorney at law 251 north Front 
Ray Jonathan, hatter George above 12th 
Ray J. sea captain 372 north 3d [see Eea ^ IVray 
Ray M. A. shopkeeper 1^ north Third 
Ray Nathaniel, sea captain 39 Noble 
Ray Thomas, sea captain 19 Queen (S.) 
Ray Wm. hairdresser corner St. John and Ponhr 
lane and 16 Browne 



RAY REG 

Rsy \vidowof John, grocer 380 south Second 

Kaybold Joshua, constable 5 1 Filzwalter 

Kaybold Thomas, starchfactory Arch n. sch. Front 

Kayburn John, taylor back 119 Queen (S ) 

Rayfield Wm. J. marine inn 5 s. Water Uee liq/ield 

t Kayman Andrew, mariner Webb's alley 

Rayman Wm. labourer 28 Poplar lane 

Raymond Nathan, oysterman 95 north Fourth* 

Raymond widow of Pierce, grocer 92 Spruce 

Rea Alexander, umbrella maker 38 south Third 

Rea David, wheelwright Frankford road near Otter 

Rea John, upholsterer 151 Chesnut [see Ray, Wrai, 

Read Eliza, widow, 209 south Seventh 

Read H. grocer Poplar lane above 3d \sceReed, Reid 

j-iead James, merchant 1 North alley 

Read John, mate 19 Cedar 

Read John, kibourer 201 Shippen 

Head John, umbrella maker 79 south Second 

Read John, jun. attorney at law 176 Chesnut 

Read John, bootmaker Petticoat alley 

Read Peter, painter, Sec. 64 Sassafras 

Read Samuel, storekeeper 45 north Second 

Read Henry, grocer Poplar lane above Second 

Read Wm. merchant 15 Sansom 

Read Wm. carpenter 66 south Water 

Read Wm. F. copperplate printer 248 Lombard 

Read Wm. L. saddler 268 north Second 

Keakert John, grocer 439 north Second - 

Reall Samuel, accomptant 8 Callowhill [see Reel 

Reap Bernard, shoemaker 106 Budd 

Reap John, shoemaker Kensington 

Reap John, shoemaker Crown near Duke 

Reap Philip, carpenter 98 Budd 

Reapson Margaret, huckster 291 St. John 

Reardon Richard, sea captain 402 n. 2d 

I Reason Jane, washerwoman 283 St. John 

Real Catharine, widow Trotter's alley 

Reaver Kezia, teacher Queen near Bishop 

Reaver Mary, widow 25 Cresson's alley 

Rechel Jacob, sugarboiler 5 Crown 



RIEC REE 

Iteckhow Isaac, cabinetmaker cor. Prospect alley 

and Fayette 
Reckitt Joseph, inspector of lumber 194 n. 5th 

[see Rickett 
Kedhair Martin, shoemaker Lawrence 
Reding Fanny, widow Pine near Tenth 
Redman Barnabas, printer 214 Lombard 
Redman James, teacher corner Tenth and George 
Redman James, teacher sch. Fifth below High 
Redman J. Evans, merchant 56 north Front 
Redman M. shopkeeper 28 south Fourth 
Redman Rebecca, 185 Walnut (Sansom*s row) 
Redman Thos. jun. merchant 28 south Fourth 
Redman Thomas, 188 Chesnut 
Redstreke John, cabinetmaker 54 Dock & Clover 

alley 
Reed Alexander, grocer cor. Race and Third 
Reed Ann, washerwoman back 92 Gaskill 
Reed Ann, widow 194 Cherry 
Reed Daniel, shallopman 70 Penn [see Reid^Read 
Reed Edward, labourer back 102 High 
Reed George, taylor 337 south Front, cor. Almond 
Reed Isaac, 37 north Front 
Reed J. merchant 313 Sassafras 
Reed Joseph, counsellor at law and recorder for the 

city of Philadelphia 158 Walnut 
Reed John, weaver Sassafras near sch. Seventh 
Reed John, morocco dresser 85 south Fifth 
Reed Mrs. of Jonathan, labourer Oak above Coats • 
Reed Michael, storekeeper 232 north Second 
Reed Moses, grocer S E. corner Vine and Ninth 
Reed Ph. country tavern & yard 121 Vine cor. 4th 
t Reed Reuben, plaisterer 42 Small 
Reed Richard, sea captain Second below Federal 
Reed Samuel, teacher 5 Zane street 
Reed Samuel, grocer N E. cor. Sassafras & Third 
Reed Thomas, mariner 38 Union alley 
Reed Wm. taylor 68 s. Water and 69 south Front 
Reeder Charles, carpenter above 447 north Front 
Reedle Catharine, widow 67 Cherry 
Reel George, sugarboiler 26 Juliana [see Really Rihle 
Reel Jacob, Frankford road near Queen 
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REE REE 

Reel John, labourer 4th n. George 

Reel John, smith Frankford road n«ar Queen 

Reel Michael, carpenter Bedford 

Reel Richard, labourer Orange 

Rees George, victualler Wood above Eighth and 

Garden street 
Rees George, toll collector sch. Perraanent Bridge 
Rees George, jun. furrier and glass manufactorer 1 1 

n. Third and Fromberger's court 
Rees Henry, blacksnaith Randolph's court 
Rees Henry, taylor 75 n. Fourth 

[^see Reysy Ehees if Eei^ 
Rees Jacob, cedarcooper 77 Sassafras 
Rees John, grocer, &c. 1 1 5 Sassafras 
Rees John, taylor Prune above Fifth 
Rees Joseph, tavernkeeper 213 Cherry 
Rees Martin, victualler 34 Charlotte 
Rees Martin, stablekeeper Prune above Fifth 
Rees Mary, widow 35 Plum 
Rees Summerville, bricklayer Locust above Tenth 
Rees widow of Valentine, victualler 72 s. 8th 
Rees William, carter 198 north Eighth 
Rees Wm. blacksmith 2d above Poplar 
Reese Adam, shoemaker 1 8 1 north Front 

[see Reas and Rice 
Reese Ann, gentlewoman Loxley's court 
Reese George, boot and shoemaker 276 s. 2d 
Reese Jacob merchant 42 north Fifth 
Reess Bernhard, storekeeper 273 north Second 
Reess John M. victualler 36 Charlotte 
Ueess Samuel, bricklayer 122 Locust 
Reeve S. teacher 1 Bread street 
Reeves A- tavernkeeper 9 north Front 
Reeves Benjamin, grocer S. W. corner Arch 8c 2d 
Reeves Daniel, cordwainer 115 n. 6ih 
Reeves li.liz. widow of Stephen 246 north Front 
Reeves Enos, shoemaker 291 Mulberry 
Reeves James, labourer 18 PewterpUtter alley 
Reeves Lemuel, hatter back 84 north Second 
Reeves Thomas, jun grocer N.W. cor. 2d & Arch 
Reeves & Woodward, grocers S.W. cor. Arch & 2d 



UEF REL 

Reffert widow of Philip, innkeeper 133 Sassafras 
Reford Elizabeth, storekeeper 24 south Third 
Regin Ann, midwife, 16 Ann (N. L.) 
Regins John, mariner 168 St. John 
Regies Anthony, labourer Carpenter (S.) n. 5th 
Regnaud A. accomptant 146 south Seventh 
Rego John, trader 485 south Front 
-Rehn Caspar, merchant 283 High & 62 Zane 
i?ehn George, brewer 365 south Front 
/?ehn John, brewer 363 south Front 
i^ehn Mrs. gentlewoman 62 New 
Reid Adam, grocer 320 south 2d [see Read, Reed 
Reid Catherine, teacher 101 Vine 
Reid andCroasdill, merchants 121 High & l^s. 4th 
Reid George, webbing factory 6Gray*s alley, dwell- 
ing 14 Carter's alley 
Reid John, merchant 121 High 
Reiley Philip, bottler 108 north Water 
Reilley Philip, 50 Penn 
Reilly Bernard, grocer and bottler 128 n, 5lh 
Reilly Boyd, coachmaker Hamilton Village 

[^see Rieiliy 
Reilly James, shoemaker 269 south Fourth 
Reilly John, tavernkeeper 8c grocer 150 Swanson 
Reilly Paul, grocer 32 north 7lh 
Reilly Thomas, merchant 102 south Wharves and 

Franklin row 
Reilly widow of Boyd, 17 north Ninth \_see Riley 
Reinboth Frederick, sexton 140 north Fifth 
Remeck Lewis, biscuit baker Cedar street wharf 
Reinhard C. wheelwright Tidmash street 
Reinhard Henry, mariner 49 German 
Reinhard Jacob, carpenter 1 10 north Sixth 
Reinhart G. V. coach painter 86 Crown 
Reinhart Christian, victualler Poplar lane above 3d 
Reinholdt Mary, Widow 86 north Fifth 
Reiss Frederick, sugar baker 131 Cherry \_sce Rce« 
Rtlf Ann, widow, gentlewoman, 151 south Fifth 
Relf Samuel, editor of the Philadelphia Gazette, 

office 62 Dock, dwelling 72 south Third 
Relleend Sophia, widow, 188 south Fourth 



RE»*— REY 

Remcntcr Peter, carpenter Passyunk near Prjme 
Remer Sarah, widow, Shackamaxon 
Remey John, shoemaker 26 Poplar 
Rcmick Enoch, mast maker tl Swanson 
Remington C. lumber merchant 167 Vine 
Remington C. & J. lumber merchants corner Vine 

and 6th 
Remington Eliza, widow, ST Christian 
Remington Isaac^ sea captain 46Shippen 
Remington Job, lumber merchant 41 Wood(N.L,) 
Remshardt Frederick, late baker Old York road 

above Poplar lane 
Renguenet Don Bartol. consul from his Catholic 

Majesty 1 15 south Fourth near Spruce 
Renodt Peter, broker 127 Spruce 

Renshaw , grocer corner Arch and Front 

Renshaw Ann, widow 90 Union 

Renshaw Francis, broker 206 Pine 

Renshaw Richard, justice of the peace and notary 

public, 302 south Second 
Renshaw widow of James, 1*5 Coats* 
Renshaw W. (Mansion-house Hotel) S. E. corner 

High and Eleventh 
Renshiemer Christian, carter Hanover near Prince 
Reppard Sarah, widow, Rihrs court 
Reppert Sarah, widow, 162 Race 
Repshear Jacob, drayman 435 n. 4th n. Poplar 
Repshear Leonard, drayman George above 3d 
Repsher Barney, brickmaker 499 north Third 
Repsher Joseph, labourer Steinmetz court (N. L.) 
Resinger Adam, turner and umbrella maker 367 n. 

Second 
Rettew John, coppersmith sch. 5th n. Chesnut 
Retzer Henry, carpenter 457 north Third 
Rev^ll George, shipwright, Moyamensing n. Prime 

[see Rivel 
Reynolds and Adgate, grocers 21 south Third 
Reynolds Benj cooper, gauger and head inspector 

of salt provis\ons 1 3 north Water and Bickley'a 

alley 
Reynolds Elias, carpenter 171 Coats* 



REY RIC 

Keynokls Elizabeth, mantua^|»akcr 19 Strawberry 
Reynolds Enoch, accomptanl U. S. Arsenal 
Reynolds l^rancis, accomplant 199 s. 7th 
Reynolds George, carter 6th below Fitzwalter 
Reynolds Henry, carver and gilder 48 n. 7th 
Reynolds James, taylor 375 south Front 
Reynolds John, attorney at law 19 Franklin court 
Reynolds John, copperplate printer 8 CI jrry 
Reynolds John N. sea captain Callowhill below 6th 
Reynolds Jos. grocer 21 s. 3d and 20 New Market 
Reynolds Michael, ostler 97 Crown 
Reynolds Peter, bricklayer 63 Passyunk 
Reynolds Sanriuel, merchant taylor 48 south 3d 
Reynolds Simeon, teacher 142 north Third 
Reynolds widow of John, 19 Franklin court 
Reynolds William, labourer Elizabeth street 
Rex George, tavern keeper 271 Vine 
Rex Wm. carter Poplar lane near 3d 
Rheem Jacob, flour merchant 373 High 
Rhees Ann, widow of rev. M. J. Loxley's court 

Isee Recs 
Rhoades C. boarding house 302 south Third 
Rhoads J. Sc D. lumber merchants, High near Pe^• 

manent Bridge and n. sch. 6th 
Rhoads Hannah, widow 2 Brewer's alley 
Rhoads John, carpenter, corner Crown 8c Callowhill 
Rhoads Mary, widow, 2 Laurel street (C.) 
Rhoads widow of Philip, carpenter 139 north 6th 
Rhodes Joseph, grocer 304 High 
Rianhard E. widow 97 Cherry 
Riblet Peter, confectioner 117 south Second 
Rice and Byrne, grocers George above lOlh 
Rice Edward, back 188 north Third 
Rice Charles, woodsawyer, back 20 Spruce 
Rice John, innkeeper 4 1 6 north Second 
Rice John, shoemaker Callowhill above 10th 
Rice widow of John, fisherman Queen n. Bishop 
Rice John, confectioner and fruiterer 96 n. 3d 
Rice Joseph, blacksmith 28 Old York road & above 

Noble [^see Rcc9s 

Rice Maria, seamstress 5 Hurst 
Rice Mrs. widow, schoolmistress 53 Almond 
Rice widow of Robert, back 352 north Third 



RIC-^ — RIG 

Rice Samuel, taylor 7^ Lombard 

Rice Wm. smith 165 Coats' 

Richardett Samuel, jun. sea captain 9 Lombard 

Richards A. blacksmith 7 Charlotte 

Richards A. baker Marlborough near Queen 

Richards Adam, ropemaker Shackamaxon 

Richards Ann, starch vender 4 Oak (N. L) 

Richards Ann, teacher 44 Crown 

Richards A. G. storekeeper 5 n. 2d and Margaretta 

near Second 
Richards Benjamin, grocer 126 High 
Richards Catharine, tavernkeeper 57 s. Water 
Richards Charles, iron merchant 177 n. 5d dvvelHng 

42 New Market 
Richards David, labourer Queen near 5 th 
Richards Eleanor, widow 123 north Fifth 
Richards rev. George, 130 south Fifth 
Richards James, mate 315 south Second 
Richards Jesse, grocer 134i High 
Richards John, labourer Mulberry n. sch. 3d 
Richards John, labourer Hickory lane 
Richards John, jun. currier 8 Dock and 105 Spruce 
Richards John, shoemaker 1 1 8 German 
iJichards John D. grocer Almond street wharf 
jRichards Joseph, manufacturer of white and red 

lead, i?ace n. sch. dwelling 162 s. Fourth 
i?ichards Joseph, carpenter i?ace n. sch. Front 
J?ichards Joseph, waterman Carpenter (S.) n. 4th 
/Richards Mark, iron merchant 130 north Third 
i^ichards /?achael, widow 206 north Front 
/Richards Samuel, mariner, i?ose alley n. Browne 
TJicharda Samuel, cabinetmaker 218 south 7th 
jRichards Samuel, gold and silversmith 136 s. Front 

and lime house 3 Dock 
liichards Samuel, iron merchant 1 1 1 n. Water and 

250 Arch 
i?ichards Sarah, nurse, back 86 south Third 
JRichards Thomas, iron merchant ;26 Spruce 
i?ichards Thomas, tobacconist 17 n. Water 
iiichards Wm. jun. watchmaker 126 High 
2?ichards Wm. carpenter 198 Cherry 
jRrcbards Wra. grocer 126 High 



RIC RIC 

Richardson E. labourer 375 south Front 
Richardson J. ropemakerFrankford R. n. Queen 
Richardson John C. accomptant 15 Powell 
Richardson John, mariner 32 Meade alley 
t Richardson John, woodsawyer, back 2 Bedford (M:*) 
Richardson Jonathan, carpenter 1 Stall's court 
Richardson Joseph, assayer in the mint 359 High 
Richardson Jared, carpenter Mulberry near Broad 
Richardson i?ichard, carpenter 197 north Front 
Richardson Ross, brushmaker 10 Pleasant avenue 
/Richardson Thomas, mariner 113 Swanson 
Richardson Wm. umbrella maker 31 south Third 
Richardson Wm. carpenter Gaskill above 4th 
Richardson widow, milkwoman Marlborough 
-Richardson Eliz. huckster Marlborough 
Riche George, grocer 477 north Third 
Riche widow of Peter, Wattman's alley 
J?ichil Henry, cabinetmaker 2 1 Shippen 
jRichli Joseph, confectioner 43 south Second 
7Richman Isaac, carter. Oak (N. L.) 
i^ichman John, gilder 378 north Front and 5 Apple- 
tree alley 
'^ichman Mary, widow, seamstress 8 Wagner's alley 
t -Wichman Peter, hatter 411 north Fourth 
i?ichman William, labourer 232 north Water 
.^ichman William, carpenter 77 north Eighth 
2?ichmond Eli, carter 23 Callowhill 
j??ichraond Eliz. mangier corner Pine and Tenth 
/Richmond Isaac, carpenter 94 north Eleventh 
Richmond W^illiam, tavernkeeper 434 n. Third 
/?ichner Henry, callico printer Queen near Bishop 
jRichler Charles, hairdresser 54 Green 
TRickard Catharine, widow 270 north Third 
i?ickard Leonard, late tavernkeeper Chester street 
iRickerds Hazard, labourer 13 Callowhill 
iiickerds Leonard, painter, Sec. 400 n. 2d 
/Ricketts Henry, late drayman 17 Appletree alley 
^'tJicketts John, wheelwright sch. 8th n. Cherry 
Rickey Mrs. of John, 512 north Front 
Rickey Samuel, gentleman 6 n. 8ih 
Rickie Wm. shipwright 1 6 Queen (S.) 
iilickstine John, tanner /Race near Juniper 



RIC RIG 

Rickmaii Deborah, widow, Browne below Front 
Riebsatn John, grocer 290 n. 2d 8c 14 Noble 
i?idabock P. blacksmith and tavernkeeper 14 s. 5th 
Riddick Joseph, mariner, back 293 south Fifth 
Riddit widow of Peter, mariner 46 Penn 
Riddle David, carpenter 125 Pine 
Riddle James, bookbinder Lombard above 9 th 
Riddle John, drayman 126 Queen (S.) 
Riddle Samuel, boot and shoemaker 72 n. Front 
Riddle Wm. baker 433 south Front [see Reedle 
Rider John, accomptant Whitehall street 
Rider Silvenus, oyslerman 82 south Water 
Rider Christian, labourer Lombard n. sch. 
Ridgway & Balch, merchants s. 25 Wharves 
Ridgway 8c Evans, lumber merchants 9th above Race 
Ridgway E. 8c E. bonnet makers 9 Strawberry 
Ridgway Jacob, merchant 1 60 north Front 
Ridgway John, bricklayer 76 north 9th 
Ridgway John, jun. merchant 90 south Front 
Ridgway Joseph, merchant taylor 57 north 2d 
Ridgway Rebecca, mantuaraaker 37 Mulberry 
Ridgway Thomas S. lumber merchant 273 Sassafras 
Riebsam Sc Wiley, grocers 290 north Second 
Riehle widow of John Simon, \ 50 High 

[«(?e Eeel^ Rihle^ Riletj 
Riehle Wm. tanner 5 3 north 4th &c cor. Noble 
Rieilly Thomas, sea captain 4 Franklin row 
Rien Isabella, widow, 10 Budd 
Riesch Henry, grocer 114 north Second 
Riever John, baker 343 south Front 
Riffbrd Peter, labourer James street 
Rifford Jacob, victualler James street 
Rifford John, carpenter Brusstar's court 
RifTett Mrs. teacher Shackamaxon 
Riffetts Rebecca, boarding house 181 Mulberry 
Rigby Catharine, widow, 122 north Front 
Rigby Henry, cabinetmaker 122 north Front 
Rigby Joseph, gentleman 134 north Front 
Rigden Christiana, milliner 205 south Second 
Riggins William, labourer 54 New Market 
Riggs William, mariner 10 York court 
Righert John, labourer Rose alley n. Coats' 
Ri'ghtley John, cooper, back 308 north 2d 



RIG RIP 

Rigler Elizabeth, victualler Lawrence ii. v iru: 
Rigier Stephen, victualler Frankfoid R.n. Mary 
Rigler H. late victualler cor. Race and Broad 
Rigler John, victualler Juniper near Cherry 
Rignault Clare F. paperhanger 2 1 8 Lombard 
Rig:nau]t Francis, paperhanger 10 Vernon street 
Rihl Henry, sea captain Si Queen (S.) 
Rihl Jacob, carpenter 501 north Third 
Rihl Richard, carpenter Marlborough street 
Rihl Richard, boatbuilder 40 Queen (S.) 

[if.? Re el J Riehle 
Rihle Mary, boardinghouse 40 Queen (S.) 
t Riley George, oysttrman 51 north Third 
Riley James, carter Little Pine 
Riley rev. John, 120 south Tenth 
Riley John, silverpluter Hoffman's alley 
Riley John, sea captain 40 south Sixili [see Rallev 
Riley John, wine and liquor store 1 1 south 2d 
Riley Joseph S. currier 4th near Tammany 
Riley Sarah, bonnetmaker 1 1 Strawberry 
Riley 'J'homas, lay lor 56 south Water 
Riley Wm. silvevplater 86 n. 6th [see Richie b' Ri.U. 
Riley Wm. shoemaker 450 north Third 
Riley Wm. labourer 275 north Front 
Rim Eli;^abeth, widow 12 Bryan's alley 
Rim'.^r Thom-js, late shoemaker 260 south Front 
Rind Lewis, taylor, Rose alley near Coats 
Rine Adam, woodsawyer Broad near Spruce 
Rinedollar Jacob, shipwright 385 north Front 
Rinedollar Jacob, jun. shipwright 9 Duke st (S. L • 
Ring Richard, ship watchman Fuller's alley 
Ring Wm. painter, Sec. back 402 north Srcond 

Ringham , trunkmaker Juniper above SassciiVi-.' 

Rink Jacob, blacksmith 426 north Third 
Rink John, brushmaker 140 north Third 
Rink Mary, shopkeeper 183 south Second 
Rink Peter, brushmaker back 33 Noble 
Rir.k Sebastian, shoemaker 7 Shippcn 
Rinker S\muel. sea captain 323 north ^' oi, 
RinlpinkS. shoemaker 16 Vernon 
Rino John, labourer 291 ^onth Fouvlh 
Ripley John P. attorney at la\v 99 south Fifih 

I i i 



RIP ROB 

Ripperger Conrad, bleeder and leecher 29 n. 4th 
Risdel P. widow, grocer 66 south Fifth 
Rising Eli, domestic warehouse 103 north Third 
Risley Peter, oysterman 5th below Christian 
Ristine Jacob, taylor 311 north Front 
Ristine John and Jacob, labourers West n. Palmer 
Ritchie James S. merchant 12 Lombard 
Ritchie John, smith S I north Seventh 
Ritchie widow of John, 26 Carter's alley 
Ritchie Robert, merchant 112 Spruce and Cypress 
alley Isee Richey 

Riter George, stablekeeper 96 New 
Riter Lewis, coaehmaker 105 New street 
Rittenger Elizabeth, widow 144 Browne 
Rittenger Wm. cordwainer back 1 1 1 Catharine 
Ritteniiouse Benjamin, 6 north Seventh 
Rittenhouse Frances, storekeeper 6 north Seventii 
Rittenhouse Henry, carpenter 77 Crown 
Ritter George, cabinetmaker 31 Sassafras 
Ritter Jacob, storekeeper 70 north Front 
Ritter Jacob, jun. merchant 68 north Third 
Ritter John, painter and glazier Hamilton vimge 
Ritter Mrs. widow, baker 24 n. 5th [see Rutter 

Ritterson John, ropemaker Frankford n. Shacka- 

maxon 
Rivardi Mrs. young ladies' seminary, Chesnut above 

12th (Gothic Mansion) 
Rivel Adam, carpenter corner Eleventh and Cedar 
Rivel Hannah, 8th below Hudson's lane [see Revell 
Rivel John, shoemaker 150 St. John 
Rivell Michael, carter 24 Passyiink 
Tliven James, late stevadore 50 Swanson 
Rivers Joseph, tinplateworker 373 north Fourth 
Rizer George, teacher 1 19 German [see Raaer 

Roach Isaac, master of revenue barge 48 Almond 
Roart Mary, widow 49 Christian 
Robart Joseph, merchant 233 High corner Sixth 

Robb , Fourth near Browne 

Robb Alexander, accomptant 4 Elbow lane 
Robb Jame>5, cabinetmaker 1 57 Cedar . 
Robb James, letter carrier 4 Elbow lane 
Robb John, \veaver cor. High and 9ch. Third 



ROB ROB 

t Robbins B. labourer Spruce above Eighth 

Robbins Benjamin, carpenter 153 Vine 

Robbins Elizabeth, layer out of the dead, 153 Vine 

Robbins Isaac, labourer 31 St. Mary 

Robbins John, blacksmith back 95 St. John 

Robbins John, acconiptant 153 Vine 

Robbins Samuel J. merchant 36 nortli Third & 37 

Wood 
Robbins Sarah, 9 Xittle Water 
Roberjot John H. 105 Arch 

Ilaberis , carpenter 296 Vine 

Roberts Amos, stablckeeper 27 north Fifth 
Roberts Andrew, labourer ISO soutii Fouith 
Roberts Benjamin, hatter 8 Frombergcr's court 
Roberts Charles, teacher 174 Mulberry 
R berts Catharine, widow 3 New Bank 
Roberts Charles, attorney at law 250 Chesnut 
Roberts Daniel, painter, &.c. 270 south Second 
Roberts widow of Daniel, teacher back 1 15 Arch 
Roberts Daniel, bbourer Shackamaxon 
t Roberts Edward, labcmer Blackberry alley 
Roberts Elizabeth, gentlewoman 12 Church alley 
Roberts Mrs. of George, carperoi|i* Rose alley (N. L.) 
Robert* George, merchant 252 Chesnut 
t Roberts George, mariner IS Cypress alley 
Roberts Hugh S. boardingliou^e Mulberry court 
Roberts Israel, coppersmith 167 north Third 
Roberts J. shipjoiner 91 Christian 8c I^'^ Swanson 
Roberts James B. tax collector Cedar near Tenth 
t Roberts James, coachman Webb\ ailey 
Roberts John, viciualler 5-*7 Callowhill 
Roberts John, acconiptant 13 Key's alley 
Roberts John, c.binetmaker 19 north Eighth 
Roberts John, accomptant Lombard near Tenth 
Roberts John, labourer Broud near Chesnut 
Roberts Jonathan, carpenter 38 Kunckel 
Roberts Joseph, accomptant 168 Mulberry 
Roberts Joseph, oysterman Brewer's alley n. Third 
Roberts Lewis, grocer corner 8lh and Locust 
Roberts Lewis, tavemkeeper 283 south Front 
Roberts and Masscy, saltworks cor. Front 8c Poplar 
Roberu Mordccai, Fountain inn 37 north JFifth 



ROB— — RQB 

Roberts Mrs. boardinghouse 25 Pine 

Robeiis Mrs. of Nicholas, mariner 248 St. John 

Roberts Owen, labourer 20 Oak (S.) 

Roberts Peter, sea captain 34 Queen (S.) * 

i Robehs Robert, labourer Walnut above Tenth 

Roberts Samuel, carpenter 1 1 Fayette 

Roberts Sarah, widow 93 Christian 

Roberts Susan, widow Hause's court 

Roberts Tliomas, coixlwainer 164 Lombard 

Roberts Thos. P. ironstore 138 n^th Water Sc 141 

n. Front and M'Cullout^h's court 
Roberts widow of rev. George, 230 Chesnut 
Roberts widow, of Joseph, merchant 14 n. Fourth 
Roberts widow of Michael, 14 north Ninth 
Roberts v.'idow of Thomas, 60 south Sixth 
Roberts widow of Wm. carpenter 163 Chesnut 
P^oberts and West, iron merchants 141 n. I'^ront Sc 

138 n. Water 
Roberts Wm. cabinetmaker 82 north Sixth 
Robertson C. shipwright 212 St. John 
Robertson C. mariner back 352 south Second 
P».obertson Catharine, widow back 134 south &th 
Robertson J. moroifco dresser Cherry above 1 3th 
Robertson Jas. merchant 6 Franklin Row 
t Robertson John, shpeblack 49 Gaskill 
Robchson Joseph, pilot 16 Catharine 
Robertson Margaret, widow back 134 so^th 8th 
Robertson Miirgaret, widow Hudson*s lane n. 8th 
Robertson Mrs. seminary 88 Spruce 
t Robertson Timothy 5c Thomas, shipwrights Mer- 

ritt's lane n. Fourth 
Robertson Wm. merchant 57 south Wharves and 

4 Ranstead's court 
RobmelMrs. back 182 Pine 
Robinett Richard, merchant 5 Powell 
Robins Job, weaver 86 Qreen 
Robinson Ann, shopkeeper 65 north Third 
Robinson Anthony W. 'Carpenter 136 n. Eighth 
Robinson Benjamin, carter 489 n. Third 
Robinson C. N. carver and gilder 56 south Second 
Robinson Charles C. chairmakf:r High, ^vest ot 

Permanent Bridge 



nOB ROB 

Robinson Catharine, widow corner Third and Ger- 

mantown road 
Robinson George H. currier corner Passyunk and 

Shippen 
Robinson George, sea captain 27 Catharine 
Robinson Isaac, woodsawyer 29 Coats 
/?bbinson Israel, carpenter 30 Juliana 
jf?obinson J physician 127 south Front 
/?obinson James, woodsawyer 30 Passyunk 
/fobinson James, accomptant jRidge above Francis 
JRobinsan James, sea captain 29 Coats* 
i?bbinson James, mariner 317 south 2d 
-Robinson John, painter Frankford R. n. Shackamaxon 
/?obinson Jane, widow, Prosperous alley 
/?obinson James, labourer SheafT's alley 
/?obinson James, printer 163 Cedar 
i?obinson Jc^m, drover 301 Callowhill 
i^obinson John, carpenter 1 10 south Tenth 
i?obinson John, mariner, back 236 Catharine and 

189 north Front 
i^obinson John, rigger 109 Catharine 
t -Robinson John, labourer 38 Coats* 
Robinson Jonathan J. merchant 24 south Front 
Robinson Joseph, sea captain 16 Queen ' 

Robinson Joseph, boardinghouse 308 High 
Robinson Joshua, carpenter 256 south Fifth 
t Robinson Levi, shoemaker S. 8th below Lombard 
Robinson Lewis, merchant 130 High corner 4th 
Robinson Margaret, huckster 8 Cox's alley 
Robinson Mary, washerwoman Webb's alley 
Robinson Mi's, of James, 28 Penn 
Robinson Rachel, widow 84 Race 
Robinson Rebecca, seamstress, back 277 s. Fifth 
Robinson Samuel, teacher, back 40 north Fourth 
Robinson Samuel, haittr36 High 
t Robinson Stephen^ woodsawyer 31 Gilles' alley 
Robinson Thomas, victualler Mulberry alley 
Robinson Thomas, bricklayer 8 St. Mary's 
Robinson widow of Lbenezer, 15 Margare ta 
Robinson widow of Geo Callowhill street wharf 
Robinson William, shoemaker 19 Fitzualter 
Robotham William, tavlor Mulberry n. Juniper 

Iii2 



ROC— — ROG 

t Rochambeau Peter, hairdresser 25 Coats' 

Roche Peter, cook 225 south Sixth 

Rock, Christian, china store 106 north Seventh 

Rock Thomas, shoemaker Pemberton's alley 

Rocket Nicholas, labourer Maria 

Rockhill Mary widow, back lOLsetitia court 

Rockwell Justice, smith 217 north Eighth and near 

3 1 5 Callowhill 
Rode John and Henry, Lombard near Sch, 
Roderfield Wm. turner 65 Sassafras 
Rodez John, carpenter 101 Catherine 
t Rodman Mary, cook 2 1 2 south Seventh 
Rodman Solomon, sea captain 49 Noble 
Rodrigue Andrew, merchant cor. 7th & Walnut 
Rodrigues Isaac, storekeeper 93 north Third 
Roe Rachel, widow, Wood above 8th 
Roe Mary, widow, Elizabeth n. 7th [see Row 

Rogers Allen, tavern keeper 94 north Second 
Rogers Charles John 8c Evan, ironmorigers 52 High 

fifth door above Second, south side 
Pvogers Evan, ironmonger 52 High above Second 
Rogers Frederick, storekeeper 1 south Second 
Rogers Jacob, corder, office Coats* street wharf 

dwelling 40 1 north Front 
t Rogers Jacob, labourer, back 1 8 Kunckel 
Rogers James, labourer Cedar near 1 3th 
Rogers John, shoeilore, &c. 138 Cedar 
Rogers John, ladies shoemaker 263 St. John 
Rogers John, ironmonger 52 High above 2d 
Rogers John, brickmaker 187 Callowhill above 5th 
Rogers John, carpenter Lyndail's court 
Rogers John D. sailmaker Button wood n. 6th 
Pv-ogers J. glue and cowskin whip factory Pegg st. 
Rogers Mary, gentlewoman 67 Pine 
Rogers Matilda, storekeeper 3 south Second 
Rogers Robert, jun. 58 Queen (S.) 
Rogers Robert, teacher 2 Hartung's alley 
Rogers R. widow, Cedar near Thirteenth 
Rogers Susan, widow, 369 Mulberry 
Rogers Thomas, shipwright 387 north Front 
Rogers Thomas, merchant 6 north Front 
Rogers r^v. Wm. d. d. S. E„. corner 8th St Chesnut 



ROG ROS 

Rogers Wm. gunpowder manufacturer 413 HigK 
Rogers Wm. mariner 121 German 

j^ogers , cooper 38 German 

Rogers Wm. storekeeper 46 n. 4th 
Rogers widow, washerwoman Prosperous alley 
Rohner Samuel, victualltr 5th above Noble 
Rohnes Philip, victualler Old York above Tamniaiiy 
Rohr John A. watchmaker and jeweller lien, 7th 
Rohrman Francis, carter Laurel near 2d 
Rohrman Henry, wheelwright 441 north Second 
Rohrman John, wheelwright co»sch. 8th 8c Race 
Roland John, merchant SOO High and 14 n. 7th 

, [see Rowland 
Rolof Rev. Francis, 181 Spruce (chapel yard) 
Rolph James, teacher cor. \ 1th and Locust 
Rolph W^m. fancy chair maker 318 south Second 
Romeis John, broker and translator 63 Dock 
Ronaldson Jamts, typefounder Cedar between 9th 

and Tenth 
Ronaldson Richard, type founder Cedar between 

Ninth and Tenth 
Ronckendorff John F. accomptant 84 s. Eleventh 
Roney Hannah, nurse 7 Brewers alley 
^oney John, tanner and curner 4-96 north 2d above 

Poplar 
Roney John and Thomas, curriers 129 Chesnut 
Roney Thomas, currier 8 Prune 
jRoney William, blacksmith 285 n. 3d 8c Coats* 
Roney Wm. blacksmith cor 6ih 8c Hickory lane 
Roof Michael, woodsawyer Buttonwood near 6ih 
Rooney Bernard, cooper Lombard st. alley 
Rorbach Christopher, wharf builder 36 n. Water 
Roror John, cutler 65 Mulberry 
Rosdill John, drayman 191 Lombard 
Rose Ann, midwife 10 Brewer's alley [see Roivae 
Rose Atkinson, tavern keeper Hamilton ^'illage 
Rose Benj. surgeons* instrument maker Randall's 

court 
Rose Benjamin, hatter 348 south Second 
I^oseB. F. surgeons' instrument maker 17 s. 7th 
Rose Henry A. tailor 28 Pewterplaiter alley 
Rose Jane, midwife 7 Brewer's alley 
Rose — , shoemaker Spruce near Broad 



ROS- — RGB 

Rose Jonathan, tailor Coates* court 

Rose Joseph, carpenter 16 Ann (N. X.) 

Rose M. gardener Moyaxnensing; road 

Rose Peter, shingfcdresser 26 Union alley 

Rose Magdalen, nurse Farmer's alley 

Rose Thomas, merchant 45 High 

Rose Thomas, brickmaker 310 north Third 

Rose Thomas, labourer Buttonwood lane 

Rose Timothy, potter 2d above Germantorn road 

Roshea Simon, stevadore 1 1 Plum 

Rosngkrotz Frederick, labourer 38 Charlotte 

i?osnagel John, baker Fifth below Christian 

Ross Andrew, painter, Sec. 2^7 south Third 

Ross Ann, tavernkecper Vine near Schuylkill 

Ross Aquilla, carpenter Hause's court 

Ross David, carpenter 8 1 north Ninth 

Ross Frederick, painter, 8cc. 342 south Second 

Hoss Elizabeth, segarmaker 121 Plum "^ 

Ross widow of Henry, painter and measurer of gla>^ 

zier*s work 342 south Second 
Ross James, boarding house 36 Prune 
Ross James, professor of LatiiT and Greek languages, 

44 qorth Fourth 
Ross James, tavernkecper 12 Spruce 
t Poss James, painter, &c. back 113 GermsJn 
Ross John, taylor Cresson*s alley 
Ross Mary, boardinghouse 75 Penn 
Ross Oliver, tobacconist 121 PUim 
Ross Ruth, teacher 124 Catharine 
Rosb Robert, broker 174 south Third corner Pine 
Ross Samuel, carpenter R.ispberry alley 
Ross Samuel, merchant upper 190 and 53 High 
Ross Thomas, counsellor at law 148 Chesnut 
t Ross Thomas, labourer corner Christian & 4th 
Ross widow, stamstress 1 19 Swanson 
Ross Walter,, 291 south Fifth 
i?ossWm. late printer 87 Locust above 8 ih 
JVo3s Wm. wbipmaker 31 Brewer's alley 
Jio^is Wm. accomptant Filbert corner Thirteenth 
i?obs Willi^im, shoemaker 4th below Christian 
i?ossett Jacob, merchant 243 Mulberry corner 7th 
iJosset Jacob 8< Co. merchants 170 High 
i?osaet Joseph, hatter 37^south Front {sec Jio&et 



Res ROW 

J^osselter VVm. L. sea captain 274 north 3d 

Rostine F. 74 Lombard 

/?oszel licv. Stephen G. 79 New 

y^oich Joseph, merchant 109 north Front 

-Kote Jacob, labourer Torres court 

^ots;hand Frederick, shoemaker Prince near Palmer 

and Palmer near Duke 
i?othen\valter Esther, widow Passyunk n. 8th 
/?other Leonard, bricklayer Chesnut n. sch. 6th 
jRothwell Wm. dyer Beach near High Bridge 
Rouanez P. artist 105 Lombard 
7?ouanez P.P. boardlngschool 148 Pine ♦ 
-Rouchenberg Emma, widow /Raspberry alley 
-Kouchenberger John, Kunckel below Green 
-Roundy Benjamin, mariner 6 Penn 
i^ourk Mary, widow 272 south Front 
jRourk i?achel, washerwoman 30 Oown 
i?oush John, skindresser 58 Sassafras ^ee Hush 
-Rousseau John C. m, d. 2 10 Spruce 
i^ouvert Edmund, merchant 1 1 1 Spruce 
-Routh iKicliard, tanner 2d above Otter 
i^ovoudt Wm. S. doctor 18 Old York road 
-Row Annj widow, 248 St. John 
^ow Catherine, shopkeeper sch. 8th n. Vine 
-Row Henry, sea captain 48 Union 
>^ow Jonas, well digger Germantown /?. n. Budd 
■Row Martin, late baker 48 Union [see Boc, 

-Rowan Adam, weaving factory. Cedar n. lOlh 
-Rowan Emelia, nurse 23 Little German 
i?owan John, carpenter 77 Locust above Eighth 
^owan Mrs. teacher 79 Walnut 
/?owand Margaret, bitters maker Pine near 12th 
-Rowen C labourer Prince n. Marlborough 
i?owen Henry, catjlker Marlborough n. Beach 
/?ovvland 8c Gordon, iron merchants 78 n. Second 
Rowland Thomas, shoemaker inter. 6th and Ger- 
mantown road [see Roland 
/Rowland Jas. ironstore 78 north Second, dwelling 

Fromberger's court 
-Rowland Wm. sawfactory, back 162 High, dwelling 

24 north Ninth 
-Rowland widow of Wm. shoemaker Miller's court 
(N. L.)- 



ROW— RUN 

« 
i?owlett John, accomptant I Ith n. Spruce 

i?owley Edward iJf Son, storekeepers 20 s. Third 

i?ownd Mrs. storekeeper 82 south Fifth 

i?owse Martha, widowj 24 Prune [see Rose 

t 5oy Manuel, cooper Gordon street 

R<iy John, shoemaker 199 St. John 

Royer George, carpenter Kunckel near Tammany 

Ruaud A. grocer corner Budd and Drown 

Rubecam Jonathan, carpenter 144 Locust 

Rubicam Charles, hatter 389 north Second 

Rubicam Daniel, Washington hotel 20 s. Sixth 

Rubincam Joseph, grocer 1 13 north Third 

Ruch John, storekeeper 232 north Second 

Ruckstool Ulrick, shoemaker 136 Coats 

Ruddick Jane, widow 1 34 south Eighth 

Rudecam John, carter 143 Green 

Rudiman Susannah, shopkeeper 5 1 Mead alley 

Rudler John, carver 69 Tammany 

Rudolf Christian, turner 470 north Third 

Rudolph Geo. carpenter Race n. sch. Seventh 

Rudolph Geo. Jun. carpenter Broad near Race 

Rudolph Wm. labourer 1 1 1 Swanson 

Rudy Jacob, innkeeper 100 New 

Rudy D. labourer 4th above George 

Rudy John, carpenter Crown above Bedford 

Rue John, caulker 485 south Front 

Ruelong Job, shipwright Marlborough near Bedford 

Ruff Wm. painter, &c. 47 Chesnut & 132 n. 4th 

Rugan John, merchant 248 Sassafras 

Rugan and Rodes, merchants 97 north Water 

Rugg Asa, cordwainer back 83 Queen (S.) 

Ruggles S. carter 106 Cherry 

Ruhl George, coachmaker 199 Arch & 49 Cherry 

Ruhlman John, labourer 7 Farmer's alley 

Rulon Benjamin, storekeeper 4 1 High 

Rumford Samuel, hatter Whitehall street 

Rumill George, labourer Juniper near Cherry 

Rummel George, labourer 1 78 north Eighth 

Rumpf Peter, cordwainer 108 Cedar 

Rumsey Andrew, merchant 59 north Front 

Rumsey Charles, carpenter cor. Front 8c Poplar langi 

Runchay Win. grocer c«r. Front and Mulberry 



RUN RUS 

Riindle George, merchant Rittenhouse place, Lo- 

cust above Ninth [«ee Randall 

Rundle and Moliere, shipchandlers 50 s. Wharves 
Runner John, victualler 1 4 Charlotte 
Rurek Peter, combmaker 22 1 s. Fifth 
Ruse John, paperhanger 284 Lombard 
Rush Benjamin, m. d. professor of the theory and 

practice of physic, and of clinical medicine, 98 

south Fourth 
Rush Christian, cakebaker 32 Strawberry 
Rush Daniel, yeoman Wood above Duke 
Rush George, carpenter 207 Cherry [^see Rasch 
Rush Jacob, presidentof the court of common pleas 

61 north Eighth above Arch 
Rush James, m. d. 98 south Fourth 
Rush James I. ironfounder 355 Race 
Rush John, mariner Oak (N. L.) 
Rush John, shoemaker 4 1 Prime 
Rush John George, labourer back 1 17 Callowhill 
Rush Latin, joiner Stillhouse alley 
Rush Lewis, parchmentmaker 125 Sassafras 
Rush Mrs. widow, gentlewoman 24 Branch 
Rush Samuel, carter 245 St. John 
Rush widow of Wm, 96 Sassafras [^see Roush 

Rush Wm. carver 172 and 174 north Front 
Rusha Joseph, grocer 2 Pleasant avenue 
Rushenburg Ann, widow Federal near Front 
Rushton Edward, bandbox-maker 2 Carter's alley 
Rusk Mrs. of Jacob, 1 3th above Sassafras 
Rusk Charles, shoemaker 372 north Second 
RuskC. widow 28 Duke (N. L.) 
Rusk George, tanner 1 2 Budd 
Rusk Saml. carter 245 St. John 
Rusk Wm. victualler 2d above Germantown road 
Russel Edward, merchant 88 s. Wharves and 3 Penn 
Kussel Elizabeth, widow 1 Gray*s alley 
Russel John, accomptant 98 Shippen 
Russel John, black and whitesmith 462 Sassafras 
Russel John, steward back 369 south Front 
Russel John, painter, Sec. 104 Locust above Ninth 
Russel Jonathan, shallopman 60 Swanson 
P.nssel Robert, mariner bark 64 Catharine 



RUS RYD 

Russel Robert, shoemaker 38 Chesnut 

Rtissel Stephen, sea captain 86 Union 

Russell Ellenor, shopkeeper 192 south Wate; 

Russell Frances, grocer 1 18 south Second 

Russell James, labourer Lombard n. sch. Seventh 

Russell John, grocer Oak near Coats 

Russell Joseph, grocer corner Beach and Maiden 

Russell Louisa, Lemon street 

Russell and Meade, grocers 65 north Sixth 

Russell Nancy, milkwoman High near sch. Third 

Russell Philip, grocer 65 north Sixth 

Russell Rebecca, widow Goddard's alley 

Russell Samuel C cordwainer 173 north Third 

Russell Stafford, shoemaker Wright's alley 

Russell William, grocer \7 Hjurst 

Russell Wm. shipwright corner o£ Marlborough 8c 

Prince 
Ruth Elizabeth, widow 144 south Fifth 
Ruth George, carpenter Acorn alley 
Rutherford Jacob, grocer 46 Ann (N. L.) and cor. 

Callowhill 
Rutherford John, grocer Locust near Broad 
Rutherford James, mariner 5 Little German 
Rutherford Wm. saddler Hopkins' court 
Ruths Michael, baker 149 Spruce 
Rutter George, constable 397 Sassafras 
Rutter Henry, ropemaker 2d below Federal 
Rutter Jacob, victualler Juniper near Cherry 
Rutter Join, cordwainer Greenwich street 
Rutter John, jun. ropemaker Greenwich street 
Rutter widow of Samuel, grocer 1 13 Walnut 
Ruvy Felix. M. tobacconist 433 north Fourth 
Ryan Elizabeth, widow 39 Browne 
Ryan James, merchant 8 north I'Lighth 
Ryan James, grazier Pine near sch. Second 
Ryan Lewis, hpot and shoemaker hrsl door above 

the U. S. bank, 50 soutli Third 
Ryan Patricia, weaver 60 Tammany 
Ryan Timothy, carpenter 273 south Front 
Ryan widow, 70 Penn 

Ryan widow of William, slabkkeeper back 22 n. 2d 
Ryder Andrew, pain"-r Juniper near (^liitrry 



SAB SAX 

SABAL A. 180 S. Second 

Sabal M. mantua-maker, 180 S. Second 

Sackerow John, mariner, Merrill's lane 

Sackriter D. cabinet-maker, corner Bedford 8c TUi 

Sackriter Jacob, tanner, 20 Plum 

Sadler Casper, brushmaker 10 south Alley 

Sadler Eleanor, gentlewoman, 169 Mulberry 

Sadler Mary, storekeeper, 294 S. Fourth 

Suger widow of Jacob, 274 Mulberry 

Sager Michael, baker, 88 No. Uth [see Seeder 

Sagee Francis, shipwright. Little's court 

Sagey Anthony, furrier, 99 Coats 

Sagey John, furrier, 209 N. »th. 

Sailer J. taylor, 14 north Water 

Sailor Jacob? labourer, 1 2th above Race 

Sailor Samuel, painter. Sec. 38 Sassafras 

Sailor Thomas, grocer, 437 N. Third 

Saint Daniel, 202 Cedar 

Saint Douglas, grocer, corner Cedar £c Vernon 

Salade Sebast, fringe and lace weaverj 12 N. 0th' 

8c 10 N. 6th 
Salaignac A. C. accomptant, 44 Filbert 
Salaignac Anthony, 80 Gaskill 
Salmon James, accomptant, 20 Walnut 
Salter Samuel, corner Walnut and Sch. 8th. 
Salter Wm. teacher, back 12 N. Front £c Race 
Saltzman Jacob, grocer, 303 Vine 
tSammons Wm. labourer, Spruce above 8th 
tSampson Daniel, mariner, 118 Plumb 
Samson J. L. C. confectioner, 1 1 N. Second 
Samson Hasadiah, grocer, corner 3d & Race 
Sander James, of U. States navy 210 Mulberry 
Sanders Abel, carpenter, 166 S. Fifth 
zanders Enoch, labourer, Lee's court 
Sanders George, hatter, 297 Callowhill 
Sanders Isaac, oak cooper, Buttonwood N. 6th 
Sanders Isaac, mariner, 16 Swanson 
Sanders Jane, widow. 236 N Front ' 

Sanders Jesse, grocer Sc tavern, 132 Popla^ 
Sanders Jacob, carter, Apple st 
fSanderff Joseph, waiter, Alban st 
Sanders John W. accomptant, 45 Swapson 

Aua^ 



SAN SAU 

Sanders John, carpenter, 17 I?udd [see Saunders 
tSanders John, mariner, 325 S. Front 
Sanders Mary, 13th above Cherry 
Sanders Mrs. Christopher Ann st (Sch.) 
Sanders Peter, shopkeeper, 182 north Second 
Sanders Peter, mariner, 76 Penn - 
Sanders Richard, mate, Johns st 
Sanders Saml. C. saddler, 79 North Front, and 1 6 

Wagner's alley 
Sanders widow of Thomas, 184 Swanson 
Sanders Miss, teacher, back 73 North 7th 
Sandford Rowland, coachmaker, 13th above Race 
Sandgran Charles, mate, 272 south Front 
Sands George, 26 Springett alley 
Sands John, carpenter, Oak (N. L ) 
Sands Nathan, shoemaker, 128 New 
Sansom John, drayman, 83 Budd 
Sansom Joseph, merchant, Francis* lane n. Scii. 
Sansom Samuel, merchant, Francis* lane n. Sch. 
Sansom Sam'l, jun. merchant, Francis lane n Sch. 
Sansom Wm. merchant, office 96 Mulberry 
Sanson John, stonecutter, back 14 S. lOthJ yard 

Walnut above 10th 
Santinier V. milliner, 137 south Second 
Sapp James, taylor, 9 Chancery lane 
Saqui Louisa, gentlewoman, 4 Cypress alley 
Sarazen B. merchant, 64 Union 
Sarazen John B. accomptant, 7 N. 12th 
Sarazen William, shipwright, Liberty alley 
Saren Caleb, shoemaker. Christian near 4th 
Sargeant rev. Thomas, 122 N. 4th [_see Ser^ean( 
Sarmiento F C. merchant, 224 JPine 
Sarvey Daniel, labourer, back 459 S. Second 
Satterthwaite Richard, bricklayer, corner Tamma- 
ny & Old York Road 
Satterthwaite Abel, ironmonger, 52 N. 3d 8c 107 

Sassafras 
Saubere Samuel, broker, &c B.iiik alley Sc 66 S.6th 
Saul Martha, widow, Prospect alley 
Saul IVfary, teacher, 198 Chesnnt 
Saulnier John, merchant, 829 High 
Saulnier Joseph, tarpenter, &c, 438 Sassafras 
Sauriuftn Petcr» shoestore) 89 N. Front 



SAU SCH 

Saurlin John, carpenter Bcuf sticker's court 

S-fiurman Martin, hatter, 109 North 9th 

SausMian Henry, 3$ i Mulberry 

Saurwalt John, tobacconist, 131 Callowhill 

Savage & Dugan, merchants, York st 

Savage John, suspendermaker, 198 S. Fourth 

Savage Mary, gentlewoman, 328 south Front 

Savidge Reuben, 381 Sassafras 

Savery John, south wharves near Cedar 

Savei'y Thomas, carpenter, 20 N 5ih 

Savin Samuel, grocer, 6 Hiy;h & 168 N. Front 

Savitz & Co. merchants, 240 N. 2d 

Savitz George, merchant, 240 N 2d 

Savoy Francis, paperhanger, Hoffman's alley 

Savoy John R. card maker, Juniper alloy 

Sawer James, storekeeper, coVncr Pine & Second 

Sawn Harriot, tavernkeeper, Callowhill st. wharf 

Sawyer Abigail, widow, 138 Brown 

Sawyer Lewden, ladies shoemaker, 165 S. Second 

Sawyer Robert, blacksmith, 15 Noble 

Say Beniamin, m. d. 152 Chesmii 

Say Benjamin, jr. brewer, 103 New 

Say Samuel, stevadore, 91 N Water 

Say Thomas, apothecary & druggist, N. W. corner 

High gc 2d 
Sayre VVm. mate, back 99 Green 
Scaank Robert, carpenter, Watson*s alley 
Scargow Thomas, drayman, 46 Browne 
Scattergood & Wood, tanners and curriers, 276 N. 

Front 
Scattergood , tavernkeeper, Call<)whiil ne;ir 

Sch. 3d 
Scattergood Joseph, currier. Sec. 299 N. Second 
Scattergood Thomas, late tanner, &c. 2/8 n. Front 
Scliaefler rev. Frederick D. 27 N. 4th 
Sthaffer Charles, sugar refiner, 82 north Second 
SchafTer Elizabeth, widow of John, 24 Pdssyunk 
Schaumenkessel Frederick, ble baker, 352 N. 2d 
Scheetz Conrad, hatter, 415 north Front 
Scheible G. F. grocer, 193 south Fourth 
Scheible John M. victualler, 15 Fiizwaltcr 
Schell Ann Maria, cake baker 38 Nor:' " \ 



SCH 

Schell Henry, grocer, 191 N. 2d [^see Shek 

Scheliinck John, grocer, Lombard above Ninth 
Scherzinger John M. oil and colourman, 66 n. 4th 
Schieser John J. baker, 142 south 8th 
Schindler Michael, baker, corner Shippen &; Fifth 
Schively George C. shoemaker, Queen near 

Shackamaxon 
Schively Henry, cutler and surgeon's instrument 

maker, 45 Chesnut 
Schively George, attorney at law, 65 Walnut 
Schively Joshua, druggist, 6cc. 51 south Third 
Schnaiblu Lawrence, stocking weaver 26 N. Alley 
Schnatz Sebastian, baker, Frankford road near 

Schackamaxon 
Schott Charles F. tinplate worker, 421 N. Second 
Schott James, merchant, 43 N. Front 8c 235 Arch 
Schott G. S. M. D. 41 north 6th 
Schott John P. jr. commission merchant, 129 

Walnut 
Schott John P. inspector of customs, 73 south 8th 
Sohover Elisabeth, widow, 56 Green ^ 
Schlatter Wm. merchant, 223 High [see Slaughter 
Schlatterer John, baker, corner Callovvhill & Third 
Schlosser Jacob, late currier, 335 north 2d 
Schlosser Elizabeth, 8c Rosina, 31 Penn 
Schneider Casper, distiller, 313 north Front 
Schneider John A- grocer, 141 north Third 
Schneider 8c Pertenheimer, grocers, 141 N. Third 
Schneider widow, grocer, corner Spruce and Sixth 
vSchneider Wm. tyler to the grand lodge of Penn- 
sylvania, 7 N. 8 th 
Schnelt Lewis, baker, back 263 north Eighth 
Schober Frederick, baker, 166 north Second 
Scoch F. 6c J. carpenters, corner 6th and German- 
ton road 
Schoch George, innkeeper, 81 north Seventh 
Schoch Samuel, German teacher, opposite 50 

north Fourth 
Schoen Casper, teacher, 99 Coats* 
Sclioen Wm. taylor, 39 Chesnut 
Schools widow of James, 41 1 south Front 
Schooley Sanmel, drayman, Noble near Third 



SCH SCO 

5chrack Abraham, innkeeper, 38 High 

^chrack Henry, skin dresser and parchment ma* 

nufdcturer, Margaretta st 
iSchrack Jacob, shipjoiner, back 393 north Front 
5chrjck Joseph, carter, 20 Green 
iSchreiber Theodore, painter, &c. 54 Penn 
^chreiner Charles W. clock and watchmaker, *tZ 

north 1 hird 
^chreiner Joseph H ironmonger, 122 noth 2d 
^chreiner John, whitesmith, 23 N. 10th 
•Schreyer George, skindresser, 335 Cllaowhill 
^chreyer John, baker, 83 4th below Union 
5'chreyer & Yerger, skindressers, 335 Callowhill 
-Schriver Sarah, victualler, 273 N. Eighth 
-Schroder Frederick, innkeeper. Ridge road, near 

Francis' lane * 

6'chroder Henry, carter, corner Crown & Vine 
5chuh Godfrey, teacher, 233 Callowhill 
iSchulteis John M. baker, 65 New 
6'chumoB. turner, 10 & 22 EIfreith*s alley 
-Schuster Margaret, widow, 4 Callowhill 
*Schweiss John, shoemaker, Old York road above 

Coats' 
^chwenk Henry, innkeeper, 191 N. Third 
•Schweppenheiser John, cabinetmaker, 440 n. 3d- 
iSchweppenheiser Nicholas, taylor, 4o5 n. Thini 
-Sciver John, shoemaker, Maiden near Beach 
iScoful James, taylor, back 96 Christian 
f 6'cotren James, carter, Middle alley 
5cott Adam, blacksmith, 466 N. Third 
«Scott '^mos, boiu^ding house, 173 Vine 
•Scott Andrew, soapboiler, 5 Quarry 
Scott Andrew, grocer comer Sassafras and 10th 
Scott Cutherinc widow, back 25 Mulberry 
-Scott George, oak cooper, C llowhiU st. whm'S 
5cott David, bitmaker, 287 St. John 
5cott George, mariner, )50 N, Water 
•Scott Henry, carter, 14 Hurst 
•Scott Wabella, shopkeeper, 148 south Eighth- 
5cott James, carpenter, buck 13 Beck's alley 
•Scott James, mariner, 8 Argylc 
^ott Job, If harf builder. Poplar abore Front 



SCO ^SEA 

Scott John, printer & shoe store, 32 N. Fourth 

Scott John, grainmeasurer, 94 Spruce 

Scott John, gardener, corner Chesnut & Sch. 7ih 

Scott Joseph, carpenter, Barker st. 

Scott John W. printer, 147 Chesnut & Bank st, 

Scott L. widow, Maiden st. 

Scott Lydia, boarding house, 112 High 

Scott Mary, widow, back 132 S. 4th [see Scliott 

Scott & Reakirt, brush manuf. 207 N. Second 

Scott Patrick, labourer, Hazel alley below Locust 

Scot Robert, engraver in the mint, 9 N. Twelfth 

Scott Robert, ropemaker, 522 south Front 

Scott widow of Lewis A. corner 9th 6c Chesnut 

Scott Samuel, mariner, 117 Green 

Scott Samuel, carpenter, 215 St. John 

Scott Thoma*,^ tanner, Pegg st. 

Scott Thomas, merchant, 30 N. Third 

Scott, Trotter 8c Tilford, merchants, 30 N. Third 

Scott Wm. pilot, 498 south Front 

■Scott Wm. ferryman) 152 St. John 

Scotten B. Sc A. bonnett makers, 2 Strawberry 

Scoiti John, perfumer Sc hairdresser, 15 south 4th 

Scravendyke Peter, soap and candlemaker 237 s. 2d 

Scriminger Robert, type founder, Christian n. 5th 

Scroggy Thomas, grocer, corner Juniper lane and 

George 
Scull Daniel, grocer 314 N. Front 
Scull Humphrey, sea captain, 5 Callowhill 
Scull James, merchant, 28 south wharves 
Scull Wm. late tavernkeeper, 4 Callowhill st.wharf 
Scull Wm. B. storekeeper, 102 N. Third 
Scullinburg Manuel, ropemaker, Moyamensing R. 
Seabrook James, merchant tailor, 75 Mulberry 
Seaburn Elizabeth, shopkeeper, 7 Mulberry 
Seaman Serick, oak cooper, 508 south Front 

[see Seemann and Sieman 
Seamcr Philip, labourer, back 126 N. Fifth 
Search Joshua, ropemaker, 8th near Passyunk 
Search Wm. pump maker, cor. Cth 8c Carpenter 
Searl Enos, drayman, Germantown road n. Front 
Searl James, bricklayer, S8 Tammany [see Scnill 



SEA SEL 

Searl Joseph, draymen, Smith's alley (N. L.) 
Searl Robert, drayman, Germantown R. N. Fron: 
Sears John, carpenter, Sheaff 's alley 
Seawright Mary, widow, back 57 Budd 

Seboult , mate, 177 St. John 

Seckel Adam, merchant, 9 N. Water & 305 High 
Seckel David, grazier, 305 High Sc N.W. cor. 8th 
Seckel David, jun. grazier, 12 N. Eighth 
Seckel George L. merchant, 155 High 
Seckel George D. grazier, 305 High cor. EightU 
Seckel John C. carpenter, 322 Vine 
Seckel Lawrence, wine merchant, 155 High 
Sebring Catherine & Mary, tayloresses 35 south 

Water 
Secor David J. carpenter, above Sassafras 
Scddinger Mrs. of Casper, basketmaker 66 Budd 
Seddinger Jacob, saddletree maker Frankford 

road above Queen 
Seddinger M. saddletree maker Frankford road 

above Queen 
Seeger Charles, confectioner 1 1 1 south Third 

[see Sager 
Seeger David, flour merchant 18 south Seventh 
Seeger John, sea captain 29 Tammany 
Seeger Wm. F. druggist, 8cc. 345 High 
Seeby Robert, labourer, Sassafras near Sch. 2d 
Seemann John Andrews, innkeeper (Red Lion) 
corner Brewer*s alley and Fourth, [see Seaman 
Sees George, grocer Thirteenth below Walnut 
Segar Jacob, labourer Shaxamaxon 
Seguin Andrew, shipbuilder 371 north Front 
Seixas David G. 151 south Front 
Seidel John N. morocco dresser 136 Locust 
Seiders Charles, baker Sassafras near Sch. 7th 
Seip Peter, accomptant Baker's alley 
Selick John, stevedore 276 S. 4th 
Sell George, labourer 93 Browne [see SiU 
Sell Henry, painter, 8cc. 2 Hopkjms court 
Sell Henry, painter, 486 N. 2d 
Sell Solomon, taylor 76 Brown 
Sellers Coleman, wireworker 1 Mulberry court 
iieUers D, -wireworker 8 ,n. 6th [see Zeller 



*^SEL— -SEX 

Sellers Isaac, brassfounder 150 Coats' 
Sellers James, wireworker 8 N. 6th 
Sellers J. accomptant corner wood 8c St. John 
vSellers Nathan Sc David, wireworkers 231 High 
Sellers Robert B. printer 83 Mulberry 
Seltzer Henry, Fourth near Poplar lane 
Senat Prosper L. store keeper 7 N.*2d 
Sendos Dominic, merchant, i56 Mulberry 
Senemaud John B. goldsmith 126 south Fourth 
Senff John A. gardner Arch near Sch. 5th 
Senior John, diayman Ann st. (Sch.) 
Senix Isaac, late brick layer. Mint Court 
Senn Henry, shoemaker 151 Green 
Senn Wm. shoemaker 124 Callowhill 
SennefF Ann, widow nurse, 89 Coats* 
SennifF widow of George, 1 69 Pine 
SennefF Jacob, carpenter Broad near George 
StnoJBTt George, tavern keeper, 25 North Alley 
Senter Christopher, soap boiler Laurence st* 
Senterling Rosina, widow 1 5 Charlotte 
Sergeant E. widow 104 south Eighth 
Sergeant E. Spencer, attorney at law 113 Arch 
Sergeant John, attorney at law 89 & 91 S. Fourth 
Sergeant Thomas, attorney at law enquire 113 
Arch [see Sarjeant 

Sergeant widow of William, 24 North Seventh 
Sermon Isaac, m. d. 105 north Front 
Sermon Richard, smith 105 N. Front 
Serrill J. sea capt. 12 New Market [see Searl 
Service G. morocco dresser, 13 Willing's alley 
Servoss Mrs. widow of E. 215 north Front 
Serve Philip, shallopman 25 Callowhill 
Settle Nicholas, brickmaker Buttonwood 
Seveke Godfrey, baker 86 north Front 
Scverne Benjamin, labourer 66 Elder 
jSever Peter, drayman back 207 St. John 
Severne John, victualler corner Filbert & 13th 
Sewell Charles, labourer, Dean's alley 
Sexton Charles, yeoman Beach near Maiden 
Sexton Daniel, taylor 14 Gray*s alley 
Sexton Jared, & son 35 8c 40 south Water 
Soxton John; whac^-builder Beaeh near Miiiden 



SEY SUA 

:^"e}bcrt Adam, m. d. e?iq2iire 42 souih Front [see 

Siberty Sijbert Isi' Gibbet 
Seybert Elizabeth, shopkeeper 4th near George 
Seyfcrhek John, shipwright 53 Green 
Seyferhelt John M, shipwright 464 north Third 
Seyfert Conrad, bookbinder .10 Pear 
Seyfert John, blacksmith 90 St. John 
Seymour Joseph H. engraver 2d bel. Federal 
Seymour Samuel, engraver 19 Cedar 
Seymour Joseph, commedian, 58 N. 6th 
- hade George, hatter 229 north 2d 
Shade Peter, brushmaker 2 N. Front 
Shac John, stone cutter Prospect alley 
Shaeff George, carpenter Rose alley near Green 
Shaffer Adam, carter 473 >J". Third 
Shaffer Catharine, widow cor. passyunk & Queen 
Shafer Caspar, m. d. 66 Vine [see Schaffcr 
Shaffer Conrad, carter China st. 
Shaffer George, cordwaiuer, Lily alley [see 

Schaffer 
Shaffer John, tanner back 49 Browne 
Shaffer John L. carpenter 401 N. 3d 
Sliaffer John, tanner. Maiden 
Shaffer John, carter, Cedar above 12th 
Shafer Joseph, labourer Locust near Sch. 
Shaffer Leoudard glass blower St. Joseph's avenue 
Shaffer Mat. Gcrmantown road near 4th 
Shaffer Margaret, widow High corner Sch. 3d 
Shaffer M. labourer, 11th below Spruce 
Shaffer Michael, carpenter 87 Browne 
^hafer Mrs. widow segar maker 28 Ann (N. L.) 
Shaffer Mrs. of Philip, back 458 south Front 
Shivffer Philip, carter 448 Race 
Stealfer widow 408 N. 3d 
*^tiaffcr Wm. stone mason br.ck 182 St. John 

■'iules Jacob, wharf builder 479 N. 2d 
Shallcross Leonard, shoemaker 81 south Front 
'-' lus Francis, engraver, Circulating Library 49 

south 3d 
Si.anc G. L. ropemaker Maiden near Beach 
S'lKine Mary, widow 8th near Vine 
■rhankland J. tavlor 156 s. Water ^ 157 s. Front 



SHA 

Shanklen Edward, carpenter Hazel alley 
Shanks Abraham, taylor 295 north 3d 
Shannahan Margaret, widow 33 Dock 
Shannon AndreWj taylor 61 south 5th 
Shannon B. carpenter Crown near Prince 
Shannon Hugh, gunsmith 293 south 5th 
Shannon James, plaisterer 2 Blackberry alley 
Shannon John, hatter back 131 N. 3d 
Shannou Michael, labourer 3B Small 
Shannoij Wm. late auctioneer 19 north Fifth 
Shannon Wm & Hugh, gunsmiths and cutlers 2.1 

Passyunk, near Fifth, below Cedar 
Sharkey Daniel, labourer Vine near Sch. Eghth 
Sharkey John, labourer Vine near Broad 
tSharp Adam, waiter Juniper alley 
Sharp Catharine, widow 4 Elder St. 
Sharp Charles, taylor Shepherd's court 
-Sharp Daniel, brigade inspector Elder near 7th 
Sharp Henry, mate 375 south Front 
iSharp & Jones, iron merchants corner Arch & 3d 
Sharp John, shoemaker, Poplar below 2d 
Sharp Mrs. of Robert back 39 Locust 
Sharp Rebecca, widow 301 Sassafras > 

Sharp Richard, 131 south 3d 
Sharp Susan, seamtress 19 Crab 
Sharp \\idow, back 121 north 4th 
Sharpe Benjamin, storekeeper 25 north 2d 
Sharpe George, carpenter Orange 
S'narpe John, shoemaker Orange 
Sharpe Ludwick, accomptant 19 N. Ninth 
Sharpely John, mariner back 308 south Front 
Sharpies Jesse, merchant 48 High 
Sharpies Joshua jr. carpenter west of Pei»- 
^ mancnt Bridge 

"sharpies^ Mury, bonnet maker, 48 Mulberry 
Sharplcss widow of John, 39 N 6th 
Sharply Philip mariner back. 38 Ann (N. L.) 
Sharswood James, gentleman 92 north 6lh 
Sharswood William, gentleman, 92 north 6th 
Shaw Alexander, cabinetmaker 90 north Fron; 
Shaw Benjamin, shoemaker 274 south 6th 
Shaw Bile, labourer Oak below Noble 



SHA SHi. 

Shaw David, oystcrman Noble near ohl York K. 

Shaw David, oysterman lOi north Fourth 

Shaw Henry, mariner Rogers* court 

5haw Isaac, blacksmith 262 south 3d 

Shdw James, carpenter 125 Cedar & 197 south 

Front 
-Shaw James M. hatter 160 High 
5haw John, victualler Callowhill below Sth 
ShdLW John, Justice of the peace 408 N. 2d 
5haw Joseph, mariner Carpenter (•S') 
6'haw Lydia, widow 15 5'assafras 
.Vhaw Elizabeth Mrs. 49 Pine 
iVhaw Precilla, cook shop Oak (N. L.) 
.Shaw iSamuel B. merchant 172 south 3d 
iShaw Thomas, distiller 12 Quarry 
.Shaw Thomas, sexton Patton's court 
.Shaw widow of (ieorge, grocer 31 south Front 
.Sliaw widow of Matthew, carpenter 38 Pine 
.Shaw William, labourer 408 south 2d 
.Shaw Mary, China store, 65 N. 7th 
.Shaw Wm. A. mercht. 25 s. water dc 69 Locust 
•Shaw Wm. m. d. 237 Mulberry 
'^'heaff Geo. wine merchant, 3 s. 5th & 92 s. 4th 
.Sheaff Henry, wine merchant 180 High 
6'heaif John 5. 180 High 
.Sheaif Mrs. Barbara, N. E, cor. 7th 6c High 
.'hearer Henry, hairdresser 10 N 4th [see Skerer 
/hearer Valentine, labourer 291 north Sth 
.Shearer widow 63 Queen (-S.) 
5heble Adam, cooper & ironmonger 206 N. 2d 
•Sheble F & J merchants cor. Callowhill 8c 6th 
Vheble Frederick, merchant 35 Wood [see Sheible 
.Sheble Jacob jr cabinet maker 465 north 2d 
•Sheble John, merchant 77 north 5th 
Vhedaker James, cooper 39 & back 57 -S. water 
oheed George, sen. plaisterer 275 south 5t.h 
'Sheed George, jun. constable 76 German 
•Sheed Isabella, 22 Queen (5.) Sc German N. Sth 
-Sheed widow of W plaisterer 273 south 5th 
Sheepshanks Wm. merchants 34 Church alley 
Sheer Frederick, victualler Moyamensing road 



SHE 

iSheer John, sea captain 22 Plum 

Sheets A. sexton of -Swedes church 30 Christian 

*Sheetz Christian, Hanover near Bedford 

iSheetz ^vido^v of Daniel, Cherry above Duke 

'Shefler John, blacksmith 533 north 3d 

^heet Mat. Juniper near Spruce 

^Sheets John carpenter 30 Christian 6c Lapidary 

4 Carter's alley 
-Sheldon Wm. patent lampmaker See. Currant 

alley 
'Shell Lewis, segarmaker, Broad near -Sassafras 
-Shell widow of Jacob, 453 north 3d [see Schell 
-Shellingsford Thomas, caulker Vienna near Duke 
'Shelmerdine Edward, hatter 23 south 4th 
Shelmire Jesse, grocer 29 Julianna, store 180 

Callowhiil 
6"helmire Wm. mealmerchant 101 north 4th 
^Shepherd Benjamin, carpenter 5 Fetter lane 
-Shepherd Catharine widow 57 Vine 
Shepherd Jacob, caulker Marlborough near prince 
Shepherd Jacob, caulker Hanover near Prioce 
Shepherd Js. carpenter. Mechanic Sc Mint court 
Shepherd John, caulker Frankford road corner 

Bedford * 

Shepherd John, 8c Jacob victualler James 
Shepherd Mary, teacher 92 Christian 
Shepherd Nicholas, caulker Breach near Maiden 
Shepherd Philip, victualler James street. 
jShepherd Randall, fruiterer 13 south 6th 
Shepherd Robert, victualler 482 north 3d 
Shepherd Thomas, shopkeeper 4 north 5th 
Shepherd Thomas, ornamental painter 113 north 

Front 
Shepherd Wm. shipwright Hanover 
Shepherd Wm. whitesmith and bell hangar 250 

6'assafras, 8c 17 Wagner's alley 
Sherborr^e Wm. biscuitbaker 52 6'wanson 
Sherer Ann widow nurse Shafford street 
Sheridan Abraham, innkeeper Schuylkill upper 

ferry 



SHE— SHI 

Siiepiicrd Allen, coachman 268 .^assaCras 
Sherer Elizabeth, widow Bearsticker's court 
Sheridan Bernard, stablekeeper 7 Nerth alley and 

15 Button wood 
Sheridine Dominick, late dealer 63 Christian 
Shermer John, clock Sc watchmaker 384 north 2d 
Shermer John, shoemaker 138 south 8th 
SHierraer Eliz. boardinghouse 389| north Front 
Shermer ^^dow of Joseph, 3 'Sterling alley 
Shermer Wm. carver and gilder 5 -Sterling alley 
Sherrerd John, grocer corner Front and Arch and 

95 'Sassafras 
Shettel Daniel, brichmuker Callowhill above 10th 
Shewell John, labourer Juniper lane 
Shewell Thomas, 55 north 2d 
Shewman George, carter Marlborough 
Shey John, skindresser Frankford road near Maiden 
Shibc John, shipwright, Crown corner of Prince 
Shibe Eliz. widow Marlborough above Prince 
Shields Dominick Q. labourer 244 Cedar 
Shields Hannah, Front near Vine 
Shields Henry, labourer 451 south 2d 
Shields widow of Joseph, back 251 Sassafras 
Shields Joseph, labourer Maria« 
Shields L. carpenter Kunckel above Tammany 
tShields Michael, carter 87 north Fifth 
Shields Robert, storekeeper 35 north Second 
Shields Thomas, gentleman 13 Dock 
Shields William, labourer Sassafras near sch. 7th 
Shields William, sea captain 19 Cedar 
Shierman Mathias, shoemaker 18 Appletree alley 
Shilk John, stocking weaver back 439 n. Second 
Shilling John, M. laboarer Marks lane 
Shiliingford Ja*nes, vendue cryer Lily alley 
Shillingford James, paperstainer 88 Christian 
Shiliingford Thomas, smith 5 1 7 north Third 
Shindler Henry &c John, sailmakers back 387 s. Ft 
Shinkle Mrs. of John 34 Green 
Shinn Eliazar, carpenter Eyndall's court 
Shinn John, jun. chyraist 298 north Th'Td 
Shinn Mrs. widow, 122 south Fifth 
Shinn .Samuel, bricklayer 134 Pine* 
B b b b 



SHI— SHO 

Shinneck Adam, painter &c 365 north Third 
Shinney Mary, widow 42 Crown 
Shipley Daniel, mariner 267 north Frotit 
Shipley & 5tokes, hardware 45 High 
Shipley Thomas, merchant 216 spruce 
Shipley Thomas, hardware merchant 57 High 

dwelling 59 Union 
Shippen Elizabeth, gentlewoman 50 Union 
Shippen Joseph, G. m, d. 234 walnut 
Shippen Mrs. of Wm. 69 N. 6th 
Shiras George, B. merchant 15 north water 
Shirings William, labourer George above Third 
Shirkey Patrick, grocer 24 •Small 
Shirley Moses, tin plate worker 390 High 
Shirtliff William, mariner 28 Argyle 
Shloter Godfrey, cor. 6th 8c Passyunk [.5e<? Slater 
Shober Blaith, J. attorney at law 53 south Fifth 

[see ShuberC 
Shober S. B widow, 94 south Third 
Shober 5"amuel, L. 94 south Third 
Shoch Michael, cordwainer 78 Brown 
Shocker Margaret, washerwoman 32 Charlotte 
Shoemaker Abraham, alderman, office 130 Chesnut 

dwelling 124 south Fourth 
Shoemaker Abraham, jun. attorney at law 1 10 and 

124 south Fourth 
Shoemaker Mrs. of Christian, 63 Coats' 
ShDemaker Daniel, dry goods store 167 south 2d 
Shoemaker Henry, shoemaker corner of Hanover 

and Prince 
Shoemaker Jacob & Son, insurance brokers south- 
east room of the coffeehouse, 8c 24 Walnut 
Shoemaker Jane, boarding house 54 ndrth 2d 
Shoemaker Jesse, inn keeper corner Beach and 

Maiden 
Shoemaker John J. merchant 134 N. Front Sc 200 

Arch 
Shoemaker Jonathan, insurance broker 24 Walnut 
Shoemaker Joseph, 200 Mulberry 
Shoemaker Joseph, silversmith 1 2 north Front 
Shoemaker Lydia, midwife 10 Shippen 
Shoemaker Margaret, widow 2C9 south Seventh 



SIIO— SHU 

Shoemaker Samuel, plaisterer 104 st, Joliu 
Shoemaker •Sarah, widow 60 north Second 
Shoemaker *S'aniuel, attorney at law 185 Pine 
Shore 6'OiOnion, labourer Callowhill n. sch. Third 
Shores Naomi, widow 29 1 Arch 
tShort William, labourer 159 Browne 
Shorter John, carpenter Cherry above Juniper 
Shothill George, shopkeeper Oak (N. L.) 
Shotts Henry, tailor 146 Spruce [see Schot; 

Shot well Mary, storekeeper Sixth near Fifth 
Shough Jacob, gun smith Noble near Third 
Showaker John, constable 467 north Third 
Showaker Mary, widow 199 st. John 
Shower Robert, blacksmith, Aspen alley 
Shraedcr Hannah, widow 424 north Yvowi 
Shreeve Charles, boat builder Ptnn K. 
Shreeve John, jr. rigger 10 Green 
Shreeve John,' rigger loft 6 s. Wharves & 399 N. 

Front 
Shreve Caleb, mercha^^' 106 N. 4th &45 N. Front 
Shriner Henry, merchant 134 north Front 
Shriner -Susannah, washerwomtin 448 Race 
Shriver Henry, victuaiJer 21 1 Callowhill 
Shronk B. baker Jacoby sti-cet 
Shronk Joseph, labourer Twclth above Cherry 
Shronk widow of Geori4;e 200 C'oats 
Shubert George, ladies shoemaker 13th n. Race 
5hubert George, fisherman Hanover near Prince 
6'hubert W'iHiam, carpenter Federal near •Second 

\^see ^hober 
Shufflebottom Wm. chiaa merchant 42 N. -Second 
Shugart George, S. hardware store 387 N. -Second 
Shugart -Simon, 366 north -Second 
Shull Frederick, inspector of customs at Marcu.s 

Hoek 
Shults C. junr. ladies shoemaker 215 south 2d. 
Shults Charles, feedstore 20 Passyunk road 
Shults Frederick, harnessmakcr 18 6'tamper's alley 
Shultz John, labourer 13 Wood 
Shultz John, cabinetmaker 20 Callowhill 
Shultz John, jeweller, -Schriver's court 
Shultz Nicholas, carpenter -Sassafras below 1 Itii 



SHU— SIM 

ii.umai-i Fred., milkman Poplar lane above 4th 
^.human George, carter Mulberry and Duke 
~?humate Julius R. m. d. 172 south Th;rd 
Shunk Isaac, carpenter 54 Chester 
Shuster Anclre^v, grocer 83 north 7th 
Shuster David, victualler Lawrence 
Shuster John, potter Germantown road above 3d 
■^jhuster Mrs. victualler Lawrence 
Shuster Jacob, oakcooper 1 10 N. Water h 42 Vine 
Shute & Long, bonnet maJ^ers 3 -Strawberry 
Shutt John, carpenter Pine near Twelfth 
Shutts John, labourer Queen near Palner 
Sibbet John, plaisterer corner of Prune and Fifth 
Sibert Adam, shoemaker 2S6 N. 8th [s<re Seybert 
iSiddail Joseph, calico printer 69 N. 5th & 59 N. 3d 
Siddons John, shipwright 501 south Front 
Siddons Joseph, insurance office in Coffeehouse, 

dwelling 3 Pfeiffer's alley 
Slddons Joseph, carpenter & Etorekeeper 1 19 n. 4th 
Siddons Josiah Sc iSon, mer. tailors &c. 193 s. 2d 
Siddons Josiah jun. taylor 30 Union & 193 south 2d 
Side William, bell cryer 26 Brown 
Siebennist Michael, watchman, cordwainers Alley 
Sieman Paul, n^.crchant n. w. corner 9th and High 
Siemers Mrs. of Fredi^. cooper Miller's court [n. l. 
Sigmonds Peter, labourer Cherry near Prince 
Sigoigne Madame, teacher 106 south Fifth 
Silbert George, labourer carpenter (S.) n. Fifth 
Silbert Peter, labourer Fifth below Christian 
Silence John, cabinetmaker 121 south Ninth 
Sill M. tavern & grocer 10 north Water [ ace ^di 
Silver 8c Co. flour uierchants 256 High 
Silver John, merchant 256 High h. 7 north Fifth 
Silverthorn Susannah, widow Piose alley 
Silvin John, L. cook back 24 Passyunk 
Simes James, W. druggist 8cc. 457 High 
Simes -Samuet, accomptiKit 241 Spruce \_f>€e Sims 
Simington George, 'slioemakcr Passyunk below 

Christian 
Simmers George, moulder upper ferry road 
Simmons Anthony, associate judge of the district 

court 100 south Eighth 



SIM—SIM 

:-5tinmons widow, corner buck road long lane 
Simmons David, P. packing; factory 1 1th near 

Spruce 
Simnrions Edward, lumber merchant 145 N. Third 
Simmons Edward, 8c son lumber merchants 145 

north Third Sc 144 north Second 
Simmons Edward, jr. lumber merchant yard Wa! 

nut above Eighth dwelling 34 north Ninth 
Simmons Edward, team driver Tenth near Vine 
Sinimons Eliza, raaniua maker 224 south Thirii 
Simmons Isaac, ship-watch 225 Swanson- 
Simmons John, corder 324 north Second 
tSimmons Henry, porter Garden above Vine 
tSimmon John, hairdresser 302 Vine 
Simmons Joseph, merchant 40 Filbert 
Simmons Leeson, merchant Bickley's v/harf dwel- 
ling 201 Mulberry 
Simmons Stephen, lumber merchant 223 nort;'. 

Water 6c 119 Vine 
Simmons Stephen, hairdresser 181 south Front ^: 

180 Water 
Simmons widow of Henry wiley*s court 
Simmons William« balanceweigher 157 Vint' 
Simmons Wm. hatter 389 N. 2d 
Simmons William, jun merchant 214 Pine 
Simon John, tayler 13 South alley 
Simon John, baker 27 Walnut 
Simon John, shoemaker 1 3 Hinckle's couit 
Simon John, labourer Middle alley 
Simon Joseplv, bathhouse Frombcrger's court 
Simon Margaret, widow 13 ^buth alley 
Simon Michael, cooper 220 High 
Simon Jacob, farmer Passyunk 
Simon M cordwainer 124 south Third 
Simon Michael, shipwright Beach n. high bridge 
Simon Philip, bleeder 8c barber Vine below eighth 
Simons John, hatter 137 N. Front 8c Frombcrger's 

court 
Simons Joseph, linen 8c woolen draper 253 s. 2d 
Simons Noah, linen Sc woolen draper 248 s. 2d 
Simons Richard P, tavernkeeper 14 Callowhill 
Simpson Bowman, ferrynian back 69 Christian 
BbbbQ 



. SIM— SIX 

Simpson David, silverplater 2 Locusl 
• Simpson David cooper 153 north Water 
Simpson Elizabeth, 113 German 
Simpson Georp;e, late cashier of the U. iS. Bank 

104 Chesnut \jsee Simson 

Simpson Henry, merchant 3 1 north Front 
Simpson Hannah,, widow (nurse) 158 north Water 
Simpson James, mariner -Swedesalley 
Simpson Jas. grocer 1 south seventh cor. High 
Simpson John, milkman Locust cor. sch. Front 
Simpson John, paperstainer cor. Mulberry &c Broad 
fSimpson Joseph, mariner 5hippen above ^eyenth 
Simpson Mary, seamstrens, 26 Strawberry 
Simpson Richard, shoemaker 258 Lonikbard 
Simpson "Samuel, teacher 273 N". 2d Sc 158 N. 5th 
Simpson William, grocer cor. High Sc sch. *9ixth 
tSimpson William, bleeder. Sec Barclay's alley 

[^See Simes 
Sims John, painter, £cc. 2 IST. 1 1th shop near Arch 
Sims John, taylor 1 10 -Swanson 
Sims Joseph, merchant comptinghouse 155 south 
Water, dwelling s. w. corner Chesnut and 7th 
Sims Joseph juri, gentleman 176 south Third 
Sims Joseph, carpenter 290 Lombard 
Sims Walter, sea captain 153 Walnut 
Sims Wm. ropemaker ridge road n. Biittonwod L. 
Simson John, 229 -Spruce merchant {_see Simfiso7i 
Sin Thos. carter 490 north 3d 
Sinclair James, printer, Sec. 227 Walnut [_s€e Sink 
Sinclair Joseph, wheelright 170 ^Shippen 
Sinclair Margaret, seamstress 305 south Front 
Sinderling Nicholas, carter Beach near Maiden 
Siner John, ropemaker, 483 south Front 
Siner John, brassfounder corner 4th and George 
Siner Jacob, do. do. 

Singer Abraham, gentleman 16 Filbert 
Singer George, coachmaker 20 6'assafras alley 
Singer John (sf Co. merchants 263 High 
Singerly George, taylor 429 north Third 
Singleton Joseph Y. 

Singleton 6'amuel, sea captain 263 south Front 
."Singleton •Stephen, sea captain 85 Penn 



r^inj^lcton Thomas, shipwricjht, 456 south Front 

Sink \braham,' military store 21 Hiiz;h 

Sink Elizabeth, tayloress back 385 south Front 

Sink George, victualler 12th near Vine 

Sink John, farmer, Banks of 6'chuylkill 

Sink Lawrence, cabinetmaker 3 5 Lombard 

Sink William, 21 High 

Sinkler Mary, Walnut above 10th ^ 

Sinkler Mrs. of John C. 391 .Sassafras 

Sinn "Susan, widow 70 "Sassafias 

t^ipple Thomas, sweep master Bradford's alley 

Sips John, labourer sch. Sth near Chcsnut 

Sips Michael, jr. labourer Steinmetz's court 

Sips Michael, labourer 93 north Fourth 

Sirine Joseph, mariner 1 1 Callowhill 

Sisinger John,, shoemaker 438 north Third 

Sisk John, of U. S. army 40 N. 6th 

Sisty John, pocketbook maker 130 Mulberry 

Siter Edward, grocer 266 High [see Suter 

Sitgreaves William, carpenter 149 st. John 

Siviily RJiody, carter 466 .Sassafras 

Sivert Barbaira, widow back 26 north Ninth 

Sixte 'tephen, confectioner 125 south Second 

Skandling Jeremiah, shoemaker 2 Crab 

Skank Edward, labourer Brittons alley 

Skelly Patrick, labourer 2 1 8 north ilxth 

Skellinger William, pilot 452 south Front 

Skelly Thos. brewer 9 Broad dwelling 29 -Sansom 

Skelton Mary, widow 74 New 

Skerrett Jauics, & son blacksmith's Locust above 

Ninth Sc 135 south Ninth [see Scarret 

Skerrett James, jr. blacksmith ?35 south Ninth 
Skerrett James I accomptaiit 154 south Ninth 
Skerrett Josepli, goldsmith LaAvrence 
Skerrett widow ot Joseph, 154 south Ninth 
Skill John, carter back 1 15 'wansofi 
Skillman John, saddler 5 Budd 
t^kelton Robert, woodsawyer Rose street 
Skinner Eliza, widow 119 south Eleventh and 6 

Callowhill 
Skinner Francis H. sea captain 33 CallowhiH 
Skinner Wm. painter, &c. 36 -Strawberry 



SKR«-SMA 

Sldrm George, blacksmith back 15 Filbert 

Skriminger John, brush maker 126 st. John 

Skyrin John, gentleman 134 north Eighth 

Slack Daniel shipwright 12 Brown 

Slack Jacob, grocer High street warf south side 

Slack John, coachmaker 8 little Pme 

Slag Bartholomew sugar boiler 96 Coats 

Sla? John sugar boiler Brewers alley near Third 

Slahter Jacob, tobacconist 136 north Third 

[^see Schloter tP" Schlatter 
Slater John, carpenter 385 •Sassafras 
Slattery Anthony, labourer Marlborough near 

Prince 
Slattery Wra. labourer Queen near Marlborough 
Slaughter Peter C. carpenter 122 Locust and 105 

Budd 
Sleeper 8c Ashton, blacksmiths 94 north Front 
Sleeper James, blacksmith Margaretta near 2d 
Sleeper Jonathan, oakcooper 1 1 1 south Water and 

china store 92 N. Front 
Slemmer Jacob, cedar cooper 439 north Third 
Slentz George, carter 117 Coats ^ 
Sles man Elizabeth, 98 north Front 
Slesman George, merchant 58 north Third 
Slingland Wm. carpenter back 134 south Eightii 
Slingluff Joseph, cornchandler 410 north Third 
Sloan James & John, grocers Qprner High 8c 1 3th 
Sloan Miss, 7 Penn 
Sloan 5arah, widow 74 Almond 
Sloan Wm. sea captain 7 Penn 
Sloan William, stable keeper Drinker's alley 
Sloan Elizabeth, widow Currant alley 
Small Abraham, stationer, &c. 37 south Second 
Small widow of Jacob, grocer 338 -Sassafras 
Small R. carter 259 south Fourth 
Small -Stockdel, wharf-builder Beach near high 

bridge 
Smallman Jas. engineer Walnut near Schuylkill 2d 
Smallwood widow of Isaac, 10 N. 1 1th 
Smallwood Manly, Beach near \Varren 
Smallwood Martha, tavernkeeper 2 Dock 
Smallwood Robert, carter sch. 8th near Vine 



SME— SMI 

'Smalhvood Thomas, cordwainer Petticoat alle.y 
Smedley Jacob, ironmonger 9 1 High 
Smedley Isaac 6c Co. ironmongers 9 1 High 
Smeltz Reinhart, painter, 8cc. 4 Cherry 
Smiley Andrew, pilot 39 Queen (s.) 
Smiley John, {lost 7'ight harid) 225 s. 6th 
Smiley Wm. merchant taylor 98 Chesnut 
Smilie John, tailor 2 Elfrith's alley 
Smith Abigail, widow 103 Chesnut {^See Smyth 
Smith Abraham, mariner Filbert near sch. 6th 
Smith Abraham, shallopman Beach n.high bridge 
Smith Andrew, carpenter 47 Fitzwalter 
Smith Andrew, carpenter Broad near -Spruce 
Smith Andrew, mariner Filbert near sch. 6th 
Smith Andrew, naiior Noble near 3d 
Smith Ann, shopkeeper 152 south Eighth 
Smith Ann, tayioress Locust below Eighth 
Smith Barney, labourer 295 Callowhill 
Smith & Bassett, storekeepers 54 N. 2d 
Smith Benjamin, mate 20 Ar^yle 
Smith Casper, smith 267 -Salsafras 
Smith Catharine, widow 377 N. 4th 
Smith Charles, grocer corner Walnut and Eleventh 
Smith Charles, coachmaker 177 south Third 
Smith Charles Sc Son, storekeeper 249 N. Second 
Smith Charles E. lumber merchant 53 Wood 
Smith Chas. L. grocer 37 s. 3d and 75 Chesnut 
Smith C. labourer sch. 4th near Spruce 
Smith C. E. &c T. lumber merchants, yard N. E. 

corner Vine and iixth 
Smith C, G. baker Latitia court 
Smith Christian, labourer corner West & Cherry 
Smith Cornehus, coachman 154 south Fourth 
Smiih Cornelia, widow 40 Mulberry 
Smith Daniel, shopkeeper 28 Charlottee 
Smith Daniel, storekeeper 2 south -Second 
Smith Daniel, tavernkeeper cor. water 8c draw- 
bridge 
Smith Daniel, grocer*99 north Third 
Smith Daniel merchant 181 south Third 
Smith 5c Dennison, teachers, cor, sixth 8c Chesnut 
Smith Dockeray, merchant 189 Walnut 



SMI— SMI 

Smith Duncan, drayman Juniper alley 
Smith Edward, merchant 156 north Front 
Smith Eli teacher corner sixth Sc Chesnut 
Smith Rev. Elias, 150 south Fifth 
vSmith Elizabeth, widow, 128 Caliowhill 
Smith Elizabeth, widow sixth near Buttonwood 
Smith Elizabeth, widow, Friends* alms House 
Smith Francis Gurney, merchant 172 south Front 
•^Smith Francis, mariner, 10 Hurst 
Smith Francis, back 61 Queen (s.) 
Smith Frederick, 77 Union 

Smith Frederick M. labourer 6th above mill pond 
Smith GeorgCj cooper 176 north Eighth 
Smith George, brickmaker, Juniper near Vine 
Smith widow of George Fourth above Browne 
Smith George, boardinghouse 383 south Front 
Smith George, drayman 100 Plum, 
Smith Geo. R. accomptant 11th near Chesnut 
Smith George W. merchant 156 north Second 
Smith Godfrey, merchanf 9 north Sixth 
Smith Hannah, callenderer back 9 1 north Third 
Smith Hannah, shopkeeper 402 south Second 
Smith Haziel, carpenter 95 south 5econd 
Smith 8c Harding, lumber merchts. 149 N. Water 
Smith and Helmuth, merchants 225 High 
Smith Hemphill, grocer corner Walnut £c I Ith 
Smith v/idow of Henry, corner of Cherry sch. six 
Smith Henry, oak-cooper, back 259 High 
Smith Henry, labourer Maria street 
Smith Henry, n\ariner back 217 -Swanson 
Smith Henry, shopkeeper 254 N. Front 
Smith Hent y, smith corner Laurel and Budd 
S'initli H. 6c J. corner Front and Germantown road 
Smith Hugh, sea captain 74 AliDond 
Smith Mrs. of Isaac, 264 south 'Vixth 
Smith Isabella, boarding-house corner Fifth and 

Lombard 
Smith J. F. teaclier 9 Pear 
Smith J, 8c Fowler, teachers Catharine above Sr. 

cond north side 
Smith Ju( ob, hibourer 112 Caliowhill 
Smith Jacob, shoemaker West's coun 



SMI—bMI 

Smith Jacob, 210 north 6th 

Smith Jacob, late inkeeper 3d near Germantown R. 

Smith Jacob, silversmith 193 North Eighth 

Smith Jacob, taylor 143 south Ninth 

Smith Jacob, surgeon dentist 269 south -Second 

Smith Jacob, plaisterer 179 Cedar 

Smith Jacob, baker Hanover near Bebford 

Smith Jacob, tailor 278 south Fourth 

Smith Jacob, mariner back 1 82 st. John 

Smith Jacob, yeoman Vienna near West 

Smith Jacob, labourer Cherry near Duke 

Smith James, founder Wood above Eighth 

Smith James, saddler Mary 6't. s.) 

Smith James, merchant 2 north 6'ixth 

Smith James, labourer back of 510 north Front 

Smith James, inspector of customs 83 Walnut 

Smith James, merchant 249 Mulberry 

Smith James, 152 south Eighth 

Smith James •S. attorney at law 101 south Fourth 

Smith Jeremiah, brickmaker 13th above -Sassafras 

Smith Job, conveyancer, Sec. 12 Pear & cor. Queen 

8c Front 
^mith Job, teacher 530 north Third 
jmith John, marshal for the district of Pennsj'lvani?, 

102 south Eighth 
Smith John, 390 north Front 
Smith John, shipwright Prince near Palmer 
Smith John, druggist 32 Columbia avenue 
Smith John upholsterer 82 Locust 
Smith John, labourer 10 Walnut 
Smith John, labourer 18 north Tenth 
Smith John, gentleman, 283 Chesnut near Ninth 
Smith Jobn, stonecutter corner 6'eventh and Pine 
Smith John labourer 24 J fi'wanson 
^mith John, grocer 32 south Wharves 
'^mith John, founder Callowhill near Tenth 
^niith John, moulder, upper ferry road 
Smith John, whitesmith 52 and 24 Cedar 
Smith John, grocer 90 6'wanson 
Smith John, founder Mulberry near sch. Front 
Smith John, smith Race near sch. Eighth 
Smith John, smith sch. Eight near V inc^ 



s:mi— SMI 

Smith John, grocer Mulberry near sch. »S'econ«i 

Smith John, coachman, Juniper near Vine 

Smith John mariner back 107 Catharine 

Smith John, tobacconist 32 Coates alley 

^Sn;ith John, shipwright Prince near Palmer 

Smith John, carter west near Cherry 

Smith John, grocer 4th above Brown 

Smith John, druggist, 32 Columbia avenue 

Smith John, tay'or, 382 north -S'econd 

Smith John, innkeeper 72 German 

Smith John, carpet vi^eaver 542 north Third 

Smith John, sea captain 17 Vine 

Smith John, typefounder Bonsall st. 

Smith John A. tobacconist, 257 N. 2d 

Smith John C. merchant 27 -Sansom and 15 Dock 

Smith John D. merchant 107 south Water and U 

Lombard 
Smith John D. carpenter 33 Filbert 
Smith (D. E.) John & «Son, merchants 107 south 

Water and 76 Lombard 
Smith John G. storekeeper 249 N 2d and 201 ^t. 

John 
Smith John M. carpenter 274 north 5'ec6nd 
Smith John R. attorney at law 60 south 5th and 83 

Walnut 
Smith John R. C. merchant 58 s. Front 
Smith John S, merchant 214 south Front 
tSmith John, woodsawyer. Blackberry alley 
Smith Jonas, carter sch. 8th near \^ine 
Smith Jonathan, cashier of the Bank of Pennsyl- 
vania 73 Walnut 
Smith Jonathan B. attorney at law 21 s. 7th 
Smith Jos. merchant Brooke court 
Smith Jos. iron merchant 23 s. Wharves and 81 

Walnut 
Smith Jos^h, carpenter 178 Green 
Smith Joseph, labourer Wood st. (K ) > 
Smith Joseph B. ac com plant 10 old York road 
Smith Justenian, nailer, 62 New 
Smith Lewis, carter Cherry near Duke 
Smith Margaret, widow 192 north Third 
Smith Margaret J. shopkeeper, 2d near Cedar 



bMI— SMI 

Smith Martha, shopkeeper 27 Noble 

Smith Mary, shopkeeper 376 High above 12tii 

Smith Mary, widow 326 s. &th « 

Smith Mary-Ann, teacher, 59 N. 4th 

Smith 8c Mason, oakcoopers Carpentea st. 
-mith Matthias, hairdresser 116 north Third 

omith Miss, 354 High 

Smith Sc Montgomerys, merchants 4 1 N. From 

Smith Sc Morgan, merchants 61 N. Front 

Smith Mrs. of Joseph 140 Locust 

Smith Mrs., boarding-house 83 Walnut 
^mith Sc Mulock, curriers back 102 High 
-mith Nathan, shoemaker, 13 Greenleaf court 
-inith N. A. & J. M. carpenters cor. 5th and Weed 
and 274 N. 2d 
niith Newberry, merchant 62 north -Second 

Smith Oliver, merchant 91 N. 9th 

Smith Paul, blacksmith, corner Broad and •Spruce 

Smith Peter, taylor. 247 north Front 

Smith ^cter, mariner 2 Caliowhill 

Smith Philip, labourer Charles st. 

Smith Philip, grocer, 154 ^ Front and N. E- cor. 

, 'Spruce 
Smith Philip, victualler 257 north Eighth 
^mith Ralph, carpenter 314 N.' 2d 
Smith Ralpii, jun. carpenter Fearis' court 
Smith Rebecca, gentlewoman Brooke court 
Smith Reuben, shipwatch 189 south Front 
Smith Miss Rebecca, 347 Mulberry 
Smith Richard, shoemaker 134 Germafi 
Smith Richard, turner 18 south Tenth 
Smith Richard E. merchant 1 13 north Water 
:)mith Robert, mariner -Swedes alley 
Smith Robert, curbstone-setter, seller and cutter. 
• Barker -St. n. cor. 6'chuylkill -S'lKth and Fligb 
Smith Robert, wheelwright 326 south "Sixth 
Smith Robert, Isf Co. merchants 58 south Front 
Smith Robert T, 376 High above Twelfth 
Smith Rowland, corder 52 Elder 
Smith Samuel, grocer Sc measurer 158 s. Water 
Smith Samuel, gentleman 87 Mulberry 
Smith -Samuel, bricklayer Mechanic street 
C c c c 



SMI— SMI 

omith ^'amuel, blacksmith 347 N. Second 
Smith Samuel, labourer Beach near high bridge 
Smith Samuel, druggist 8cc. 83 & 7& s. Second 
Smikth Samuel, (C.) tanner, ^c, 63 south Third 

and 9 1 Walnut 
t Smith Samuel labourer Bonsall street 
Smith Sarah, mantuamaker, 9 north Fifth 
Smith Sc Serrill, merchants, 8 north Third 
Smith Stephen, merchant 41 N. Front & 10 N. 7th 
Smith Stephen W. merchant 17 Fine 
Smith Theobald, blacksmith 1 15 Pine 
Smith 8c Streeper, grocers, 338 north Third 
Smith Terence, grocer 169 N.^Third corner Vine, 
Smith Thomas, carter 368 north Third 
Si'aith Thomas, accomptant 202 Chesnut 
Smith Thomas, flour merchant 13 north r2th 
Smith Thomas, sailmaker 14 Passyunk Sc back 81 

south Water 
Smith widow of Thomas, 202 north Sixth 
Smith Thos. boardinghouse 8c tavern 1 14 Swanson 
Smith Thomas, lumber mercht. 3 1 New Market 
Smith Thomas, mariner Spafford street 
Smith and Turner, Morocco manufacturers Prune 

near Fifth 
Smith Vincent, accomptant 35 Noble 
Smith widow of Henry, corner sch. Sixth and 

Cherry 
Smith William, carpenter 269 Sassafras 
Smith William, carpenter back 134 south Eighth 
Smith William, carter Lily alley 
Smith William, grocer 390 north Front 
Smith William, jun. merchant 48 south Front 
Smith William, carpenter Osbourn's court 
Smith William, carter 142 Brown 
-Smith William, attorney at law 103 Chesnut 
Smith William, storekeeper 54 north Second 
Smith William, merchant corner High 8c sch. 3d 
^ Smith William, morocco-dresser Kessler's court 
Smith William, baker 60 New 
Smith William, tobacconist 204 south Third 
Smith William, typefounder Bonsall street 
Smith William, shallopman 48 Penn 



SMI— -SNI 

:->mith William, tavern keeper 19 Chesnut 
Smith William, inn keeper (sign of the waggon) 

340 north Third 
Smith William, Patton's court 
Smith William, accomptant back 239 s. -Second 
Smith William, m. b. 27 "Sansom 
Smith William, bricklayer Juniper near Chcny 
tSmith W^m. mariner 9 St. Mary . 
Smith Wm. H. varnish maker 165 south 3d 
Smith 8c Wood, merchants 47 north Water 
Smith widow of George, 3 Fayette 
Smith widow of Robert, 134 6'wanson 
Smither James, engraver 143 Mulberry 
Smither John, confectioner N. E. corner 3d uiiCi 

Walnut 
Smothers Joshua, oysterman, 238 Lombard 
Smyth Edward, grocer S. E. cor. 2d and Christian 

[^See Smith 
Smyth Lambert, groger 255 s. Seventh 
Smyth John, accomptant, 4 Harmony st. 
Smyth Peter, boarding house 9 Fromberger's court 
Smyth widow of James, 34 Columbia avenue 
Snagg Thos. carter 82 Brown 
Sneathen David J. grocer corner Callowhill and 

Garden 
Sneathen James, shallopman, 163 'S'hipptn 
Sneck Benjamin, grocer 176 N. 3d 
Sneck widow of George, victualler Laurence 
Sneck George, victualler Eighth above Vine 
Sneck Jacob, victualler 154 N. 5th 
Sneck Philip, victualler James 
Sneed Mrs. widwife 3 *Vwanson 
Sneed Laven, inspector of lumber 3 -Swanson 
Snelbaker Philip, tobacconist 194 N. Water 
Snell Benjamin, sea captain 404 south Front 
Snell James, sea captain 14 Green 
Snell Mary, widow -SteTnmetz court 
Snell Philip, grocer cor. Callowhill and old York 

road 
Snider David, labourer Vine near sch. Eighth 
Snider Jacob, shoemaker 46 Elder 



SNI-~SN¥ 

Snider Jacob, jun. shoemaker 17 north 8 th and 1:4 
Elder 

Snider John, gardener Irish lane near Cedar 
Snow ^-ilas, carpenter 324 Vine 
Snowden Ann, widow 212 Pine 
.^-nowdcn Isaac, gentleman 266 Mulberry 
Snowden Joseph 6". ropemaker and shipchandlei- 

•Spruce street wharf 
Snowden Rebecca, widow 208 south 3d 
-Snowden Thomas, printer 4 Chester street 
Snowden Thomas, carpenter 95 north Eleventh 
Snowden Leonard, china merchant 244 and 246 

N. 3d 
Snowden widow of George, Scott's alley 
Snyder Adam, chairmaker 116 Brown 
Snyder Benedict stocking-weaver 20 North alley 
Snyder Catharine, widow 408 N. 3d 
Snyder Catharine, widow Buttonwood near 5tli 
Snyder Catharine, widow 15 Charlotte 
Snyder Charles, watchman -Shackamaxon 
Snyder Catharine, boarding house 214 Walnut 
Snyder Christian, innkeeper (sign of Pennsylvania 

Farmer) 214 north Third 
Snyder Christian, cabinetmaker 49 north Fourth 
Snyder & Crombargar, flour merchants 314 High 
Snyder Daniel, combmaker, 1 1 7 Brown 
Snyder Elizabeth, grocer, corner 'Spruce and 6th 
Snyder Enoch, coach-wheelwright Lemon st. and 

Race 
Snyder George, inn keeper Bush Hill Hotel 
Snyder George, cordwainer 24 Duke (N. L.) 
Snyder George, carpenter 324 6th below •Shipper: 
Snyder George A. grocer 4 Bread st. , 
Snyder 8c Haas, painters, See. 289 N. Front 
Snyder Henry, tinplate worker 30 Ann (M. L. ; 
Snyder Harman, cabinet maker 191 N. Eighth 
Snyder Henry, painter 88 Gre^n 
Snyder Jacob, dealer 210 High 
Snyder widow of Jacob, Wood near Duke 
Snyder Jacob, taylor 329 Mulberry 
Snyder John, deputy sheriff Oak, (N. L.) 
Snyder John, grocer 321 High /lJ&tfi47 ft<^ W* 



SNY— SpK 

Snyder widow, Button wood above Charles 
Snyder John, brickmaker Cedar near sch. 5th 
Snyder John, jr. brickmaker, Chesnut above 13th 
Snyder Charles, watchman "Shackamaxon 
Snyder Joseph, smith 79 Penn and 2 1 Little water 

and 18 AS'wanson 
Snyder Joseph, gilder and composition manufac- 

turer 105 Walnut 
Snyder Lewis, labourer 5 above Noble 
Snyder Margaret, shopkeeper 74 north Fourth 
Snyder Mary, nurse 72 New 
Snyder Michael, labourer James street 
Snyder 8c Myers, smiths^ cor. .S'wanson & Christian 
Snyder Mrs. widow, grocer cor. Branch 8c Fourth 
Snyder 5bphia, grocer 35 Passyunk 
Snyder Thomas, brickmaker Hicory lane above 6 
Snyder widow of David, 150 Brown 
Snyder widow of Ludwick, 465 north Third 

\^see 'oc/ineider 
Sny der widow, Buttonwood above Charles 
Soast John S. bleeder cor. of Fifth 8c Buttonwood 
Sobbe Walter, painter Sec. 373 south Front 
Soby Mrs. of David, smith Goddard's alley 
Soch John, weaver Germant. Road above •Seccmd 
fSockom 'Stephen, shoemaker 23 Union 
Soderstrcim Richard, consul general from -Sweden 

corner Eleventh and Chesnut 
Soffe John, shoemaker corner Moyamensing and 

Wharton 
Solomon Henry, 175 south Seventh 
Solomon Samuel, accomptant 175 south Seventh 
Solomon widow of Myers, 175 south ^'eventh 
Solms Jacob, merchant 6 south alley 
5ommer John, m. d 100 Mulberry 
Tommer John Jacob, merchant! 17 north -Second 
'Dommers Mrs. widow. Noble above -Second 

l^see Summers 
Soncs Agnes shopkeeper 14 -South alley 
iongster John, labourer Deans alley below Locust 
iongster William, labourer Cherry near Juniper 
Sonntag W^illiam, L. merchant 28 north Fifth 
ork -Simon, labourer Prince near Wood 
C c c c ^ 



SOR-^SPA 

Sork George^ labourer Duke (K) 
Sorner John, labourer Carpenters* {S.j 
Souder Casper, ropemaker iShackamaxon 
Souder Charles, jun. bricklayer 297 north -^ 
Souder Charles, bricklayer Lily alley 
Souder C. victualler Frankford R. n. -Shackamaxors 
Souder Elizabeth, boardinghouse 196 north Fifth 
Souder Jacob, bricklayer 3 1 5 north 2d 
Souder Jacob, jun, bricklayer Kunckel n. Green 
Souder Jacob, victualler Marlborough near Prince 
Souder John, late innkeeper 390 north §d 
Souder widow of John, bricklayer 32S "Sassafras 
Souder widow of Jehu, shopkeeper 14 Kunckel ' 
Souder Philip, musician 207 north Water 
Souder Thomas M. bricklayer 312 High 
Souders Casper, boot and shoemaker 34 Chesnut 
SoUifrain John, hairdresser 95 north Front 
Sousman John, labourer Beach above Marlborough 
South Elizabeth, seamtress back 1 1 2 Walnut 
Southwick Thomas, labourer cor. Beach 8c Maiden 
Souty Mrs. seamstress 13 Carter's alley 
'S'owerby iV/ary, chinastore 152 south Fourth 
Sowers D. victualler James street 
Sowers George, victualler James street 
Sowers widow of John, James street 
Sowers Henry, drayman Garden 
- Sowers Jacob, labourer 40 Charlotte 
Sowers Henry, drayman Garden street 
Sowers Wm. brickmaker Rugan st. 
Spackman Samuel, merchant 132 ^Spruce and 2-* 

Church alley 
Spangela John, merchant 127 Spruce 
Spangler Geo. blacksmith 250 s. Front 8c 32 Cedar 
Spangler Henry, blacksmith 32 Cedar 
Sparhawk widow of John, 67 south 2d 
Sparke Hugh, feedstore, &c. 270 High 
Sparks Jacob F. toljacconist, 446 s. Front 
Sparks Robert, cabinetmaker 154 Coates' 
Sparks widow of R, F. blockmaker 163 south 2d 
Sparks -Samuel wood corder 182 -Swanson 
Sparks Thomas, plamber and shot manuf. 49 si 

Wharves and 348 s, Front 



:; - oPR 

sparks .Sarah Nvidow, 272 5wanson 
Spaven Robert, blacksmith Aspen alley 
Speaker Peter, smith 63 Locust above Eightli 
Spcakinan Hantiah, widow 178 Mulberry 
Sp^akman John, druggist, &c. cor. 2d and High 
Speakman Sc 5ay, apothecaries and Druggists, N. 

W. cor. High and 2d 
Spear George, tailor 34 N. Water, and 9 Combs' 

alley 
Specht George, grocer 319 north Third 
Specht Jacob, victualler Charles st. 
Speck Charles, baker, 26 Pcwterplatter alley 
Speel George, baker 140 north Front 
Speel widow of John, baker 46 Strawberry 
Spencer James S. mecchant '4 and S Church alley 
Spencer James, victualler Moyamensing below 

Federal 
Spennanberg B. taylorcsa, Oak near Brown 
Spennenberg Charlotte, storekeeper 68 north 2d 
Sperry Jacob, merchant 1 10 Mulberry 
Sperry F. W. merch.ant 101s. Front and 113 s. 4th 
Spickennagle ^Fm. cabinetmaker corner Chesnut 

and 7th 
Spicer Frances, dry goods store 452 south Front 
Spicer Jacob, 225 s, 3d 
Spitgle Jolm, cowibmaker 247 Vine 
Spiegle Susannah widow, FFalnut near Eleventh 
Spiers John, ropemaker 500 soqJ.h 2d 

^See S/iirers and Spears. 
Spiers Peter, ropemaker, Moyamensing n. Prime 
Spillard widow of Henry, innkeeper, 418 s. Front 
Spilliert John, .stftvedorei 100 Swanson 
Spohn IVvn. grocer corner Sassafras and 2d 
Spoftbrd Jacob, sea captain 27 new market 
Spooner Sc Girvan, curriers 2 1 Chesnut 
Spooner Wm. currier 28 ChurcL^alley 
Spotswood il/rs. of Wm. il/echanic st. 
Spotswood widow of Wm. printer 12 N. 6th 
Spotts George, tobacconist new market near Pegg 
Spragg Richard, jr. dealer 145 south 3d 
Spragg Richard k Son, dealers i7 Dock 
Spraggs Joseph, cooper 8V south Front 



SPR— STA 

Spriggs Mrs, widow, 313 north Third 
Sprenger Joseph C. merchant 66 N. Third 
Springer A. bonnetmaker 6 Strawberry 
Springer Benj. late inn keeper 6 Strawberry 
Springer Francis, carpenter 244 Lombard 
Springer widow, teacher Juniper lane 
Springer John, tanner old roacLnear Noble 
Springer John, painter, &c. 85 Brown 
iSpringer Joseph, shipwright Frankford road cor- 
ner Bedford 
Springs teel Alex, labourer George near sch. 4th 
Sproat James W. gentleman 252 N. 2d 
Sprogel Ann, mantuamaker 448 north 2d 
Sprogel Edward, cotton, hay, 6cc. packer cor, 4th 

and Christian 
Sprogell Ludwick, joiner 8 York court and Ann 

near fViWovf 
Spron Isaac, printer, 82 Green 
Sproul James, cooper back 83 sbuth Water 
Spryes M, dealer 66 Callowhill ISee a/iicrs. 

Squire Charles C 251 north Front 
Srader A/ary, widow Charlotte 
Stackhouse A- tayloress James alley 
Stackhouse Amos* chinastore 178 north Front 
Stackhouse H. hatter 16 Vine 8c 176 north Fyont 
Stackhouse Powell, cabinetmaker 176 north Front 
Stackhouse Samuel, bricklayer Afechanic street 
Stackhouse -Sarahj washerwoman Shields* alley 
Stacks Henry, labourer 184 St. Johns 
Stacy 'Sarah, widow of John, 39 Almond 
Stafford John, segar maker, iWark*s lane 
Stafford Robert, m. d. 21 fc 25 Pine 
Stat»g TeuHs, cordwainer, 93 Queen («.) 
Stagner Lewis, nailer 215 St. John 
Stainer Joseph, labourer 137 5wanson 
Stainrook David, smith Brewer's alley near Third 
Stainrook h Thon^as, smiths, cor. old York ?c 4th 
Stall F shipr handler & ropemaker, Bickley's 
wharf & Ridge road near Logan [^Sce St^It 
Stall Mrs. boa'dinghouse 78 north Third 
Stall \''alentine, victualler Laurence 
Stallard James, stablekeeper 36 Pine. 



STA— STE 

~^ 
Mam per 6arah, g€ntle\voman 68 Pine 
Uanbrough Josiah, mariner 234 north Water 
itanclift'i1/rs. teacher 102 Plum 
•itandbridge John C. merchant 5 south Ninth 
-^tanert Henry, carpenter corner sch, 7th Sc Race 
Stanfield "Sarah, nurse 60 Penn 
Stanford William, shoemaker frood near Prince 
Jtanly Norris, merchant 1 1 German 
•tamnire Casper, oakcooper <Steinmetz court (n.l.) 
■■•tanmiie Wm. cooper 5 E. corner Centre square 
itaniaiie $c Hoffman, coopers 1 3th below High 
^tant Margaret, Loxley's court 
Stanton P. woodsawyer 306 Callowhiil 
Stanton Richard, shoemaker and dealer, 182 N. 3d 
Stark Peter, manner 79 Budd 
Starkey George, bricklayer 206 Lombard 
•^tarkey J. merchant, Chesnut I door below llili 
^tarr Henry, printer 364 south 2d 
Starr James, gentleman 31 Vine 
Starr widow of John, 19 Keys' alley 
Starr Mrs widow 95 5t. John's 
Starr Moses, smith back of 47 Charlotte 
Starr Richard,dye sinker Moyamensing road below 

Federal 
Starrat Ezekiei, drayman Federal near 2d 
Star rat John, hatter 25 Green 
States Thoma5,c ordwainer Kunckel above Noble 
Statzeil Henry, brassfounder 94 Sc 96 Green 
Statzell Jacob, jun. carter "St. John's 
-•tatzell Jacob, carter 96 Green 
Staughlon Rev. Wm. pastor of the Baptist church 

in Ransom st. — n. w. corner Filbert and 8th 
Staylor widow of Wm. 28 Spruce 
Staylor, Wra. mariner 270 south Front 
^tead Henry, printer 22 Cedar 
Steadman Alexander, silversmith 71 Green 
Stear widow of John, 291 Callowhiil [^see Steer-i 
Stearger Martin, baker Poplar near 4th 
Steel Alexander, magistrate 1 5 German 
Steel A. chairmaker 122 s. 2d & Elmslie's alley 
oteel Archibald, inspector of customs 96 Spruce 
Steele Catharine, tavernkeeper 255 Cedar 



STE— STE 

oteel Eve, washerwoman 2 1 1 south 'Seventh 

[^see St ell and Stall 
Steel James, shipwright 72 Budd 
Steel James, flour merchant 29 Walnut 
Steel John-, merchant centre 190 High 
Steel widow of John, labourer 67 Queen («S.) 
Steel John, iabourer 1 1 Christian 
Steel Gen. John, collector of the Port 216 Pine 
Steel Joseph, pianemaker sch. Fifth near Chesnui 
Steel Josiah, carpenter Mulberry near sch. Third 
Steel iV/ary, widow 223 Callowhill 
Steel ikfatthias S. sea captain 18 Ann (N. L.) 
Steel Rebecca, H. ^Fatson's alley 
Steel Robert, silverplater 223 Callowhill 
Steel Robert, flour and grain merchant -Spruce 

street wharf 
Steel Thoijias, morocco dresser 36 Ann (N. L.) 

and near ^flllow 
Steele Thomas B. tavernkecper (yellow cottage} 

•Second below Greenwich 
Steel widow of John, 123 Coats' 
Steel Wrci, merchant 85 s. f^harves £c 43 5prucc 
Steen James, carpenter Sixth below Cedar 
Steenberg Abraham, merchant 7 "south iSecond 
Steers Isaac, carpenter Cedar above Eleventh 
Steever Daniel, boaixlinghouse 16 north Ninth 
Steever Daniel, jun. chairmaker 397 north Third 
Steever Henry, tavernkecper 100 High 
Stein Abraham, dealer in watches 86 north Third 

\_see S tines 
Steinauer Adam, oakcooper 33 Vine 
Steinauer iWichael, shoemaker 33 Vine 
Steiner rf^illiam cooper 112 north -Seventh 
Steinman John, blacksmith 2 above G. T. Road 
Steinmetz Daniel, t^y lor Trotter's alley 
Steinmetz Daniel, merchant 22 W^alnut & 5pruce 

above Ninth 
Steinmetz John, carpenter Kunckel above Noble 
Steinmetz Jacob, late brickmaker Hicory lane 

above 6th 
Steinmetz Jacob, jr. brickmaker cor. Buttonwood 

U Ridge 



STE— STE 

-teinmetz Aliss gentlewoman 270 Chesnut 
Steinmetz 5arah, widow 1 6 Pewterplatter alley 
Stcinmetz /rilliam brickmaker 330 north Second 
Stell James, innkeeper n. 1st gate Germantown R. 
Stelwaggon Daniel S. sea captain 1 3 Cherry 
Stel waggon F. merchant 207 north Front 
Stelwaggon Jesse L. iron merchant 146 Callowhill 
Stenwyk Dominick grocer 226 north Water 
Stephan C teacher of music 56 north 5th 
Stephens David, feedstore 131 north Fourth 
Stephens George, culnailei' 446 & 448 N. Front 
Stephens John C. shoemaker 10 Pine 
Stephens Margaret, mantuaniaker 4 1 5 Sassafras 
Stephens R. grocer 9 Small 
Stephens Rebecca, widow 87 Coats* 
Stephens Richard, carpenter Torr's court 
Stephens Solomon, labourer Clferry above 1 1th 
Stephenson John, shoemaker 480 north 2d 
Stephenson John, bricklayer 24 1 sduth 6th 
Stephenson Peeiy, cordwainer 179 south Front 
tephenson Wm. gentleman 3 York buildings 
*.err George, carpenter corner Tammany & 4th 
tetler Henry, sinith corner Germantown R. Sc 2d 
•letler Henry jun. do. do. 

tetser Peter, shallopman 125 Swanson 
l«ctson Silas, carpenter 524 south Front 
Stevens Hardy, mariner Christian near Fifll. 
Stevens John, grocer 277 north 2d 
Stevens Joseph, sea captain 247 north Front 
Stevens Joshua, carpenter 1S2 north 5d 
Stevens Louisa, washerwoman 190 Lombard 
Stevens Sanmel, copperplate printer Eleventh be- 
low Locust 
tevens Samuel, cutler, &c. 99 north 2d 
tevens Sarah, widow Gofortl^^llfcy 
btevens Thomas, carpenter Bonsall street 
Stevenson Allen, grocer corner Cedar and 12th 
Stevenson Augustine, storekeeper 225 north 3d 
Stevenson Cornelius, carpenter 47 CJeorge (S.) 
.evenson Crooke, merchant 35 north Water and 

78 south Fifth 
(evenson John, coachmaker 1 lih below Locust. 



STE— -STE 

Stevenson John, labourer 241 south 6tk 
Stevenson John, labourer 6'heaff's alley 
t Stevenson Joseph, labourer il/ary's alle.y 
Ttevenson Joseph, cook 5 Almond 
Stevenson Mary A. milliner 147 south 2d 
Stevenson Mrs, of 'S'amuel,»374 north 2d 
Stevenson Peiry, shoemaker 48 Penn . 
Stevenson Mrs. of Robert, Liberty alley 
Stevenson Samuel, H. grocer corner TValnnt & 9tn 
Stevenson T'^illiam, city surveyor 8 1 Union 
Stevenson fTilliam, currier 217 north Third 
xStevenson TVm. labourer Cor. Chesnut & sch. 6th 
Stev^'ard Charlesr teacher 358 N. Front cor. Green 
StevvardVCharles, smith 358 N. Front cor. Green 
Steward John, shipwright 1 Budd 
Steward Jara^s, carpenter 31 German 
Steward James, labourer Anne above Twelfth 
Steward 8c f^^ltber^er, lumber yard coiner 2d aiid 

Poplar lau^ ♦ 
Stewardson Thomas, merchant 90 Mulberry 
Stewart Aaron, tailor Whitehall 
t Stewart A. labourer Cedar above 12th 
Stewart Alexander, f^rocer 18 Small 
Stewart x\ndrew, bridlebit and stirrup maker 454 

N. 2d « . 

Stewart Andrew, tavernkeeper cor. Vine Sc Front 
Stewart Charles, bonnet warehouse 27 n. 2d 
Stewart Capt. Charles, of U. S. navy 219 spruce 
Stewart Elizabeth, teacher Watson's alley 
Stewart Francis, smith 'S'assafras above 10th 
Stewart George, carpenter Juniper lane 
Stewart Henry, calico printer old York near Ger- 

mantown road 
Stewart James, labourer Ann above 12tli 
Stewart James, plai^rer 73 Locust above 8tli 
Stewart James, grocer ^16 Sassafras 
Stewart John, grocer corner Callowhill and 10th 
Stewart John, printer 59 Arch 
j Stewart John, sawyer Marlborough near Queen 
Stewart Joseph, carpenter 10th above 6'assafias 
Stewart Margaret, widow Elbow lane 
Stewart Margaret, widow 9 Wagner's alley 
Stewart Matthew, labourer Alban st. 



STE— STI 

Stewart Nibses, grocer 298 High, dwelling 394 

Race 
Stewart Moses k John, grccers corner Callowhill 

and Tenth 
Stewart Mrs. of CharK-G, 94 Biidd 
Stewart Mrs. widow r2 s. Fifth 
Stewart Peter, sign painter, 150 s. Eighth 
Stewart Robert, smith iV/'Ginnes' court 
Stewart Samuel, m. d. 20 Prune 
Stewart 5amuel, sea captain 210 s. Fourth 
Stewart v^amuel, late carrier 447 north Front 
Stewart ^Sarah, widow 17 Plum 
Stewart T. sailmakerxSpruce street wharf and 15b 

south Front 
Stewam: jfhomas, painter, Sec. 78 Dock Sc 7 Lodtre 
Stewart T'homas carpenter 182 Lombard 
Stewart Thomas, back 58 Eider 
.Stewart Walter, carpenter cor. Chesnut Sc sch. 6ih 
Stewart vidow of Duncan, gentlewoman Lily alley 
Stewart ^rilliam, shall opman Lolars court 
Stewart mHiam, bricklayer 20 Queen (5.) 
Stewart r/m. carpenter 462 N, 3d 
Stewart H'm. carpenter 11 Knight's court 
Stewart irni. H. ornamental painter, &c. 109 IVal' 

nut and 13 Marshall's alley 
Stidham Isaac, shoemaker back 207 St. John 
Stief John, baker 126 north Fifth 
vStiff widow of John, washerwoman 7 Crab 
Stiies Benjamin, gentleman cor. High and Utli 
Stiles Felix, carter 407 N. 2d ( 

Stiles Jacob, carpenter 29 Duke (N. L.) 
Stiles James, shoestore 166 High 
Stiles John, tanner, 2nd above German town road 
Stiles John, lumber merchant 41 1 north Front 

L*^^ ^^^''^ ^"^ ^i^'^< 
Stiles John, carter 440 north Front 

Stiles Robert, brickhy/sr 44 Vine 

Stiles -Samuel, shoemaker 134 St. John's 

Stiles & Talmage, shoestore 1 66 Hii^h 

Stiles Thomas T. printer, office UN. 7th back of 

TV/oore k Herkness's, dwelling 367 Milberry 

•^till Ishrael, woodsawyer 124 Christian 

Dddd < 



STI— STO 

fStil -Samson, carter corner Lombard and 12tb 

Stillas Mrs. boardinghouse 93 Lombard 

Stille Benjamin, merchant 208 il/ulbeny 

Stille Beni. &c -Saml merchants 33 ^uth fFater 

Stille John, merchant 146 ChesniU 

Stille Mvs. gentlewoman 40 south Front 

Stille "Samuel, merchant 232 -Spruce 

Stiller Henry, jun. blacksmith cor. German town 

road and 2d 
Stillwell Aaron, sea captain 29 German 
Stiltz John D. baker 1 Chancery lane 
Stim.mel P. Sc Friend, tobacconists 334 High 
Stimmel Philip, tobacconist 334 Highland Pear- 
son's court 
Stinceman Jacob, cordwainer Greenwich street 
Stine Jacob, feedstore 2 & 3 south "Seventh 
Stine John, malster Front near Cherry 
Stine Afary, widow -Spruce near sch. Seventh 
Stinebeck Adam, victualler Laurence 
Stiueford George, baker back 353 south Front 
Stinehouer Tf illiam, shoemaker 239 .St. John 
Stinemeyer Jacob, labourer 55 north Eighth 
Stinemire George, labourer George near Broad 
Stinger Jane, mantuamaker 127 -Spruce 
Stinger John, baker 146 -Spruce 
Stinger Joseph, coachman 176 -Sassafras 
Stinger Philip, glass blower rrood near Duke 
Stinger Eve, widow 7 Kunckel 
Stinsen John, labourer W alnut alley 
Stintsman Caspar, ropemaker Hanover near Queen 
Stites Peter, taylor 16 Little Water 
St. /ohn Charles, -Juniper alley 
St. John widow of Richard, mariner 349 s. Front 
Stock David, painter J4 eavers alley 
Stock Frederick, labourer 4th above Tammany 
Stock ^ohn, painter Sec. 1 1 south -Seventh 
Stock Philip, gardener Tammany above Fourth 
Stock Philip, painter Sec 40 Zane 
Stocker Anthony, meixhant 201 south Front 
Stocker John C. jun. merchant 222 Pine 
Stocker John Clement, merchant 188 southFront 
Stocker ilfargaret, gentlewoman 193 south Front 



STO— STO 

."Ntocker Robert, bordinghouse 14 Argyle 
Stockley & ./obson, merchant taylors 77 Arch 
vStockiey JMHiam, taylor 77 Arch 
Stockman Christian, mariner 49 Christian 
Stockton E. B. merchant 157 fFalnut 
Stockton John, baker Eleventh below Locust 
Stockton iaml. collect, of accounts Hoffman's alley 
Stockton ^riliiam, T. proprietor of the New-York 
and Baltimore stages, office 43 Sc dwelling 4 Is. 4th 
Stnddart John, merchant 22 north Third 
Stoddlemun Jn. woodsawyer Brewer's alley N. 4th 
Stogdon Job, shallopman Cooper's court (N. L.) 
Stoerger A/artin, baker Poplar near Fourth 
Stokely -V. tailor 18 Little J/ater 
Stokes Benjamin, flour store 153 north Water 
Stokes B. and J. fiour and feed store 221 N. Front 
Stokes Ellis, hardware merchant 45 Fligh 
Stokes George, green tree tavern 5 8 Plum 
Stokes Joshua, jun. carpenter 23 New A/arket 
Stokes Joshua, feed store 19 Brown Sc 440 N Front 
Stokes Joseph, flour merchant Baker's alley 
Stokes >A/ary, shopkeeper 54 south 6ccond 
Stokes •Sarah, widow Lombard near sch. 'Sevent!; 
Stokes TJiomas, late tax collector 43 New A/arket 
Stokes Thomas, jun. plaisterer 46 Chester 
Stokes rrilliam» F. in:ipector of butter Sec 62 N. 

Hater and Fromberger's court 
Stokes rriUiara, shoemaker 145 Vine 
Stollenwerck P. M. clock and watch maker and 

mechanist in general Eleventh above High 
Stokly A/ary, widow 438 south Front 
Stone Baltus, labourer back 41 Prime 
Stone Benjamin, painter Sec. 5 Hartung's alley 
Stone widow of Daniel, shopkeeper 1 19 north 2d 
Stone J'acob, tanner Kimckie near Green 
Stone ^ohn, cedarcooper 31 Charlotte 
Stone /ohn, labourer corner Eighth and Green 
Stone niliiam, hiiirdresser 29 vYwanson 
Stone /Filliam. mariner Tenth above Race 
Stoneman 6amuel, mate 105 Catharine 
Stones -Samuel, merchant 66 south Eighth 
Stoops Ami, tutoress Goforth alley 



Stop John, innkeeper (Bull's head) 235 N. Third 
Storer -Samuel, tavernkeeper 89 south iFater 
Stork Aaron, wholesale and retail store south east 

corner iShippen and Fourth 
Story George, 30 Christian 
Story James, mariner, 80 Penn 
Story -Samuel, currier 109 & 113 Chesnut 
Story -S'amuel Isi' Co. curriers 109 Chesnut 
Story -Susan, fv^idow back 10 -Shippen 
Story Thomas, labourer back 353 south Front 
Story f'l^lliam, cutnailer 126 Lombard 
Stotesbury Arthur, sea captain 24 Uaion 
Stothart & -Starkey, merchants 233 High cor. 6th 
Stothart,_widow of Andrew, back 25 1 Race 
Stothart ^FiiUam merchant 349 High 
Stotherd John, drover -Sassafras near sch. Eighth 
StothoffGarrett,cryer of mayor's court Juniper lane 
Stotsenburgh John, carter -Sassafras n. sch. Eighth 
Stotsenburgh M. widow -Sassafras n. sch. Eighth 
Stott Jacob, carpenter 8 Knight's court 
Stouse Joseph, m. d. 417 K^. -Second cor. Coats 
Stout George P. welldigger 125 Coats' 
Stout George, bricklayer 123 Coats 
Stout Jacob, travelli^jg stationer, Frankford R. 

above Queen 
Stout John, saddle Sc harncssmaker 26 -Spruce 
Stout John, labourer 32 Charlotte 
Stout iWargaret, boarding house 99 south Fifth 
Stout P. John, stationer Frankford Road n. Queen 
Stout -S'eymour, oakcooper 45 5 north Third 
Stout rrilliam hue sugar boiler 5 1 Callowhill 
Stove John, shipwright Marlborough near Beach 
Stow Charles, taylor 19 north Fourth 
Stow John, turner 76 -Sassafras 
Stow Mrs of Isaac, Oak near Brown 
Stow Lazarus, shoemaker 2 12 Cherry 
Stowers John, (Robinhoodinn) Highn. S'chuyl. 6th 
-Stoy widow of Peter, Beach near Penn 
Strack Peter, flower inspector -S'teinmetz*s court 
Strahan widow of Gregory, innkeeper 190 s. 8th 
Strahan Joseph, carpenter 2^88 Lombard 
Stran James, mate lop Christian 



bTR— STR 

btran 3/rs. of i/ames, Oak (N. L.) 
Strang Peter, carter 237 'north Front 
Stratton Benjamin, blockmaker 90 Spruce 
Stratton Rev. Fithian, Queen near 6'hackamaxo!i 
Stratton Isaiah, teacher 6th near Germantown R. 
Stratton ^oel, inspect, of lumber &c. 51 1 N. Front 
Stratton -^ohn, innkeeper 28 south i'ixth Cornc: 

Carpenters alley 
Stratton ./ohn, nierchant 164 5wanson 
Stratton ^ohn, sawyer 19 f*ewterplatter alley 
Stratton John, carter 56 New Market 
Stratton Levi, carpenter 75 Budd 
t Stratton T. & C waiters Green's court 
Stratton Sc ^iP ulton, blockniakers 115 south TFateT 
Stratton Priiliam jun. oakcooper back 143 Coats' 
Strawbrid^e ^olin, merchant 52 south n'harves k 

159 ^Fiilnut 
Strayline George, taylor 500 Vine 
Streaker Elias, shipwright Liberty alley 
Streaker Richard, distiller 186 south Ihird 
Streeper George, grocer 338 north 3d 
Streeton George, shipwright Penn (K.) 
Streiper .Samuel, drayman 1 2th above Race 
Strcmbeck .^ucab, measurer of painter's work and 

innkeeper 197 Chesnut 
Strembeck ^ohn, tavernkeeptr Ridge road above 

Francis 
Strembeck friliiam, painter Sec. 178 6'wanson 
Streper John, cut nailor High near sch. .Seventh 
Stretch Bradway, grocer Cathai'ine street wharf 
Stretch Jonathan, watchman above 543 north Third 
Stretcher Firnex, carpenter 129 south ^ixth 

\^s(e Stryker 
Stretcher Thomas, carpenter TFalnut above Tenth 
Streton ./bhn, shipwright Oak near Brown 
Strieker A. brushmaner 189 High and back 185 
Strieker Charles, skin dresser Roger's court 
Stricver Daniel, tobacconist 189 High 
Strieker Isaac, coppersmith 339 north Second 
Strieker Leonard, tanner 60 Green 
Strieker 6". Clever alley 
Strickland /ohn, carpenter 95 north Ninth 
D d d d 2 



STR—STU 

Strickland fTilliam, architect and engineer 22 N. 

Eighth 
Strieby Adam, carpenter and tavernkeeper 402 

north Front " 

Sftring Peter, labourer Emlen*s court 
Stringer Peter, labourer 14 5ugar alley 
Strong widow of »/oseph, m. d. S, E. corner Cedur 

and Front 
Strong S. sea captain 256 north Front 
Stroup ^ohn &: Son, taylors 8 and 12 north rFaler 

and 127 north Front 
Stroup ^ohn, jun. taylor 125 north Front 
StroopVbhn, blacksmith 38 8 north Third 
Stroup John, victualler Apple street 
Strous Jacob, wheelwright 41 Zane 
Strowman Joseph, taylor 106 Plum 
Stryker Peter A. storekeeper 153 north •Second 

[see Strieker 
Stryker Mrs. widow Clever alley 
Stuart Henry, tavernkeeper 113 south J^'ater 
Stuart Isabella, grocer 102 "Vhippen 
Stuart James, mariner back 22 Callowhill 
Stuart James, grocer CaUowhiil street wharf 
Stuart James, plaisterer 73 Locust 
Stuart James, inspector of customs 155 Cedar 
Stuart James, grocer 207 south -Second 
Stuart John, inn (Captain Hull) 34 north -Sixth 
Stuckert Henry, baker 362 north Third 
•Stuckert Henry J. druggist, &:c. cor. 2d & -Shipper 
Stull Adam, shoemaker 334 -Sassafras 
Stall William, woodsawyer 288 Arch 

[see Stell and Sliii 
Stull William, jun. shoemaker 292 Arch 
Stults Mrs. of William, 209 st. John 
Stulz Michael, cordwainer 371 north Fourth 
Stump John, labourer Moyamensing road 
Stupard John, labourer Davison's alley 
Sturk Jacob, shoemaker Fourth near George 
Sturdevine Margaret, shopkeeper 1 1 Cedar 
Sturgis Anthony, carter 323 Callowhill 
Sturgis Daniel, blacksmith back 38 German 
Sturgis John, paperhanger 304 s. 6lhn. Fitzwaiter 



•iuvgis Joseph, watchmaker 7 Fitzwalt>er 
vSturgis M. paperhanger 13 Hurst 
Sturgis Peter, boot and shoemaker 138 south Fifth 
Sturgis S. shopkeeper 1 16 north 5'econd 
Stutzer Peter, brickmaker sch. Eighth near Vine 
Subers Amos, lead potter 372 north Front 
Such Jesse, carter 140 Callowhill 
Suddinger Jacob, saddle tree maker 2d above Otter 
Suiger Christian, baker 161 St. John 
Sulger Jacob, sea captain 20 Budd 
Suiger Jacob, jun. merchant 161 Mulberry 
Sullender widov/, tavern keeper 484. north Third 
Sullivan Catharine, boarding house 180 south 2d 
Suirivan Hannah, shopkeeper M'Ginnes' court 
Sullivan Jeremiah, 51 Mulberry 
Sullivan John T. stationer N. E. cor. Front Sc High 

dwelling 149 south Second 
Sullivan Joshua, spread eagle inn 285 High 
Sullivan il/argaret widow, 161 Vine 
Sully Thomas, portrait painter Philosophical Hali 
Sultan John C. cabinetmaker 308 south Fourth 
Sumerl Joseph, merchant 73 north Water &c back 
Summerfield /ames, mariner 'Swedes alley 
Summers Andrew, gentleman 15 5'ummer's court 
Summers Arthur, shoemaker 424 north Front 
Summers G. carpenter 25 Powell [see Sommcrs, 
Summers Henry, brewer 13th near 6'assafras 
Summers John^ shoemaker 23 il/ary (5.) 
Summers -Joseph, shoemaker 363 north Third 
Summers widow of Peter Broad near Chesnut 
Summers Philip, Lily alley 

Summers Philip, shoemaker cor. sch. 6th 8c Ches- 
nut 
Summers 'Samuel M. storekeeper 255 s. 2d cor, 

Cedar 
Summers widow of Andrew, 1 5 •Summer's court 
{Summerset John, oysterman cor. 5th & SmixU 
Super Jarob, cabinetmaker 162 north Front & IS 

Key's alley 
Supplee Jonas, carpenter Ger. T. Road above Pitt 
Surno Frederick, labourer 473 north t bird 
S'lrrick John, caulker Wood near Duke 



SUT-i-SWE 

Sutherland Daniel, gentleman 60 Plum 
Sutherland Joel B. m. d. 208 s, Fifth cor. Shippen 
Suter Ann, tavernkeeperSS High Sc 1 -Strawberry 
Suter Daniel, jun. keeper of New Goal Sc inn- 
keeper 16 Locust 
Sutter Charles J. tobacconist 222 north Third 
Sutter Daniel, grocer 3 £c 5 north Fourth 
Sutter John, mariner 6 Green 
Sutter 6'amuel, grocer 74 N. 3d S. W. cor. Cherry 
Sutton Asa, labourer 417 north Front 
button B. carter Oak (N. L.) near Brown 
Sutton John, shipwright Queen n. Frankfbrd road 
Sutton Joseph, grocer cor. 2d & GermantoAi^n road 
Sutton Mary & Ann, tayloresses 19 Willing's alley 
Sutton Mrs. of Martin, washerwoman Garden st. 
Sutton Ozwin, labourer 417 north Front 
Sutton William, shipbuilder Queen above Marl- 

borough 
Swaim John, cordwainer Kunckel near Tammany 
Swain John, painter and glazier 301 north -Second 
Swain John, shoemaker Kunckel above Tammany 
Swain Mrs. widow 187 north Front 
Swain 5ilas, sea captain 78 south Eighth 
Swaine Francis, cordwainer 13 Chesnut 
Swaine Henry, sea captain 141 Green 
Swaine -Shubeal; sea captain 141 Green 
Swaine Sophia, shopkeeper 363 north Second' 
Swallow Jacob, labourer Osbourn's court 
Swan Nathan, mariner Poplar above Front 
Swan Robert, silversmith 77 south Second 
Swanson John, mate back 14 Duke 
Swartz George, taylor 124 north Water 
Swartz Jacob, shipjoiner 167 north Front 
Swartz John, stevadore 81 north Water 
Swartz Mary, widow 164 Race 
Sweeny James, carpenter Eleventh below Locust 
Sweeny John, carpenter 120 Locust 
Sweeny John, printer Fromberger's court 
Sweeny Landres^ labourer Spaftbrd street 
Sweeny Martha, widow 26 north Eighth 
Srweeny 3f 'les, labourer iV/echanic street 
Sweeny Robert, labourer 83 Queen (6'.) 



SW£— S\K 

Svi'eeny William, painter he 153 Cellar 
Sweenin Paul, secretary of the Russian Legat»Loii 

181 Walnut, -Sansom's row 
Sweet Henry, labourer 6th near Locust 
Sweet Henry, labourer i'ixth above Coats' 
-)weetapple Thomas, labourer 172 north Fifth 
iiweglcr Christian, F. blacksmith 252 Cedar and 

above 6eventh 
Sweitzer Frederick, tobacconist Kuglers court 
Sweitzer widovr of Henry, corner ^S'assafras and 

Fourth 
Sweitzer John, turpentine distiller Fourth above 

George 
Sweitzer Michael, labourer •S'teinmetz court 
Sweney Benjamin and John, painters 5cc. 59 and 

43 Lombard 
Sweney William, taylor 43 Lombard 
Sweyer Peter, 366 north Third 
vwift John W. merchant and 103 Pine 
Swigler Christian, smith 238 Cedar 
Swites Charles, labourer Juniper near Sassafra ^ 
Swinney David, feedstore 3 south wharves 
Swinney 6c Jenkins feedstore 3 south wharves 
Swope George, painter kc. 343 north -S'econd and 

128 St. John 
Swope Walter, carter Almond street wharf 
Svvope and frarren, painters Sec. 543 north 2d 
Sword Ann C. widow of John, 164 south -Second 
Sword Catharine, boarding house 293 bouth 4th 
Sybert Casper, grain and shorts store 75 south 

^Hiarves dwelling lOth below George 

[^see Seybert, 
Sybert Catharine, widow TFeavers alley near 12th 
Sybert Henry, labourer 50 Green 
Sybert John, labourer 36 Coats* 
■jybeFt John, shoemaker 13th near Cedar 
Sykes -Samuel M, grocer «S. W comer Cedar and 

Third 
Sykes ?rilliam, gentleman 16 Lombard 
Symington -Sarah, shopkeeper 4 north -Seventh 
Syrus E. widow ITS Cherrv 



TAB— TAT 

Taber Antipas, carpenter 39 Passyunk 

Tack John C. taylor 162 Shippen 

Tackman Christian F. grocer 144 Coats' 

Tage Wm. oakcooper 12 Queen (S.) 

Tage Mrs. of Roger, Juniper near V^ine 

Tagert Joseph, president of Farmers' & Mechanics' 

Bank 76 south 6th second door above Wahiut 
Taggart David, carpenter 55 Passyunk 
Taggart John, stonecutter Heyde's court 
Taggart John, merchant 7 north Water 
Taggart Mrs. of Thomas, sea captain 28 Race 
Taggert John, mariner back 20 Argyle 

Taggert , carter Broad below Walnut 

Taggert Patrick, taylor 513 N, 3d 
t Talley Sirus, hatter 169 s. 2d 
Talliana C. storekeeper 1 64 N, 2d 
Tallnian George, victualler 262 north From 
Tallon Abraham, 70 Callowhill 
Talmag-e Ebenezerj shoestore, 166 High 
Tanguy John, jeweller 33 north Third 
Tanguy Peter, jeweller—enquire 33 north 3d 
Tanner Ann, widow cor. 8th and Spruce 
Tanner Benjamin, engraver 74 south Eighth 
Tanner Henry S. engraver cor. 8th and Spruce 
Taper Benjamin, shipwright Queen near Crown 
Tappe John, labourer Torr's court 
Tarhett Henry, stocking weaver 389 Race 
Tare Philip, grocer 88 ^S'hippen 
Tarrance John, carter Broad near Vine 
Tarrance Hugh, corner Sassafras and Juniper 
Tarrant Thomas, pilot 34 Catharine 
Tarres Charles, cai'penjter 449 s. Front 
Tarris John, sea captain 489 south Front 
Tate E labourer Frankfoi d R. near Shackamaxon 
fTate Solomon, tanner 88 St. John 
Tatem Jeremiah, shipmaster 38 Penn 
Tatem Joseph E. sailmaker 79 south W^harves and 

72 Union 
Tatem Joseph R. sea captain 188 Pine 
Tatem Mrs. widow, 61 N. 7 th 
Tatem widow of John, 66 ^wanson 
Tatesorth John, shoemaker 322 s. 2d 



TAW— .TAY 

Taws Charles, musical instrument maker 61 s. od 

Taws widow of James, i^ardener Hudson's lane 

Taxis Eliz. widow, Laurel near Budd 

Tayier Alexander, taylor, 192 s. Front 

Taylor Abraham, tallow chandler back 131 N. 3d 

Taylor Adai»ii, mariner, 12 York court 

Taylor Alekander, shipwright 502 s. 2d 

Taylor Amjps, merchant 44, 46 and 43 N. Water 

dwelling 21 Mulberry 
Taylor Ann, shopkeeper o98 north Front 
Taylor Hankson, shipchandler 10 south Wharves 

dwelling 218 N. Front 
Taylor Beiijamin, brushmaker 90^^ north Front 
Taylor Benjamin, bricklayer 29 Elfreith's alley 
Taylor Benjamin A. cut nailor, next 47 Callowhill 
Taylor Caleb, merchant, 64 N. Water . 
Taylor Charles, drayman back 450 Race 
Taylor Christiana, washerwoman MoyamensingR, 

cor. Prime 
Taylor Cuitis, plaisterer 66 N. 9th 
Taylor, D. teacher, 160-Cherry 
Taylor E. ctikebaker, 38 N. 7th 
l^aylnr Ebuvn, taylor Roger's court 
Taylor widow of Enoch, bricklayer- 29 Elfreith's 

alley 
Taylor Enoch, taylor 46 George (-S".) 
Taylor Geoi'ge B. I)aker 2 1 Bank 
Taylor Geol-ge, jun. innkeeper 34 N. 4th 
Taylor George, jun. broker and translator of the 

French and -Spanish languages 85 south 2d 
Taylor George, mariner 21 Parham's alley 
Taylor Hannah, boardinghouse 62 -Spruce 
Taylor Hanjnah widow, 80 Crown 
Taylor Hannah widow, Brooke court 
Taylor Hugh, labourer Lombard near srh. ath 
'J'aylor John R, sailmaker spruce street wharf and 

47 Penn 
Taylor Isaac, shoemaker 39 Passyunk 
Taylor Isaac, milkman Pine above 11 th 
Taylor Jacob, milkman corner West and Wood 
. aylor Jac. cottonfactor Germanlcwn R. above Pit<^ 
i aylor James, shii)wr!ght 67 Budd 



TA¥r--TEA 

Taylor James, sea captain 1S7 Lombard 

Taylor widow of James, stonecutter 104 south iOth 

Taylor James, carter 13th above Cherry 

Taylor James, merchant Chesnut 3 doors below 

1 1th 
Taylor James, carpenter cor. Carpenter and 4tli 
Taylor Jane, shopkeeper 25 north Front 
Taylor John, bricklayer 4th above Callowhill 
Taylor Joh»i, mariner Buttonwood near Charles 
Taylor John M. late merchant 87 Vine 
Taylor Joseph, flour and feed store 468 N. 2d 
Taylor Joseph, plaisterer back 120 N. 1 1th 
Taylor Lewis, shoewarehouse 90 High south-wes: 

cor. ^f 3d and 124 High 
Taylor Lemuel, shoemaker 48 1 N. £d 
Taylor Ma^y, teacher back 92 Crown 
Taylor Moses, teacher 87 s. 5th 
Tftylor IVIrs/ of Joseph, Rose alley (N. L.^ 
Taylor Rebecca, milliner 67 Mulberry 
Taylor Rene, teacher of music 62 N. 6th 
Taylor Richard, taylor 46 George (5.) 
Taylor Roi^rt, merchant 38 Dock & 189 Chesnut 
Taylor Robert, stonecutter 97 Green & 363 N. 3d 
Taylor Robert, carpenter High n. sch. 7th 
Taylor Rcjjdrt, Windsor chairmaker 39 s. Front 
Taylor -^SaraF^ widow, 1 50 Coats' 
Taylor ^hatiVach & Joseph, bookbinders oS4N. 2d 
Taylor Traq^\, nailor corner Frankford n. Beach 
Taylor Thomas, shoemaker 366 south Front 
Taylor Thom^as, mariner back 246 s. Front 
Taylor Thom?|5, taylor 150 north W'ater 
Taylor widowVpf George, o7 i'ansom 
Taylor Wm. jun. merchant 184 High 
Taylorson Robert, shoemaker 50 north 'Second 
Teamer HenrV,\abourer Frankibr4jjioad near Is' 

gate \ V \ 

Teany Jacob, cavpcnter Meclianic st. 
Teaney John, taylbnyj seiJth Water 
Tear Philip, mariner^ 6mpf;en 
Tearnean John, grocer \>0t^i)elow Higl-. 
I'earney Hup^h, carpenter Juniper ailey 
Tea,s John, plaisterer 49 Budtt 



TEA— THl 

Teas widow of John, chinastore 50 N. Front 
Tebout John, shallopman, H8 N. Water 
Teel Rosina widow, 89 Coats 
Tees Lewis, groct r Cherry corner of Duke 
Tees Matthias, ropcmaker ShajDkmaxon 
Te«s Peter, shipwright Beach'^near Marlborough 
Tehcn CorneliMS, gentleitian 37 north Third 
Teisseire A. merchant 159 High 
Tempest widow of Robert, carpenter 94 Cedar- 
Temple Daniel G. storekeeper 30 south Second 
T^enbrook Abraham, 18 north Seventh 
/"enery Joseph, printer 375 Mulberry 
/"ennant Christopher, stonecutter 7 Filbert 
Tennery E. M. coachn.aker 1 10 Catharine 
7ennery William, shoemaker Jones alley (n. l.) 
I'eeple John, shoestore Christian above T'hird 
T^erradell Anthony, grocer cor. Cedar 8c Sixth 
Terrill Hannah, seamtress 246 south Fifth 
Tenil Luke, carpenter sassafras near sch. 7th 
Zferrill F.phraim. currier 160 south 7'hird 
Terry Brooklin, conveyancer 395 north "Second 
Tevry Wm. worsted manufacturer 456 north 2d 
7 essalet John, pump maker Germ. T. road near 3d 
T'cst David, tanner and currier 92 north Eleventhi 
Teston Joshua, painter &c. Randall's court 
T^eutsch Henry, constable Kensington Beach street 
7'hackara Eleanor, midwife 36 south 5ixth 
T'hackara James, engraver 72 'Spruce 
T'harkara ^S'. sea captain Front below Federal 
7'hackara Wm. jun. plaisterer ^18 Pine 
T'hackara William late salt and coal measurer .H 

south 5ixth , * 
rhackary Abigail widow, back 92 Vine 
7'hatcher A- gentleman 3*12 north Front 
rhatcherEliza. widow of Richard mercht. 31 Codts 
Thatcher widow of Joseph, 396 north 3d 
rhatchcr Mi s. of *^umuel 5 Pewterplatter alley 
Thaw Benjamin, merchant taylor 106 s. 2d 
Thaw S'lVds, carpenter near 43 Elder 
Fhibault Francis, Frederick and Felix, jewellers 

66 south 2d [5ce Tiebout, Tybcyl 

i'hibaut Benjamin, cabmetmako^r 162 s. Front 
E e e e 



THI— .TH0 

'i hibauL Dennis, shopkeeper 27 L©mbai:(I 

Thiele John D. shopkeeper 52 Callovvhill 

Thiell Mary widow, 88 N. 4th 

Thoburn John, & Co. merchants 137 High 

Thomas Amos, labourer U. S. arsenal 

Thomas Amos, wheelwright cor. 6"pruce 8c sch. 7tL 

Thomas A. sea captain 72 Almond 

Thomas Ann, teacher cor. Vine and 4th 

fThomas A. shopkeeper 43 -S'mall st. 

Thomas Benjamin, silver plater 20 Cresson*s alley 

Thomas B. inspector of customs 136 and 138 

'Swan son 
fThomas Benjamin, dealer 158 s. 2d 
Thomas Daniel, paperhanger 20 Cresson*s alley 
Thomas Daniel, carpenter Cedar near Eleventh 
Thomas Dr., Wood above Duke 
Thomas David, merchant tailor 39 Arch 
Thomas D. gentleman (upper) 132 Mulberry 
Thomas D. shoemaker 10 Branch 
Thomas E. teacher back 42 Ann (N. L.) 
Thomas Edward, carpenter back of 488 N. 3d 
Thomas Edward, merchant 50 Vine 
Thomas Eliza, widow Germantown R. near -Sixth 
Thomas Enoch, grocer cor. 1 1th and Vine 
Thomas Evan, milkman Carpenter (6\) near 4th 
Thomas George, labouier 446 N. 3d 
Thomas George, merchant 27 Mulberry 
Thomas George, shoemaker 6th above Green 
Thomas Henry, nailor 97 Cherry 
Thomas Henry, mariner 453 south -Second 
Thomas Isaac, shoe and morocco leather ware- 
house 123 north -SeconA 
Thomas Israel, blacksmith, Noble near 3d 
Thomas Jacob, merchant taylor 68 south Fourth 
tThomas Jacob, labourer 17 Appletree alley 
Thomas James, carpenter Currant alley below Lo- 
cust 
^J'homas Jane widow, 228 N. Water and 341 N. 

Front 
tThomas Jeremiah, carter Blackberry alley 
Thomas Jesse, mevchant 54 N. Front & 25 Arch 
Tftomas John, painter Fitzwater above -Sixth 



THO— THO 

i nomas John, boot 8c shoemaker 123 south Third 
/"homas John W. cabinetmaker 30 south Fifth 
t T'homas John, labourer back 9 1 -Callowhill 
y'homas Jonathan, storekeeper 20 north Front 
'/"homas Jonathan, smith 107 Pine 
7'homas Jonathan, salt merchant 212 north Front 
Thomas Jonathan Sc Co. salt store N. E. cor. Vine 

and Water 
Thomas J. grocer York road near Tammany- 
Thomas Joseph, salt merchant 97 north Fifih 
Thomas Joseph, labourer 228 Catharine 
Thomas Doctor Joseph, 43 Green 
Thomas Joseph M. French teacher 22 Prur.e 
Thomas 8c Kille, merchants 52 north Front 
fThoipas Lancastar, labourer 142 Coats 
Thomas Leonard, smith Beach near Mai'-en 
Thomas Margaret, widow back 86 north Elevenu, 
Fhomas Mary widow, boarding house G Liltl ' 

George 
Thomas Mary, gentlewoman 54 north Fif'.h 
Thomas Moses, bookseller Sec. 52 Chesnur 
Thomas Mrs. widow Brooke's court 
Thomas Mrs. of Joshua 45 Prime 
Thomas Mary, seamtress 8 1 north 3d 
tThomas Nicl^.olas, carter Blackberry alley 
Thomas Owen, cabinetmaker Trusty's court 8c 

1 1 2 south 6'econd 
Thomas Richard, cordwainer 371 north 3d 
Thomas Richard, shipwright 380 south Front 
Thomas Ridgway, currier 27 Chesnut 
Thomas widow of Robert, taylor 241 north Front 
Thomas -Sarah, nurse 13 Willing's alley 
Thomas 5'arah widow 200 St John 
Thonuis & .S'hreve 8c Co. merchants 45 north Front 
t Thomas •Simon, labourer 7th below Cedar 
Thomas 5tacy, carpenter 154 north Eighth 
Thomas Susannah, china mender 144 St John^ 
Thomas Thomas, carter 468 .Sassafras 
Thomas Timothy, dealer 7 Coombs' alley 
Thomas widow of John, back 25 I Race 
^Thomas William, waiter 189 south Seventh 
Thomas William S. currier, 250 north Sd 



THO— THO 

Thomas ^Filliam, gun smith, bacl?: 198 N. 5cton<t 
tThomas fJ^lliam sweep master 1 63 Brown 
IThompson Abraham labourer 242 Lombard 
Thompson Alexander, shipjoiner 416 N. Front 
Thompson Andrew, shoemaker 155 north SccOrfd 
Thompson Andrew, grocer 489 north Second 
Thompson Ann, widow Dean*s alley 
Thompson Atcheson, tavernkeeper and constable 

317 southed 
Thompson Catharine, widow 104 Locust 
Thompson Catharine, Nonnater's court 
Thompson Charles, Iab6urer Dean';S alley 
Thompson David, labourer Broad near Vine 
r^^ompson David, shoemaker iSth above Filb&rt 
Thbmpson David, trunkmaker 538 north 3d 
Thompson David, shoemaker 67 south Front 
Thompson David, biscuit baker Liberty alley 
Thomson Edward, merchant 134 Chesnut 
Thompson E. nurse 16 Green leaf court 
Thompson Frederick,' mariner 4 Little German 
Thomson George, dry good mercht. 188 High 
Thompson G. oakcooper 39 Penn & 114 Little 

Water 
Thompson & Harbeson, grocers on the Drawbridge 
Thompson & Herritage, taylors 71 south 3d 
Thompson Isaac, blacksmith 1 10 Christian 
Thompson James, innkeeper 133 south W'ater 
Thompson Jas. nailor /Wulberry near sch. "Second 
Thompson James B. merchant 221 TFalnut 
Thompson James C. merchant 137 High 
Thompson James G. professor of languages in the 

University of Pennsylvania south Ninth 
Thomson Jesse, m. d. 34 ^Sassafras 
Thompson John, grocer 194 Lombard 
Thompson John, bootmaker 67 south Front 
Thompson John, merchant 34 south Front 
Thompson John and son, merchants 34 s. Fro^t 
Thompson John, mariner back 12 Christian 
Thompson John, tavernkeeper 22 Passyunk 
Thompson John, boot and shoe maker 377 s. Front 
Thompson John, carpenter Quince alley 
Thompson John W. groceir corner Cedar and Sd 



Thomp'ion Jonah, merchant 3.3 south Iroiu 
/'liompsoii Jos. carpenter old york above Poplac 
Thompson Joshua J. cordwainer 3 north 6'ixth 
/'hompson^'V/argaret, boardint^- house 43 Cedui 
7'hompson M';\vy, teacher 41 Lombard 
Thompson 71 /rs. widow 9 ^Sugar alley 
/"hompson -fl/rs. sorrel horse inn Gray*s ferry V, 
■/"bompson Nathan, shallopman 66 6' wan son 
I'hompson Peter, boakbinder 14 Car;ers alley 
rhon>psoH Peter, labourer sch. 8th above •Sassafr;. 
^ Thompson Richard, waiter Quince alley 
Thompson Richard, tobacco selector and inspecto; 

-for different markets 1 ( 1 Pine cor. 4th 
Thompson Robert, sea captain 159 north Front 
Thompson Robert. bricklaryer back 94 N. Elevent!i 
Thompson Robert, carpenter 242 south Fifth 
Thompson Samuel, taylor 71 south 3d 
Thompson Samuel H. mastmaker A/ary (>6'.) 
Thompson 5usan, 5 A/aria street 
Thompson T'homas, carpenter 76 Almond 
Thompson Tliomas, shoemaker 166 south Watet 
Thompson /"horaas, weaver and calico printer 

373 north -Second 
Thomi)son Walter, grocer cor. Front k Cathaiini- 
1 hompson widow orJacob, 10 south Fighth 
ihompson William, mariner, back 328 s. Front 
Thompson William R. .grocer L5 Hij^h cor. Fron' 
Thompson William, oakcooper, 17 and 25 Penn 
Thomson John C. carpenter 192 Cherry 
Thompson Joseph, carpenter Y. road above Poplar 
Thomson Peter, conveyancer 197 Mulberry 
Thomson Wm. carpenter Gforge below 11th 
Thomson Wm. mariner back 216 north Front 
Thomson Wm. mastmaker Moyamens. ab. Prim-, 
rThom Adam, brassfounder 8th below Lombard 
Thorn A. F. bootmaker Raspberry alk;y 
Thorn Catharine, back 64 Sassafras 
Thorn Enoch, carpenter Raspberry alley 
Thorn George, ropemaker 13 Hopkins' cour: 
Thorn widow, Hicory lane above 6th 
Thorn John, carter Fearis's court 
Thornhill widow of John, 9 Pewterplatter alley 
Eecc2 



THO— TIM 

Thornhill Richard, plaisterer 1 1 Willing's alley 
Thornman Nicholas, rigger 42 Queen (S.) 
Thornton Elizabeth, washerwoman, back 150 s. 4ih 
Thornton John, tavernkeeper 326 south Front 
Thornton James M- merchant 10 south Second 
Thornton Robert, stevadore 89 Swanson 
Thornton Thomas, taylor 161 S. Front 
Thorp 8c Siddall Sc Co. calico printers 59 N. 3d 
Thorworth Philip, watchman 295 Vine 
Thouron Nicholas, merchant 4 s. 4th Sc 1 8 Powell 
Thouron Peter, accomptant 18 Powell 
Thum John, grocer, 344 s. 2d 
Thum & Rees, grocers 344 s. 2d corner German 
Thumlert George, shoemaker 108 Coats* 
Thurston Robert, sea captain 34 Almond 
Thuun Daniel, merchant 110 south Fourth 
Tice Richard, sea captain 75 south -Sixth 
Tiebout C. engraver 75 Locust above Eighth 

[see Thibault and Tybout 
Tiers Cornelius, blockmaker, 8cc. 295 south Front 

2 1 1 Swanson and 1 06 sovith Wharves 
Tigner Wm. harnessmaker 406 north Front 
Tilghman Benjamin, attorney at law 54 and 58 

s. Sixth 
Tilghman Edward, counsellor at law 54 s. 6th 
Tilghman Edward, jun. merchant 109 Spruce 
Tilghman Henry, labourer 424' north Front 
tTilghman Robert, labourer 136 St. John 
Tilghman Wm. chief judge of the state of Penn- 
sylvania 205 Chesnut 
fTill amuel, waiter Pryor*s alley 
Till widow of Ge<»ge, 48 Budd 
Till William, shipwright Oak (N. L.) 
Tiller Robert, bricklayer 136 Green 
Tillinghast John C. accomptant Front below Fed- 
tTillison Daniel R. labourer Middle alley 
Tilton, Daniel, merchant 146 Pine 
Tilly widow of Peter, cor. 5th and Vine 
Timberman Jacob, back 1 14 Budd 
Timings Thomas, dealer 395 north Front 
Timon James, calic© printer Beach near Maiden 
Timmons Peter, mate 3Q Penn 



TIN— TOO 

f Tinch Peter, carter Dean's alley 
Tindle Thomas, carter Broad near 6'pnicc 
Tite Charles P. gr«cer 17 and 54 N. 3d 
Tittermary Ann, teacher 450 south Front 
Tittermary John,ropemaker and shipcliandler 57 

south Wharves dwelling Tidniash st. 
Tittle Moses, boot and shoemaker 153 north 5ixth 
Tittle Peter, shoemaker 153 north Sixth 
Tizzard •S'amuel, printer back 1 1 s. 7th 
Toby «S'imeon, sea captain 15 Pine 
/bd William H. attorney at law 171 Chesnut 
T'odd Alexander, mariner 120 Swanson 
Tbdd Francis, labourer 13th near Cedar 
Tbod Quinton, labourer sch. 8th near -S'assafras 
Tbdd Samuel P. of U. 5. navy 316 a. Front 
7bdd William, drayman •Sassafras near scIj. 8th 
Todd Rebecca, widow Lyndall's alley 
Togan Peter, watchman Lee's court 
Tbland Henry, merchant 409 High 
Toland Henry Sc ^on, merchants 273 High 
/bland John B. merchant 273 High 
Tblbert Henry, carpenter 1 1th above Race 
'/blbert John, supercargo 24 Little George 
/blbert John, sn.ith Mulberry near sch. 2d , 
jTolbert Jos^h, carter Prime above 2d 
t Tblbert William, labourer, Blackberry alley 
Tbmb Richardson, grocer 180 Lombard 
jTomes William, c^^rter back 71 Christian 
Tbmkins N. bricklayer 100 Queen (^S".) 
Tbmkins Thoftias, bricklayer 30 Columbia avenue 
7brukins widow of Jacob, 102 Vine 
7bmlin Brazilla, grocer &c. Beach near Maideu, 
Tbmlin John 5". oakcooper Pavkham's alley 
Tbmlin Isaiah, labourer Mulberry near Bedford 
Tbmlin 6'amuel, drayman 76 Budd 
:romlinson John, staije office cor. Sth and High 
7'omlinson Richard, carpenter 12 Crab 
/bms Aaron, carter Dawson's court 
7bnard Mrs. of James, labourer 32 St. Mary 
7bole Mary, grocer 32 Columbia avenue 
'/^oole Timothy, labourer Prime near Froiat 
^oley Ebenez.er, carter 10 Pewterplatter alley 



TOP— TOY 

Tbphain John, carpenter 142 Locust 

Tbpham Reuben, tinplate worker Atch above Ja- 

niper [see Taphuni 

Tbram Stephen, taylor 82 Sassafras "1^ 

Forbet William, corder 362 noith Front 
Sorbins Thomas, mariner 27 Christian 
^brens Samuel, grocer 481 and 5 1^ N. Second 

\Hee Torr€7icc 
Zbrens Paul, grocer N. 3d above George 
Tbrmyn Elizabeth, midwife 113 Swanson 
Zormyn John, surgeon-barber 113 Swanson 
7brr Jaboel, taylor 74 north Sixth 
Tbrr John, jun. boot and shoemaker 111 Sassafras 
Tbrr Joseph, jun. carpenter Tbrr's court 
Tbrr Josiah, blacksmith coiner Ridge and Wood 

and Jbrr's court 
Tbrrence John, grocer Lombard near 12th 
Jbstesen Nelsen, catgutmaker Oak below Noble 
T^otten James, web manufacturer corner George 

and 13th 
Tbtterson Mrs. o*" Henry, 93 Brown 
Tbureson Stephen, shipwright Poplar ab. St. JohJj 
Jbwell John, brush factory 338 south Front 
7b well Wm. brushu.aker 4th below Christian 
Towers John, merchant 32 S. 3d ' 

Town John, sailmaker 64 Christain and 49 south 

Wharves 
Town John, sea captain Poplat above Front 
Town Joseph, boatbuiider Queen n. Marlborough 
Town Thomas, wheelwright 308 N. Front 
Town Tliomas, jun. printer, office 118 Chesnut, 

dwelling 308 N. Front ' 

Townley James, ladies* shoemaker 454 S. Front 
Townsend C. clock and watchmaker 105 Chesnut 
Townsend Isaac, labourer 221 Callowhiil 
Townsend John, cabinetmaker 80 Spruce 
Townsend J jun. clock and watchmaker 180 S. 2d 
7bvvnsend Jonathan, shallopman 70 Tammany 
Townsend Joseph, shoewa^ehouse 8 north 5t!i 
7bwson Wm. carpenter 180 Race 
Toy Andrew, shipwright 45 Christian 
Toy liuddell, bricklayer H5 8. lOth 



XOV— TRI 

r'oy John, wharf-builder 59 Budd 

Toy John, labourer Maslborough near Prjrice 

Tbx, John, wo6dsawyer 36 Plum 

71oy Patience, widow back 31 Green 

Toy Richard, shoemaker 9.7 Cherry 

">acy Edward, grocer Chesnut above 13th 
Vucy Edward, Mone-cutter, S. E. corner centre 

square 
racy John, 16 Crnb 

. rain Jacob K. merchant 58 N. Front 8c 52 Vine 
^Vain John, carpenter 73 north 10th 

y Vaquair Adam, marble mason yard N. W. corner 

Filbert and lOih, dwelling 28 N. 10th 
yraquair James 8c Co. marble masons compting- 
hpuse and marble yard 365 Hi*gh, dwelling 5 
north 10th 
T'rask John, mai'iner back 385 south Front 
Trautwine W. starch & powdermaker Margarettc 
yraiitwine W. cooper and guager 19 N. Watei' 
Ti'avelli Francis, violin string maker 2d near Gev 

man town Road 
7>avclli Francis, broker 4 8 Shippen 
TVavelli James Cordwainer 13 Strawberry 
yravis Mrs. gentlewoman 178 Chesnut 
T^ree John, mariner 140 German 
Tree Lambert, sailmaker 174 south Front and T. 

S. Wharves 
7>eese John, shoemaker 130 Callowhill 
^refts Geo. A- baker 2d near George 
^Treichel Charles G. accomptant 174 north Fifih 
j^release Charles 498 Sassafras 
^Tremclls widow of John, sea captain 30 Sansom 
Trem\>tv Henry, merchant 28 north Front 
yrendel Thomas, Washington Academy, 21 s. 7ti 
^reppel Daniel, victualler 213 N. 8th 
2resse Georf^e G. at Philadelphia Dispensary 
J^revellier John, carpenter 282 Arch 
7'rexler Jacob, hairdresser 143 north Front 
2^rexler John, shoemaker Rachel 
2^rexler widow of Jose])h, 386 north 3d 
^rixler Geo. vict. Germantown road below ^a 
/'ribet Hester, widow back of 290 N. 8th 



TRI—TRU 

Tribout F. hairdresser 115 s. Front 
Trigant W. fencing master 14 Cypress alley 
Trimble Robert R. corner Third and Germantpwii 

road 
Trimble , carpenter 426 north Front corner 

Poplar 
Trimble Henry, taylor and innkeeper 6 Stampers 

alley 
Trimble Mary, 44 New Market 
Trimble Robert, merchant 27 north Water 
Trimble Samuel, shipwright 565 south Front 
Trimble Sarah, nurse back 134 Race 
Trimnel Cornelius, carpenter corner Poplar and 

Front 
Trinkle Elizabeth, widow 24 Cypress alley _ 
Tripet Wm. bricklayer Hudson's lane n. 8th 
Triple Anthony, shoemaker 70 N. Sixth 
Tripner George, shoemaker James' 
Tripp Adam, teacher 25 Green 
Troll widow of Frederick, baker 340 south Frosty 
Troost Benoit, jun chemist 159 Green 
Troost Garrett, chemist 159 Gr-een 
Troth Alice, teacher 28 New Market 
Troth Job, wheelwright 28 New Market 
Troth William, goldsmith 172 north Eighth 
Trott Benjamin, miniature painter 7 Little George 
Trotter Alexander, Columbian potter Cedar near 

TTiirteenth 
Trotter Joseph, accomptant 17 Sassafras , 
Trotter Nathan, merchant 47 north Front 
Trotter Philip, mariner back 107 Catharine 
Trotter William, merchant 47 and 100 N. Front 
Trotter William ^ Co. merchants 47 north Front 
Troubat John, merchant taylor 108 south Second 
Trout Henry, nailor near 39 Callowhill 
Trout John, accomptant 72 Crown 
Troutman George, merchant 292 High 
Troy Charles, hairdresser 228 High 
Truchat Louis, 159 Pine 

Trueffitt Henry P. broker 8c collector 174 Spruce 
Truman Evan, smith 2 fetter lane 
Trueman Isaac, stage driver Wallace* couri 



TRU— TUD 

Truiiian S. tinplate worker 29 High and 102 north 

Seventh 
Truman John, labourer 272 south Fourth 
Truman John, currier back 1 6 Pewterplatter alley 
Truman Richard, collector of taxes 7s north 5tli 
Trump i)anie!, head measurer 45 north Seventli 
Trump Daniel, carpenter 45 north Seventh 
Trump Isaac, carpenter 1 2 Cresson's alley- 
Trump Jesse, merchant 89 High 
Trump S. manlua maker 12 Him kle's court 
Trump Susan, nurse 18 north Sixth 
Truston Rachel, widow Lombard near Eleventh 
tTrusty Jonatlian, master-sweep 4 Locust 
Trydey G. H. 423 north Second 
Tyon Ehjah, combmaker High near sch. Sixth 
Tryon George, tin and coppersmith 152 north 2d 
Try on George tV. gun maker 53 New 163 N. 2d 
Tryon Jacob G. commission merchant 165 north 

Second 
Tryon Mai shall, combmaker High near sch. Sixth 
Tryon W^illiam, combmaker 9 1 north Front 
Tubbs Z. shoemaker Shackamaxon 
Tuchett Phillip, teacher corner North alley and 

Sixth 
Tucker Ann, teacher back 1 14 Budd 
Tucker A. B. m. d. 205 Mulberry 
Tucker Benjamin, teacher 98 Mulberry 
Tucker James, accomptant 1 6 south T'hird 
Tucker James, mastmaker Queen near Frankford 

road 
Tucker Jonathan, teacher S. Jr. corner Eighth 8c 

Chesnut 
rucker Mary, fancy feather manufacturer 16 south 

Third 
tucker Mrs. milliner S. TV. corner Chesnut and 

Eighth 
Tucker Pricilla, baker 6 Mary (S.) 
Tucker Samuel, shoemaker Noble near St. John 
KFucker Reuben, porter 104 north Eleventh 
Tuckniss John, bookbinder 1-atton's court 
^iTudas Jonathan, dealer 18d south Second 
'^'idcrJuhn, wharf builder 26 Mary (S.) 



Tuder Samuel, ropemaker Christian near Sixtli 
Tufnell James, dealer 85 Swanson 
Tufts Ezeikel, mariner Bedford {M.) 
Tiril John, shipwright 15 Marg'aretta 
lull Richard, shipwright 24 kkike (N. L.) 
Tully Catharine, washerwoman Pine near Eleventh 
Tully Thompson, carpenter 1 17 Catharine 
Tumbelston Henry, taylor 53 Spruce k ISO soutli 

Water 
Tunis Benjamin, millwright 5 Heydcs court 
Tunis Jehu R. merchant 58 south Wharves 
Tunis Sc Way, merchants 58 south Wharves 
Tunnison Philip, mariner corner Pioe k Sixth 
Turley Enoch, sea captain 47 Sassafras 
Turnbull Alexander, eabiaetmaker 5 south Sixt^ 
TurnbuU George, baker \7o Coats* 
TifrnbuU John, grocer S04 south Fourth 
Turner Elizabeth, shopkeeper 23 north 3d 
Turner E. carter Frankford R. near Maiden 
TuiTier Francis, teacher 209 north Second 
Turner Francis G. morocco dresser 95 |0uth 5th 
Turner F. G. k Co morocco manf. Prune above 5th 
ij Turner Frederick, labourer Rose street 
Turner James W. aceomptant 2 1 Strawberry 
Turner Jesse, shipwright 21 Beck's alley 
Turner J. smith 8c bell hanger cor. Spruce Sc 3d 
Turner John jun. sea captain IG Christian 
Turner John, gentleman 39 Christian 
Turner John, oysterman back 134 south Fourth 
Turner Joseph M. aceomptant 370 south Second 
Turner rev. Joseph, 370 south Second 
Turner Mary, widow 2 Pear street 
Turner Robert blacksmith 165 5c 168 St. John*- 
Turner Stephen, cordwainer 2d below Federal 
Turner Samuel, West of P. Bridge 
Turner William, gentleman 212 High 
Turner William, shoemaker 214 St. John 
Turner William L aceomptant, 8 south Front 
Turner Wm. shipwright Hanover above Queen 
Turness Sar^h, widow 142 N. 5th ■ 
Turney George, mariner Biddle's alley 
rtjrjicy HugH;« taylor S. W. cor. Penn andyiiT^ 



TUS— TYS 

lusher John* blacksmith 443 N. 5d x 

J'ustian Thomas, perfumer 55 south 5d 
Austin widow of Wm, brass founder corner 3d and 
Germantown road 

l^see Teuton. 
Austin William, cabinetmaker 115 Brown 
Austin John, brickmaker Callowhill n. sch. 3d 
Shuttle widow of Andrew, sea captain 29 Key's allej'- 
T^uttle Jacob, caulker Beach near Penn 
buttle James, shipwright Beach near Penn 
T'uttie John, carter Vine near Sixth 
2"uttle John, shipwright Brusstar's court 
^uttle Richard, shipwright Brusstar's court 
Tuttle William, shipwright Queen n. Marlborough 
T'utton Jenkins, cordwainer Race below 1 1th 
T'uze Francis, late caulker Friends' aims house 
T^waddell James, merchant 208 south Water and 

23 Powell 
T^waddell John, accomptant Second, od door below 

Federal 
ywaddell J. P. iron store 65 south wharves dwel- 
ling 97- south Eighth 
T'wells G, and E merchants 175 High 
/*w^lls Mrs. gentlewoman 175 High 
7*wclls Standley, gentleman 175 High 
T'wiss Abiel, balcer 139 s. 10th 
T'ybout Andrew, dealer in furs 53 Chesnut 
/ybout James, hatter 167 N. Front ^ 

\see Tiebout 
T'ybout Richard, hatter 21 Pear and 53 Chesnut 
7yler widow of Jared, nailer 25 Noble 
T'yler Jehiel, tavernkeeper 319 north Front 
Tyler Augustus, shoemaker 148 south Front 
T^yndale Robinson, china merchant 201 N. Second 

cor. Vine 
T'yson Daniel, merchant 89 High 
Tysow George, storekeeper 36 St. John 
/"yson, Iredell & 7Vump, merchants 89 High 
'/"yson Isaac, accomptant 121 Callowhill 
/yson Jonathan, chairmaker 5 5^^ N. 2d Sc 53 High 
/"y son Joseph, commission meriihant norti^we t 
corner Vine and Fifth 
F f f r 



UBE— VAL - 

User Frederick, victualler Garden [^ee Iluberis 
Uber iT/rs. of John, 45 Charlotte 
Ube" Nicholas, carter Germ an town R. near Budd 
Uhle John, surgeon barber 45 north Fourth 
Uhler Frederick baker 89 Christian 
Uhler John, A. baker 414 north Front 
XJhlary Anst. mate 98 Christian 
Ulrich Frederick, shoemaker 203 north Eighth 
Ulrich John, shoemaker 156 north Third 
Ulrich Lewis, labourer shackamaxon 
Ulrich il/rs. of John, 194 st. John 
Ulrich il/rs. widow 425 north Third 
Umljehent Valentine, drayman 216 Sassafras 
Umbehent Catharine, victular Garden 
Uncleson J'homas, plaisterer Little Oak 
Underwood B. shopkeeper Queen above Bishop 
Underwood James, bricklayer George above Zfenth 
Underwood John, painter Sec. 250 north Front 
Underwood John, bricklayer 1 1th above 'Sassafras 
Under\v'ood Noah, split straw and comb manufac- 
turer 30 north Second 
Underwood ferryman 116 Cedar 
Unison Gibbs, drayman ^S^assafras near sch. 7th 
Upman il/atthias saddler Sec. 421 north Third 
Upperman Adam, tavernkeeper Vienna near Duke 
Upperman Christian, labourer Maria street 
Upperman Conrad tanner Penn (K.) 
Urquhart Alexander, collectorof taxes3 1 Catharine 
Urwiler Jacob, carter cor. 3d Ec Germ. T. Road 
Urwiler George shoemaker 286 St John 
Us'tick William, mate 93 north Fifth 



Vactor JpHv, carter Swedes alley 

jValaire John, hairdresser Spruce above Eighth 

Valiette Eli, accomptant 45 Callowhill 

Vallance John, engraver 5 1 Sansom 

Vallance (VJary, widow 47 Shippen 

Vallance William, pilot 4 1 7 south Front 

Valentine John, labourer James street 



VAL— VAN 

Valentine Judy segar maker Rose alley above Coats 
Valentine Samuel, accomptant 3 Buttonwood 
Vallacc John F. late boarding house 207 Callowhill 
Vallie F. D. winecooper 27 Plum 
Vallo Isaac, labourer Pine near 10th 
^an Hutchinson D. tin plateworker 262 south 3d 
Vanarsdall Johq, innkeeper cor. 4th & Brewers alley 
Vanarsdall Lydia, boardinghouse Pfeiifers alley 
Vanatta James tavernkeeper 39 north Second 
Tan Beuren Abraham, merchant comptinghouse 

109 south Front, dwelling 19 Branch 
Van Bkmk Richard, mastmaker 105 Catharine 
t^an Brackle James, boat builder \0 Coxe's alley 
Kance Adam, blacksmith 79 Ciiristian and 63 and 

172 Swanson 
/"ance Adam, labourer Tine near Broad 
Tance Arth shipwright Marlborough n. Bedford 
^ance Philip, blacksmith 26 Parhani'S alley 
Tance ^vido^v of John, Brusstar's court 
Tandaviere Petev, mariner 17 INIary (S.) 
«;l:^andebrick Jacob, dealer 220 south Second 
Kandegrift Aaron, carpenter 12Lh near Vine 
Tandegrift Jacob, oakcooper Callowhill above 9th, 
VandcrbeU Jacob, 53 Noble 
Vandcrkemp John J. agent to the Holland land 

Company 4 north Ninth 
Tandermass Abiah^/'n, shipwright Cooper's court 
Tanderslice Andrew. mariner back 351 north Front 
Fanderslice Anthony carpenter 318 north Front 
/'anderslice George, hairdresser lo.^ Sassafras 
Tandcrslice George, carpenter bark 19 Charlotte 
randerslice Henry, shoemaker 23 Noble 
Vanderslice Henry, carpenter 3 H) nocjth Front 
\''anderslice Ja.ob, jun. shallopman Wiiitehall st. 
V^anderslice J. H. hair dresser and innkeeper 290 

* north FroPt 
J^anderslice widow Daniel, hairdresser 170 Race 
Vand^veeke John, gentleman 19 Budd 
Vandever il/rs. boarding house Keys' alley near 33 
Vandevier Grace, boarding house 74 Locust 
Vandine and Brown dealers 208 south Second 
fVandiue George, sailmaker back 227 Wahnu 



VAN— VAN 

Vandiwater Henry, cabinetmaker 132 Cedar 
Van Dusen widow of AT. Beach cerner Hanover 
Van Dusen Nicholas, shipbuilder Beach near Penn 
Van Dusen Andrew, smith Hanover near Beach 
Vaneman Frederick, taylor 307 south Front 
Vaneman John, sea captain 27 Branch 
Vaneman & Bristor, wheelwrights Poplar beloy/ 

Second 
Vaneman William, taylor 107 Queen (S.) 
Vanfossen John, shoemaker 197 st. John 
Vanholt Ann, midwife 184 south Sixth 
Vanholt James, carpenter 12 iSmall 
Fanholt Valentine, engineer Froad near Vine 
Tanhook Lawrence, Randolph's court 
Vanhorn Abraham, carter Laurel near Budd 
Tanhorn Benjamin, Oak (N. L.) 
Tanhorn Jacob, carpenter Rose alley (N. L.) 
Tanhorn John, hostler back 104 north Fifth 
Tanhorn John, tavernkeeper cor. Frankford road 

and Shackamaxon 
Tanhorn -Susan, widow Queen near Frankford road 
Fanhorn widow of Benjamin ^Fhite Hall street 
Tanhouter Conrad, fencemaker Broad n iliTulberry 
Tanoffen Jacobus, dealer 1 10 north Seventh 
^ anosten Mrs. of CorneHus, Sixth below Fitzwater 
Fanpelt Peter, surgeon dentist 149 Chesnut 
Van Reynegon Francis W. seacapt. 51 Catharine 
Tan Roe H. nurse Biitlons alley; 
Fanarsdall Aaron, supercargo 298 Spruce 
Tan Sciver Jacob, drayman Beach near Mdddcn 
Tan Sciver John, shoemaker Maiden 
Kansickle Ralph, glover 127 Green 
Kasise widow of Joseph, 2 1 Keys alley 
Fan Stavoren Cornelius, accomptant Lily alley 
Fan Stavoren Cornelius, jun. carpenter 52 Chester 
Fan Syckle Elijah, grocer 95 north Sixth corner 

llace I 

Fantine Charles, shoemaker Brittons alley 
Fantine John, shallopman 392 north Front 
Fan Trump Elizabeth, boarding house 113 south 

riiird 
Fanvart Elijah, cabinetmaker 2 1 1 Cherry 



VAN—VIC 

ranuxera and Clark, merchants M\nr\T near 'Sixth 
^'^anuxem James, merchant 186 High 
Tanwike T^homas, mariner 8 /.ittle JFatrr 

Tanzant , carpenter fFashington above Callow 

hijl 
Tanzyle John, 3i. Dill l*Ium 
Farner Jacob, labourer 187 Green 
Fauclain James L. merchant 103 High 
Taughan John, merchant 107 south Front S. T. 

corner Train ut 
Taughan Griifith, shopkeeper TFood near Duke 
Faughan Jonathan, labourer Oak near Coats' 
Taughan John, shipwright "J 
Faughan TTiomas shipwright > Cherry n. Prince 
Taughan TViU'uxmy caulker J 
Taughau Jfllliam, grocer Queen near Hanover 
Taux Ann, gentlewoman 79 High 
Faux George, attorney at law 39 south Fourth 
Faux James, gentleman 72 north 3d 
Faux Roberts, merchant 79 Mulberry, compting 

house back in Bread 
Feacock widow of S. S. merchant 62 Lombard 

street 
Feal John, mariner back 15 Budd 
Feithoven L. F. shopkeeper 443 S. Front 
Felthoven R. F. tavernkeeper 270 s. Front 
t Fenable Robert, whitewasher 79 north Sixth 
Feneman Wm. tailor 463 S. Front 
Ferdier widow of John B. 82 Christian 
Ferier Joseph, painter 1 6 Gray's alley 
Fernon Jane, teacher Lily alley 
Fernou John, hairdresser 3 south Front 
Ferrest August, shopkeeper 344 N. 2d 
^''czey Hezekiah, taylor Tbwnsend's court 
'"iall Winchester, tavernkeeper 300 south Front 
jFiau Benjamin, cabinetmaker 156 Lombard 
Fible T^homas, shipvvri|k,ht 2 York court 
Ficary \'m. sea captain corner Spruce and 7tb 
Fickary Edward, shoemaker 43 Duke (N. L.) 
Fickers Mrs. widow 152 Coats* 
F fff 2 

V 



MC— .VOO 

dickers T^homas, nxison and bricklayer High n- 

sch. 6th 
Fickery Benjamin, shoemaker 192 St. John 
J^ickery T^homas, mariner 451 south Front 
t Victor John, hair dresser 21 Cedar 
F idler Richard, bricklayer, &c. T'rotter's alley 
Figures widow of Philip, 1 1 1 Catharine 
Fillegrin John, gentleman 15 Cherry 
Vincent John, shoemaker 15 Queen (S.) 
Vincent rev. Wm. 17 Willing's alley 
t Vincent Wm. labourer 10th near Vine 
Viney John, smith Emlen*s court 
Vinyard James, sailmaker 47 Vine 
Vinyard William, shipbuilder Beach near Penn 
Virchaux Henry J", merchant 65 south 1 Ith - 
Virtue James, shoemaker Fourth near Christian 
Vise David, caulker Marlborough near Beach 
Vitry A. gold and silver lace, Sec. manf. 88 Race 
Vivant Charles, carver and gilder 146 s. Fourth 
Vizer T'homas, paperhanger — enquire 78 Chesnut 
Fbgdes Jacob, iron merchant 260 High 
Togdes Jesse, carpenter Hamilton village 
Togel Frederick, bricklayer 84 Tine 
Fogel George, bricklayer 54 Tammany 
I'oges Eliza, 197 s. Seventh 
^"oight Henry, jun. plumber 147 Spruce, shop 47 

south Wharves [^see Wighi. 

Foigt Henry, chief coiner in the mint 27 n. 7th 
Foigt T'homas, clock and watchmaker 44 n. 7th 
Fbl an s captain Samuel, 115 Tine 
Tolkmar Henry, stove-maker 94 N. 7th 
Folium Edward, carter Currant alley n. Spruce 
Folium Henry, carpenter 152 Locust 
Folmer Frederick, farmer near Blue ball Passyunk 
Tolozan Dennis A. historical painter 183 Walnut 
f^omhoff Christian, shoemaker 431 north Front 
Foores Abraham, labourer 215 St. John 
Foores Jacob, labourer back 346 N. 2d 
Foorhees Samuel S. merchant 211 S. Front and 

214 Spruce 



WAC— WAG 

VVacij3muth John G. merchant 150 Chesnut 
Wachsmuth and Soiillier, merchants 63 Dock 
Wackarly Jacob, ? victuallers Germantown road 
Wackarly John, 5 "^^^ Budd 

Wackarly Isaac, ? victuallers Germantown road 
Wackarly /*eter, ) near first Gate 

Wackerly Abraham, victualler 127 Coats 

[sfe IVeckerly 
JF'eckerly rroollery, oac cooper cor. Coast S^ 4th 
n addington Jonathan, 39 /'ine 
J/ addle Aaron, taylor 50 north Eighth 
n addell Henry L. 182 Chesnut 
n addell John, labourer 33 Gilles' alley 
//ade Benjamin, grocer 195 north 3d 
irade Sc Evans, grocers 10 noith 5th 
7rade Franci^i, merchant S. E. cor. High Sc lOth 
r/ade Horatio, grocer 10 north Fifth 
W ade James, carpenter 92 Tine 
TFade &c /^revost, merchants S. E. cor. High & 10th 
n ade John, labourer Juniper near Fine 
W ade /'homas, labourer 34 1 Callovvhill 
Wadey John, carpenter Shriver's court 
f^adlow iVloses, saddler 79 north Eighth 
n adman .'eace, shopkeeper 220 south 3d 
J^^ager George, merchant 352 High 
Wager Peter, wine merchant 134 and 136 N. 2d. 
Jrager Philip, wine merchant 352 High 
Wagner Adam, victualler 201 north Eighth 
#ragqer X'atharine, widow Noble abo\e Fifth 
Ji^agner Grace, widow 33 Moravian alley 
jragner Geo JV. oakcooper 30 iVoi avian alley 
JJagner Hannah, huckster 4 north Sixth 
J^Fagner Henry, grocer Second above 04.ter 
Wagner Jacob, saddler 6 Stall's coui t 
n agner Jacob, tanner Noble above Fourth, dwell- 
ing 227 Callowhill 
Wagner John, uardener Passyunk. below Federal 
Waixner Jacob, labourer Germ. T. Road near 4lh 
Wagner John, sexton back 25 1 Sassafras 
Waj^ner John, gentleman 13 north Eighth ^ 
Wagner John, fisherman Queen near Bishop 
Wagner Mary, nurse 201 N. 8th 



Wagner Mary M. widow Brooke court 
Wagner Mrs. of Peter, 7 Knight's court 
Wagner Wm. painter 216 Vine below 8tli 
Wagner Wm. cordwainer back 123 Plum 
Wagner Wm. carpenter corner Fourth and Noble 
Wahab John, carpenter 4 Norris's alley 
Wainwright Catharine, widow Shield's alley 
Wainwright Isaac, jun. currier 27 Chesnut 
Wainwright Isaac, blockraaker 8 1 north Front 
Wainwright Isaac Sc Son, blockmakers 61 north 

Water 
Wainwright John, bricklayer 29 S. Fourth 
Wainwright Jonathan, blockmaker 81 N. Front 
Wainwright £c Thomas, curriers 27 Chesnut 
Wainwright Wm. taylor Christian near Fourth 
IV&ir John, saddler Uth n. Locust 

[fee Ware and Weir 
?rali3urn Thomas, moroccodresser 297 Vine 
WdXch Thomas, baker 56 Union 

[see Welch and Wakh 
JTalcker Christopher, baker 559 south Front 
tlFalden John, doctor back 258 s. 7th 
W^alkenhodd John, smith 153 N. Front 
fTalk Sophia, washerwoman Broad near Sassafras 
Walker Alex. W. meiThant 52 S. ffharves and 

(Rittenhouse place) Locust below 10th 
^Talker Ale::iander, merchant 104 south Fourth 
WdXktv Ambrx)se, printer 24 Arch 
t^^alker Benjamin, woodsawyer 413 N. Fourth 
W'dXkQV Elijah, sadler, &c. 221 s. 5th 
H^alker Emanuel, merchant 40 Sansom 
W^alUer George, carpenter Lombard near 12th 
^Talker George, cordwainder 39 George (S.) 
J^f^alker George, goldsmith, &c. 19 north Third 
^Falker Hannah, milliner 381 s. 2d 
P^Talker Jacob, carpenter cor. Chesnut and 12th 
J^alker James, sa<iler 96 High 
^Talker rev. John, Rose alley (N. L.) 
J-Falker John, shoemaker 578 south Fronts 
Jf^alker John, accomptant back 35 Mulberry 
W^alker John, labourer lUh above CallowhiU 
rralker John, rigger 27 CallowhiU 



WAL— WAL 

^'^'alkcr John, 62 German 

/ralker Joseph, merchant 24 Race 

IV&lker Z.ewis, hatter 146 High 

f ralker i^farga^et, wkiow 2 Cox's alley 

Tfalker iV/atthew, soapboiler and candle manufac- 

turer lorner Callowhill and Sixth 
ffalker M&ry, shopkeeper 104 north Eighth 
rralker Mvs. widow 14 Sterling alley 
lialker Mrs. widow back 47 Cedar 
Walker Nathaniel, shallopman 126 German 
Walker Robert, mariner Goddard's alley and 465 

south Front 
Walker Robert, grocer 179 Cherry 
Walker Samuel, 141 south Tenth 
Walker Samuel, merchant corher Second and 

A/ulberry 
Walker Samuel D. merchant 39 Dock and 212 

Chesnut 
Walker Thomas, saddler 1 90 south Fourth corner 

Lombard 
Walker widow tif James, 2 1 Hopkins' court 
Walker widow of John, 56 Brown 
Walker widow of rrilliam, 30 Little ffater 
Walker ?rilliam, brassfounder back 1 5 Filbert 
JTalker /r'illiam, comb maker 104 north l.ighth 
/Talker miliam, jeweller Sec. 381 south Second 
rralker miliam, M. merchant 131 High 
Halker and TFilson, merchants 27 north Third 
/rail George, taylor 61 Penn and 6 Swanson 
JTall John, Avindsor chairmaker 87 north Front 
W^all John, carter Sixth above Poplar 
/Fall John, merchant 64 sovj^th wharves 
/rail John, shoemakei' 161 Pine 

[^see Wahi 
/Fall Margaret, widow 144 north Eighth 
Wall Mary shopkeeper 5 Coomb's alley 
Wall Mrs. gentlewoman 209 Spruce 
/Fall Mrs. washerwoman 135 north Sixth 
//'all Peter, shoemaker 8 Plum 
//'all R. Windsor chairmaker 108 north Front 
/Fall //^illiam labourer 23 Crab 
Wallace Alexander, storekeeper 65 north Second 



WAL— WAL 

B'allace, Burton, gentleraan 67 south Eleventh 

JFallace Eieazar, saddler &C. 42 Ann (N. L.) 

?Fallace E. widow 15 Carter's alley 

W^allace George, distiller 176 north Jfater 

H'allace Isaac, mariner 18 Argyle 

Wallace John B. coijncellor at law 58 s. Fourth 

near W^alnut 
n allace John, victualler 12th near Vine 
Hallace John, taylor Sweedes alley 
/Wallace John, sea captain 32 Argyle 
rrallace John, grocer 207 Cedar 
rrallace Joseph, chairmaker 30 Cortes alley 
TFallace Joshua M. jun. merchant 152 fFalnut & 

40 Dock 
Jfallace & Cox potters 334 north Front 
Wallace Mrs. of John, Emslie*s alley 
iW'allace Philip, oysterman 156 Cherry 
ri^allace Robert, lumber merchant 511 N. Front 
PFallace Robert, student of theology 5th n. Queen 
fFallace Samuel, bricklayer 303 Race 
H'^aliace Thomas, mahogany sawyer 12 1 Queen (S.) 
fFallace Thomas, late taylor 18 Almond 
Ji'^ixVsLce ThomaSy taylor 447 south Second 
rrall^ce Thomas, bookbinder & ruler 33 Pewter- 
plater alley 
/'F'alla'e ?^homas, carpenter, Kuglers court 
rraliace Thomas K. iron merchant 111 N. 2d t: 

211 Race ^ 

TValUcc widow of TV. m. d. 109 Queen 
W'allare Jt^'^illiam, storekeeper I north Second 
JFallace fFilliam, potter 334 N. Front & 14 Duke 
Jfaliare W'^Jlliam, shijg^vvright Hanover 
f^allas Edward, coachmaker, Currant alley near 

I orust 
Tf'allas '.amuel coachmaker 205 Cherry 
fFalier L P- arcomptant 15 Fernon 
TFallis widow of Charles cor. Callowhill Sc Ridge 
IFallis f'Titlian., grocer 248 Cedar 
?rallhimer E. N. boarding house 363 N. Front 
rrallini?- Thomas, niariner 124 Queen (S.) 
rFallingtnn Edward, sea captain 9 Queen (S.) 
/Fallii^gtcn Isaac, ferryman Shackamaxon 



WAL— WAL 

jralllngton John, accomptant 90 N. Fifth 
irahvEhzabeth, 223 Walnut 
Wain Jacob S. jun. attorney at law 144 S. Second 
IV&ln Jacob S. merchant 34 south tvharves, dwel- 

linjjf 2 York buildings [^see Wall 

Wain widow of Jesse, merchant 126 Spruce 
#raln Nicholas, gentleman back 144 south 2d 
W^^aln Robert, merchant 138 south 2d 
Wain \Vm. merchant comptinghouse 34 Dock, 

dwelling south-east cor. Seventh and Chesnut 
tWalnesley S. labourer Frankford road n. Otter , 
Walnot Francis, haiidresber 29 s. 3d 
Walnut John, carpenter 38 Christian 
i^Falpole 7^honias, grocer and bottler 84 south 3d 
n alsh Christopher, accomptant 9 Hinckle*s court 
Walsh Robert, gentleman 109 s. 3d [^see IValch 
Walsh rraiter, carpet weaver corner Federal and. 

Moyamensing road [see IVcUh 

Waiter Adam, shoemaker 123 Mulberry 
Walter Catharine, widow 41 Duke (N. L) 
Walter Conrad, baker 31 Passyunk cor. Shippen 
Walter Elizabeth, widow 86 Budd 
Walter Elizabeth, tailoress 3 Cresson's court 
Walter George, taylor 24 south rfater ^ 

Walter George, late innkeeper 72 Bro\\Ti 
f/ alter George, carter sch. Eighth near Tine 
^Falter Isaac, bricklayer 145 south Ninth 
Walter Jacob, tinplateworker. 177 north Third 
Walter Jacob F. bricklayer 138 north Eightlit 
Walker John J. baker next 29 Swanson 
Walter Joseph S. bricklayer 26 Tine 
Walter Juliana, nurse 97 Crown 
Walter Matthias, carter James* 
Walter Peter P. accomptant l5»rernon 
Walter P. sand & coal yard Oak (N.^L.) dwelling 

330 North Front 
Walter Peter P. boathuilder Oak (N. L.) 
Walter Peter, biscuitbaker 134 Brown 
Walter Thomas, teacher Locust above Eighth 
Wallers Abraham, innkeeper Poplar lane near 
Fourth 
. Walters Catharine, widow 6 Cfillowhill 



WAL— WAR 

Walters James, C. taylor 349 north Fron: 
Walters John, glover 5 Brewer's alley 
Walters Michael, glover 9 1 north Fifth 
Walters Peter, mariner 2 York court 
Walters widow of G. A. shoemaker 246 s. Froiit 
Walters If illiam, brickmaker Sassafras near sch, 

Seventh 
Waltman G. victualler Hudson's lane near Eighth 
Waltman widow of Michael, tavern keeper. 261 

Locust - [see IVartman 

W"altman widow, seamstress 130 south Tenth 
Waltman William, minter 48 Chester street 
Walton Boaz, cabinetmakei next 328 south Front 
Walton Enoch, blockmakcr 60 Union 
Walton Enoch, carpenter 4 Gillis' alley 
Walton Elizabeth bonnet maker 14 Church alley 
fialton Gabriel merchant Ann street (sch.) 
Walton George, carpenter 305 north Second 
Walton Isaiah, plaisterer Rose alley (N. L.) 
Walton Jeremiah, cabinetmaker 157 Green 
Walton Jeremiah, shoemaker 5 1 Brown 
Walton Joseph, bookseller &c 14 Church alley Sc 

31 High 
Walton Pemberton, tavernkeeper 244 south 3d 
Walton Robert, labourer sch. Front near Locust 
Walton Samuel, cabinetmaker 331 north 3d 
Walton Thomas, taylor 12 Strawberry 
Walts John, cordial distiller back 441 north 2d 
W^altymyers Lewis, late taylor Maple street 
Wampole Isaac, ..conveyancer, Sec. 163 Mulberry 
Waney Mary, gardener Hudson's lane n. Eighth 
Ward Benjamin, labourer 123 Swanson 
Ward Caleb, labourer Locust above Ninth 
Ward Charles, labourer Juniper alley 
Ward 8c Govett, clock 8c watchmakers N. W. cor. 

High & Front 
Ward Jehu, siversmith and watch maker 1^5 

Chesnut 
Ward Isaae, clock Sc watchmaker corner High 8c 

Front 
Ward John, grocer 85 south Water 
Ward John, gunsmith Otter near Frankford RoacT 



Ji ard J. shoemaker CIO south From 
n ard Patrick, storekeeper 336 south SecoiK4 
/Tarcl Sarah, widow washerwoman Lily alley 
rf ard Thomas, carter 7 Little Fine 
I FTard 7'obias, labourer Millers alley 
TFard widow boat dinghouse Swedes alley 
H'ard William acconiptant 8c scrivener 178 Spruce 
71 arder Jeremiah, merchant 104 south Front 
if rarder Jeremiah, jun. merchant 121 Sassafras 
T Tar der John, merchant 1 17 Sassafras 
n arder John, jun. merchant 85 north Seventh 
^V^arder John H. merchant 85 north Seventh 
ITarder 8c Brothers merchants Race-st wharf 
f^are B. oakcooper 90 south f^ater Sc 91 Front 

[^see IVeir 
Jtare Charles labourer Pearson's court 
rfa re David, shipchandler 220 and 231 Swanson 
n'are James, carpenter 108 north Sixth 
FFare John, shipjoiner 8 Noble &c 235 N. Front 
ITare Mary, widow 416 north Front 
TFare Stephen, shoemaker 361 south Second 
i'l^are Thomas lal)ourer shackamaxon 
rrare Richard, carpenter 67 Locust 
f Tare Thomas carpenter 79 Locust 
JFare Thomas, labourer cor. 4th 8c Tammany 
rraring Elijah, merchant 152 High n. 86 New 
Jfarne JFillett, house register, intelligence cs 

commission office 44 south Fourth 
/Farner Alice, tayloress Friends* alms house 
JTamer Adam, saddler 25 north Sixth 
rrarner Andrew, labourer 98 Green 
/P^arner Benjamin, bookseller 28 north 4th 8c 147 

High 
JFarner Benjamin F. brassfounder 36 N. Eighth 
iFarner Edward, combmaker 113 Brown 
TFarner Elizabeth, widow 13 Sugar alley 
H^arner F. dairyman 4 above George 
fFarnerSc Gorgas, lumber merchts. next 243 Tine 
rrarner Heronimus, brassfounder 36 N. Eighth 
r^^ arner Hezekiah, labourer Shackamaxon 
rrarner Jacob F. bell hanger &c brassfounder I r 

north Eighth 

Gggg 



WAR— WAR 

Warner Jacob, labourer cor. Gerniantown Road 

Warner James, coachmaker 17 Charlotte 

Warner John, merchant 27 north fFater 

W^arner John, grocer cor. Lancaster R. 8c High 

Warner John, lumber merchant 9 1 north Sixth 

Warner John, back 366 south Second 

Warner John,saddletreemaker Sassafr^n.sch. 7th 

Warner John, combmaker 124 Brown 

FFariier John, carpenter 177 Pine 

rFarner Joseph, silversmith 22 Greenleaf court 

rrarner Joseph, 28 north Fourth 

Jlarner Mark, sea captain 123 north W^ater 

TFarner Martha, widow 308 north Third 

rrarner Matthias, labourer 7 Greenleaf court . 

rrarner Philip, shoe and enginehoase maker 13 

Sugar alley a, 

rrarner Philip, smith Elmslies alley 
Trarner Samuel, upholsterer 6 1 Coats 
^Farner Sarah, shopkeeper 26 south Third 
rrarner E. & S. mantuamakers Raspberry alley 
^Farner Trimble & Co. merchants 27 N. Water 
/Farner William, victualler Lawrence 
Warner William, mercht 17 s. Water & 17 Prune 
/Farner William tavernkeeper 265 south Fourth 
/Farnack Jacob A. sea captain 107 Swanson 
rrarnick Albert painter Sec. 71 Green 
^Farnick John G. engraver Summer's court 
Warnick Martha, nurse 34 Plum 
Warnick Nicholas, taylor 78 Gei*man 
Warnick William, drayman back 134 south 4th 
Warnick William, cordwainer, back 100 Plum 
Warnock Daniel, labourer near 268 south Sixth 
Warnock John, nailcutter & grocer 281 N. 3d cor. 

Noble 
Warnock Joseph, nailer Heydes court & 282 High 
jrrarr John, innkeeper 97 south Fifth 
Warr Valantine, innkeeper 305 Fine 
Warren Benjamin, silverplater 390 Race 
I Warren Isaac, woodsawyer Smith's court 
Warren Isaac, carteivOak near Noble (N. L.) 
Wari^n James, shallopman 1 2 Spruce^ 
Wiarren Jomes, painter he 96 Budd 



WAR--WAT 

/rarren Peter, carpenter 342 Race below Tenth 
rrarren Philip, cabinetmaker 363 Mulberry 
^Tarren Robert 300 south Fourth 
JFarren Sarah, scamtress 468 north Third 
//arren ^niliam, trader 385 South Second 
/rarren /niliam, manager of New Theatre 12 

Sanson! 
TTarren JrilJiam, painter Sec. 96 Budd 
rrarrence F. cc/achniaker 97 Spruce & Green's 

court 
ITarrinj^on Isaac, labourer Moyamensing nc£(r 

Prime 
Warrington John^ watchmaker 136 south Front 
rr'artman Abvaham jun. victualler Buttonwood n. 

Fifth 
Wartman George, victualler cor. Old York road 

& Buttonwood 
Wartman Michael, constable 286 north Eighth 
Trarwick Charles, bricklayer 1 1 4 north Sixtli 
f/arwick John, drayman Noble north Second 
ITarAvick Thomas, smith and farrier Poplar lane 

near Second 
t/Taterford Joseph, labourer Lee's court 
rraterman Jesse, teacher 88 south Fifth 
JFaterman Lewis, weaver 569 south Front 
?raterman Thomas, accomptant stock Sc exchange 

broker and conimission merchant 27 Powell 
^ aters Amos, labourer Moyamensing near Prime 
TFaters D. Rittenhoasc, attorney at law cor. 4th 

& ^'alnut 
Craters Eleanor, nurse 47 Lombard 
rraters Elizabeth, widow 3 47 north »l'ront 
craters Esther, widow 84 south Eighth 
TKaters Hanson, merchant 24 north Third 
craters Jacob, ropemaker Moyamensing n Prim? 
/Faters John, mariner 28 Shippen 
fFaters John, teacher Carpenter (S.) 
Haters Nancy, huckster 2'-,'2 St John 
/Faters William, sea captain 7 north Sixth 

rratkin innkeeper falls Schuylkill 

TFatkin Isaac, innkeepei* (Rising sun) Germ, road 

\ji(c Wadkini^ 



WAT— WAT 

Watkins John, ropemaker, 52,2 south Front 
Watkins John shipwright 17 Beck's alley 
Watkins John, grocer 69 north Si?ith 
Watkins Mary, widow 429 south Second 
Watkins Samuel, currier Townsend's court 
Watkins Sarah, bonnetmaker 6 Strawberry 
Vvatkins Samuel P. sea captain 145 north T^atel' 
Watkins Thomas, sailmaker, back 80 Green 
Watman Adam, drayman 96 Coats [«^e Wartmah 
Watman Barbara, widow 44 1 north Third 
Watman George, victualler cor. Noble and York 

road - \^see Waltman 

Watmouth Anna, widovV 62 south Fifth 
Watson Benjamin, labourer Locust near Broad 
Watson Charles C. merchant tayior 92 Chesnut 
Watson Charles, merchant 136 Pine & 36 N. 2"d 
Watson Charles C. & J. wo6len drapers, men's 

mercers and taylors 92 Chesnut 
Watson Christian, tayior 353 north Front 
Watson David, letter carrier Swanwick street 
Watson Halbert, sea captain Federal above 2d 
t Watson Henry, labourer 12 Locust 
Watson Hugh, labourer Sch. 5th near High 
Watson James, cabinetmaker 73 New 
Watson Job, stablekeeper back 285 High 
Watson John, merchant tayior 167 Spmce 
Watson John, shoemaker Elmslie's alley 
Watson John, mariner 143 Locust 
Watson John, shipwright 158 Swanson 
Watson John, labourer Anne above 12th 
Watson John F. bookseller 8c stationer, s. w. cor- 

ner Third and Chesnut 
Watson Jonathan, carpenter Steinmetz court 
Watson Joseph, lumber merchant 208 south 3d 
Watson Margaret, stay & corslet maker 82 Spruce 
Watson Mary, widow Little's court 
Watson Mary, teacher 23 N. Fourth 
Watson Mary, milkwoman Hanover near West 
Watson Mrs. A. D. embroiderer 222 south 4tl" 
Watson Mrs. widow Shriver's court 
Watson Sophia, shopkeeper 94 Swanson 
Watson Thomas, teacher 7 3 Pine 



WAT—WEA 

Watson i nomas, grocer 19 north titiiuli z 

Watson £c White, grocers 19 north I>ii^hth 

Watson William H. mate 51 south Water 

Wattson Thomas, teacher 222 south Fourth 

Wattson Thomas, biscuitbakcr 68 Mulberry 

Watt Alexander, accomptant 80 north Ninth 

Watt John, grocer 294 Arch 

Watt Joseph, drayman back 10 Latitia court 

Watt Samuel, 32 south Tifth 

Watt John, labourer Hopkins court 

Watt John, grocer Mulberry abov€ Tenth 

Watt James, weaver Mulberry above Tenth 

Watton Robert, labourer sch. Front near Locus' 

Watts Edward, trunkmaker 5 1 south Water 

TFatts Mrs. mantuamaker 1 18 Lombard 

Watts Samuel, shoemaker Prime belo\? Second. 

Walts William, shoemaker 173 Fine 

Waugh Jane, grocer 1 14 Lombard 

Way Andrew, late taylor i 1 8 Sassafras 

Way Caleb, merchant 84 Crown 

fVdy George, coachmaker 14 Shippen 

Way Joseph, Pilot 467 south Front 

Way Lewis, wheelwright back 57 Budd 

Way James, merchant 6 Laurel 

Wayne & Biddle, looking-glass and fancy stort: 

S. W. corner Front and High 
-Wayne Caleb P. hardware merchant 4 s. Eront 
Wayne Jacob, cabinetmaker 135 Sc 166 N. Front 
Wayne widow of Samuel, carpenter 117 N. Fifth 
Wayne William, gentleman Poplar below Second 
Wayne Wn\. hardware store 59 High 8c 23 Arch 
Weasey Samuel, shoemaker 28 Budd 
Weatherby Daniel, shipjomer upper ferry road 
Weatherby Joseph, deputy marshal 181 Coats 
Weatherly Daniel, millwright Arch n. sch. Front 
Weatherly David, clock & watchmaker 8 1 N. 3d 
^ Veatherstine Adam, victualler cor. Tammany Sc 

Old York Road 
Weatherstine Christian, victualler 4th above Brown 
Wcatherstine John, victualler York R. n. Fifth 
Weatherstine Samuel, nailor York R. n. Fifth 
Weaver Abraham, merchant 256 High 
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WEA— Web 

Weaver Adam, blacksmith Weavers alley- 
Weaver Adam, taylor 103 Catharine 
Weaver Ann, widow 229 N. 2d & 99 German 
Weaver Ann,, wire coverer Nicholson's court 
Weaver Barney, milkman Locust near 1 3th 
Weaver Catharine, mantuamaker 154 south Fifth 
Weaver tonrad, labourer 37 Crown 
Weaver Davfd, brickmaker 270 north Eighth 
Weaver Elijah, storekeeper 12 northT'ront 
Weaver Emmor T. gold 8c silversmith watchcase 
maker & gilder 17 Elfreith's alley, 8c 1 13 N. 2d 
Weaver F. widow tayloress 176 Race 
Weaver George, cooper York R. cor. Logan 
Weaver George, constable 252 south Third 
Weaver George, coachmaker 2 1 s. 8th 8c 42 Car- 

penter's alley 
Weaver Henry jun. brickmaker cor. 6th 8c Green 
Weaver Henry, sugar baker 87 Passyunk 
Weaver widow of Henry, cor. Old York road 8c 

Green 
Weaver Henry, merchant 49 Tammany 
Weaver H. sugarboiler Second above German » 

town road 
Weaver Jacob, labourer 393 north Third 
Weaver John, calico printer Beach near Warren 
Weaver John, basketmaker Marlborough n. Prince 
Weaver John, lumber merchant 101 Cherry 
Weaver John, shoemaker Locust above Twelfth 
Weaver John, m. d. 69 Coats* 
Weaver John, shipjoiner 26 Duke (N. L.) 
Weaver John, jun. shipjoiner 22 Budd 
Weaver Michael, ropemaker Seventh near Gee- 

mantown road 
Weaver Matthew, fecdstore 1 1 4 north Seventh 
Weaver Mrs. widow huckster 15 W^agner's alHy 
Weaver Perry, shallopman 13 Callowhill 
Weaver Peter, sugarbaker 189 Cherry 
Weaver William, gentleman 101 Cherry 
Weaver William, stationer 193 and 258 High 
Webb Abner, deputy marshall 1 Wood 
Webb Jane, widow of Thomas, 345 south Second 
tWebb Isaac, labourer 138 Coate* 



WEB— WEI 

Webb John? cooper 34 Hne and 201 north Fr«n( 
Webb John, merchant taylor 87 south Second 
Webb Moses, carpenter 131 st. John 
Webb Thomas, sea captain 47 Almond 
Webb Thomas, mate 345 south •Second 
Weber Eliza, segarmaker sch. 8th near Sassafras 
Webster Ann, widow cakebaker Emlen*s court 
tWebster Charles, coachman George above Tenth 
Webster Eliza. Woglom's court 
Webster George fancy store 1 8 High 
Webster James, bookseller 185 south 5th 
Webster William H. comedian l4l s. Eleventh 
Webster William, shallopman Brown near Front 
W^eckerly Conrad, merchant 207 and 209 north 3d 

[^ses JVackerly 
Weckerly Elizabeth, widow 225 Arch 
Weckerly Mrs. widow Lawrence street 
Weed Joseph, grocer 416 north Third corner 

Brown 
Weed George, jun, sign painter 207 south Front 

[see IVicks 
Weeks Job, cotton ball winder 81 Budd 
Weeks Mary, shopkeeper 228 south Second 

f [^see IVickes 

Weeks Richard, sea captain 171 st John 
Weeks Samuel, carpenter Juniper lane 
Wcelden James, cordwainer 379 south Second 
Weems and Benson, merchants 201 High 
Weems James N. merchant 201 High 
Weest Susan, nurse 131 north Third 
Wehner Benedict J. cordwainer 141 Vine 
Welling Catharine, widow corner Hudson's )ane 

and Seventh 
Weir, Mrs. c^rocer 401 north Second \jsee Wmr 
Weir Silas E. auctioneer 20 south Front 
Weiseman Andrew, cooper 333 north Second 

[see Wise 
Weisenbauch Henry, gentleman 80 north sixth 
Weiser George, shoemaker 187 st. John 
Weiscr John, carpenter 524 north Third 
Weiss Elizabeth, shopkeeper 1 3 1 north Third 
Weiss EHas, baker 217 Callowhill 



WEI—WEI. 

Weiss Henry, taylor 34 Coates' alley 
Weiss Philip, baker Fine near Sixth 
Weissenbauch William, comb maker 183 st. Johj?i 
Weissman Samuel, blacksmith 345 north Second 
Weissner Frederick, sugar boiler 137 north Sixth 
Welch Catharine, widow Watson's alley 
Welch Jacob, carpenter 13 W^agner's alley 
Welch widow of Peter, painter Sec. Frankford R. 

above Queen 
W^elch John, saddler 8c harness maker 191 Cal- 

lowhill 
Welch John, merchant 10 below Chesnut 
Welch Phoebe widow, Hoffman's alley 
Welch Thomas, baker 56 Union 
Welcome Joseph, oak cooper Hudson's Lane cor. 

Eighth 
Welding John, ferryman 39 Prime 
Weldon Alexander, mariner 30 Charlotte 
Weldon John, shoemaker 262 south Fifth 
WeMon Jonathan, pilot 64 Swanson 
Weldon Thomas, mariner 48 Penn 
Wellford Robert, original American composition 

ornamental manufactory 145 south Tenlb, 
Wells John, labourer 272 south Sixth 
Wells John coachmaker 63 Christian 
Wells Joseph, rigger 35 Duke (N, L.) 
Wells Mary, shopkeeper 73 N. 5th 
Wells Mrs. teacher 4th above Brown 
Wells Mrs. widow, 28 north Fifth 
JVcWs Seth, dealer 272 south Fifth 
WcUs Thomas, cordwainer 297 Arch 
IVeWs Ulysis, mariner Whitehall st. 
W^ells Wm. shipwright Prime above Front 
^reiser Godfrey, m. d, 499 south Front 
J^elser John, shoemaker Swedes alley 
fTelsh Hannah, boardinghouse 195 Walnut 
W^elsh James, carpenter Currant alley [see Walsh 
^elsh James, grocer 86 N. rFater 
W^elsh James, ironmonger and tinsmith 27 High 
^^^elsh John, merchant 42 s. Sixth 
l^^elsh John, coachman Bolton's court 
^^elsh John,plaisterer 16 Little Pine 



WEL—WES 

jytlsh widow of Joseph, 59 s. Seventh 
JVthh Mary, widow 35 Penn 
rrelsh William, hatter 1 Strawberry 
/renckel Henry, baker back 127 Callow h ill 
TTenreinhardt George, coachpainter 87 Crown 
f/ entz Bernaixl, labourer south Juniper n. Spruce 
Jl'entz Samuel, merchant taylor 70 north Third 
/f entz Philip, cooper above 543 north Third 
rrentzel M. Sc R. mantuamjikers 5 South alley 
n erian George, brewer Mifflin's court 
/reeener Christopher, grocer n. w. cor. Ninth and 

Cherry 
rrerk Francb, labourer Pleasant st. 
JTertheym Alexander J. m. d. 227 S. Third 
n^espert Christopher, painter 4th above Brown 
rresscll John, rherchant 44 Dock 
TFessels Sarah, widow 161 Pine 
rrest Abagail, milliner 49 Spruce 
J^'e5t Abm. coachman Currant alley 
fVe^t Ann, widow nurse 172 s. Fifth 
TFest Charles C. merchant tailor 45 Arch 
Ti'est Charles L. iron merchant 141 N. Front 
H'est Elizabeth, washerwoman back 198 N. 2d 
/^est Francis, merchant 108 south Front 
r^est Hannah, gentlewoman 186 north Front 
rrest 8c Jeanes, salt merchants 155 north Water 
^rest John, shallopman 78 Penn 
Test John, mariner 4.18 s. Front & 148 N. Front 
West John, pulveriser St. Joseph's avenue 
West Joseph, labourer Lily alley 
West Joseph H. merchant 184 N. Front 
West Mary widow of John, innkeeper 143 Walnut 
\''.''est Sarah, shopkeeper 571 Mulberry 
'.'"est Samuel, lumljer merchant 307 N. Third 
V\'est William, corner Vine and Front 
\Vest William, mariner 6 Argyle 
V'escoatt Joel, carter 333 N. Front 
N'escoatt Lewis, bleeder, 8cc. 3 1 5 s. Front 
Vestcoat Charles, drayman Sassafras n. sch. 7th 
Wcslcoat widow of Izra, Cooper's court (N. L.) 
W^estcoat David, labourer cor. John and Wood 
Westcoat Robert, gentleman 262 High 



WES—WHA 

Westcott Amie, cakebaker 23 N. Ninth 

Wester Henry, brickmaker High near permanent 

bridge 
Wester William, taylor 19 Plum 
Westenber^er George, yeoman Buck road near 

U. S. arsenal 
Weston Samuel, gentleman cor. High and llth 
Weston Sarah, widow 100 N. Fourth 
Weston Mrs. of Thomas, 6 Sugar alley 
Westphatl Charles W. goldsmith 114 Race 
Westphall Sarah, widow 27 Brewer's alley 
Wetherill Christopher, hatter 207 Sassafras 
Wetherill John, oil and colourman 7 north Front 

and 16 Arch 
Wetherill Jos. late inspector of lumber 170 s. 4th 
Wetherill Mordecai, oil and colourman 9 South 

alley 
Wetherill Mrs. Catharine, tayloress 1 8 Bank st. 
Wetherill Samuel, sen. colourman 417 Higrv 
Wetherill Samuel, jun. colourman 419 High 
Wetherill Samuel 8c Son, oil and colourmen 65 

north Front 
Wetherill Thomas^ carpenter 304 s. Second 
Wetherstine Peter, victualler 58 Brown 

[^see Weath 
Wevill Ann, upholsterer cor. Chesnut and Fifth 
Wevill & Nicolas, upholsterers cor. Chesnut and 

Fifth 
Wexstrim Samuel, mariner 62 Catharine 
Weyand Conrad, carpenter Arch above Eleventh 

[«fe Wyand 
Weyant John, drayman 506 N. Second 
Weyant Peter, carpenter Kunckel n. Tammany 
Weyman Catharine, seamstress 10 South alley 
Weyman Daniel, grocer 320 N. Front 
Weyman Jacob, innkeeper 50 Callowhill 
Weyman widow of John, back 399 N. Third 
Whaley William L. blacksmith Maiden 
Wharfe James, accomptant 96 s. Third 
Whartman Abr. victualler York road and Noble 
Whartman Abr. jun. victualler Buttonwood n. 5th 
Whartman William, painter Cedat* above Tentti 



WIIA— WHE 

Wbartonbury, washerwoman Clifton 
Whartnaby Jacob, shipwright Frankfort! road n. 

Otter 
Wharton Charles, merchant 136*s. Second , 
Wharton Elizabeth, widow 128 s. I'ourth 
Wharton Fishboum, merchant 240 Spruce 
Wharton Francis R. merchant 107 S. Third 
Wharton George, grocer 134 Callowhill 
Wharton Isaiah, shoemaker 4 York court 
Wharton widow of Isaac, merchant 107 s. Third 
Wharton John, surgeon barber 165 N. Front 
»Wharton John, shoemaker 87 s. Front 
Wharton John, commission broker 1 1 s. Nintii 
Wharton Joseph, merchant 151 s. Fifth 
Wharton Moore, broker 68 s. Second 
Wharton Mrs. boarding house 19 Prune 
Wharton Sc Palmer, salt merchants Pine street 

wharf 
Wharton Rebecca, gentlewoman 58 Chesnut 
Wharton Robert, alderman 135 s. Third 
Wharton Sarah, segarmaker 246 s. Front 
Wharton Thomas G. merchant 87 Pine 
Wharton Thomas F. merchant 126 s. Fourth 
Wharton Thomas J. attorney at law 90 s. Third 
Whealan James, soap and candle manufactory 9C 

north Second 
Wheaton Enoch, grocer 240 north Waler 
Wheaton Pal more, innkeeper Beach near Penn 
Wheaton Wm. sea captain 391 north Front 
Wheeler Charles, attorney at law 99 Vine 
Wbeeler Sc Exley, black & whitesmiths Brewer's 

alley n. Fourth 
Wheeler Enoch, gentleman 99 Vine 
Wheeler Henry, taylor 70 s. 3d and Townsend's 

court 
Wheeler Sc Howell, merchant*, 176 High 
Wheeler I. I. linerchant 176 High 
Wheeler John, chairmaker 6.5 Vine 
W^hceler John, grocer 1 York court 
Wheeler John, taylor 84 N. J/ater 
Wheeler Samuel, Justice of the Peace 99 Vine 
•'VVheeller Samuel, ]un. «arpentr»- 110 N- I'jf!:hth 



WHE— WHI 

Wheeler William, carter Passyunk below Prime 
Whelan Patrick E. merchant 23 Coombs' alley 
Whelan William, grocer corner Chesnut and 4th 
Whelen Israel, merchant and treasurer of the 

Schuylkill bridge company 194 Chesnut and 

8 N. Fourth 
Whelen Mary, gentlewoman 304 Chesnut above 

Eleventh 
Whelldin Daniel, sea captain 1 1 Vernon 
Whelldin Wilmon, captain New Castle packet 15 

Vernon 
Whetstone Henry, drayman Charles* court 
Whetstone Isaac, carter 25 Coombs' alley 
Whetstone Jacob, labourer 503 s. 2d 
Whetstone Nicholas, tobacconist 27 Coombs' alley 
Whistler D. 8c Engard, taylors 161 N. Third 
Whitaker James, smith, Sec. Hartung's alley and 

20 Coombs' alley [^see Whitecar 

Whitaker Joseph, Bailor Littleboy's court 
WHiitall Mary, shopkeeper 216 south Third 
Whitby widow of William, plaisterer 130 south 

Tentlx : 
White ^^- gnfes, widow back 96 Filbert 
White A njdrew, stonemason 13th below High 
White Britton, jun. merchant 181 Pine 
White Charles, victualler 298 north Eighth 
V/hite widow of Christopher, 128 north Fourth 
White Charles, gentleman 145 south Fifth 
fWhite Daniel, woodsawyer Deans alley 
White E. widow 150 north Eighth 
White George, blacksmith 36 Bread 
White Henry, tavernkee'per 121 Swanson 
j White Henry, shoeblack 5 6 south Second 
White Hugh, tallow chandler 40 Ann (N. L.) 
White Isaac, shipbuilder Pitt near George 
White Jacob, cotton-ball-maker 23 Eliazbeth stcect 
White James, weaver 103 Crown 
White James, nailor 69 Arch 
White James, accomptant 138 Locust 
White James, teacher 173 Fine 
While James, sawyer 1 1 Springett alley 
White James G. grocer 251 s- 3d cor. Shipper 



Wi-H— Wild 

Wliite Jesse, tavemkeeper Blackhoisc alky 
White John G. labourer sch, 8th near Race 
White John, blacksmith West of Permt. Bridge 
White John, m. d. and chymist 108 N. Front 

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te John, waterman 61 Christian 

te John, merchant 12 s. Water k 140 s. 2d 

te John, grocer 19 noith Eiy;hth 

te John, sl.o-maker 73 south T/ ater 

te John, labourer 6 Little H ater 

te Jonathan, carpenter 271 noith Third 

te Joseph, combraaker 87 north Second 

te Joseph, hardware merchant 599 High 

te Joseph, clock 8c watchmaker 3 Callowhill 

te Joseph, teacher ]fyS north Fifth 

te Josiah, wire worker 172 Mulberry 

te Lewis, confectioner cor. Callowhiil k Juli- 
anna 

te Mary, tayloress 274 north Th'rd 
te Mrs. bocirdinghouse 35 3 High 
te Margaret, vii:tualler 294 north Eightli 
te Robert, carpenter 135 south Eighth "■ 
te Robert, laljourer Taper alley 
te Samuel, shoemaker Oak above Coats' st. 
te Samuel, shoemaker Frankford above QuecTi 
te Samuel, carpenter 74 Budd 
te Samuel, manner back 387 south Front 
te Samuel, labourer 103 Christian 
te Solomon, carpenter Wag'om's court 
te Thile, harnessmaker Sassafras alley 
te Thomas, printer 9 Lombard 
te Thomas, boardinghouse 79 south Fifth 
te Thomas, storekeeper 284 north Second 
te Thomas, smith 104 Filbert 
te Thomas, storekeeper 380 north Second 
te Thomas, teacher 369 N, Front & 81 Coats' 
te Thomas, labourer High n. Perm Bridge 
te Tho. H. merchant 286 High & 89 /^Falnut 
te widow of Richard, 63 south Eleventh 
te ff'^iHiam, tallowchandler 240 north Thir<! 
te William, gentleman 204 north Sixfh 
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WHI— WHI 

White William, storekeeper 6 south Sixth 
W^hite i^riHiam, victualler Mulberry alley 
White William, victualler Buttomvood above Sixth 
White rev. Wm. d. d. commissioner of loans, 110 

north Front 
White rev. Wm- d. d. bishop of the Episcopal 

chufch 89 Wslnut 
Whitebread widow of Charles, shipwright 71 

Christian 
Whitebread William, shipwright 71 Christian 
Whitecar Eliz. & Rachel^ widows 120 Cedar 
Whitecar Joseph, grocer 15 Callowhill 
Whitecar Thomas, 91 & 93 s. 2d and 1 1 Norris*s 

alley [see Whittaker 

Whiteford Robert, mariner 369 south Front 
Whitehead David, shoemaker Federal above 2d 
Whitehead Elizabeth, widow 166 Swanson 
Whitehead James, merchant 27 Vine 
Whitehead John, tobacconist 499 north Third 
Whitehead John, merchant 23 Vine 
Whitehead John Sc James, merchants 222 N. 2d 
Whitehead widow of Richard, 62 Vine 
Whitehead Robert, scrivener 72 Vine 
Whitely Elizabeth, cor. of Sassafras Sc Thirteenth 
Whiteman Casper, porter PFalnut above Tenth 

\jsee Witman 
Whiteman Charles, drayman 284 north Eighth 
Whiteman David, carter corner Third & George 
Whiteman Elizabeth, seamstress Swedes alley ^ 
Whiteman Henry, tavern and stablekeeper mar^ 

ble street back 358 High 
Whitem^an JCfhn, shallopman Bakers alley 
Whiteman Jactob, late storekeeper 32 Ann (N. L.) 
Whiteman John, cutnailer Margaretta near. 2d 
Vv^hiteman John, carter V^ine n. sch. Eighth 
Whiteman Joseph, mariner back 17 Budd 
Whiteman Mary, 28 German 
Whiteman Michael, accomptant 49 WooA 
Whiteman Peter, carter Laurence cor. Callowhii! 
Whiteman widow of John,taylor 19 Carter's alley 
Whiteman Thomas, harnessmaker 17 Sassafras 

alley 



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win— wiD 

rrhiteman Windel, tanner cor. 5(1 & George 
IVhitcncr John, carter 123 Brown 
rf'hitener Margaret, widow 274 north Third 
frhitesides Alexander, plaisterer Callowbill n. 5lli 
rrhttesides Tf m. accomptant 193 Spruce 
/rhiting Nathaniel, liquor store 77 N. H atct 
Jr hitlick Joseph, oysterman 70 Catharine 
H'hitlow Catharine, boardinghouse Drinkers alley 
rr hitman Nathan, grocer 134 north 7/ater 
rrhitney Lebius, cabinetmaker 199 Race 
7f^hitney Ihomas, mathematical instrument mti- 

ker north Sixth above mill pond 
rrhitney Thomas J. combmaker 96 north 3d 
^rhilfill Catharine, huckster 4 near George 
i'^^hitsel Conrad, labourer 375 north Fourth 
n'hittaker John, 13 Knight's court 
JThittendale Robert, cordwainer 224 south 2d 
7/Tiittle widow of Robert, merchant 15 s. 2d 
^Fiatt Ann, widow teacher 143 Coats 
IViatt John, bookbinder 365 north Third 
n'iatt Solomon, bookseller, 5cc. 368 north 2d 
fFible Jesse, wharf builder Beach near Maiden 
TVih]e IMartin, smith Beach above high bridge 
JFichel Samuel, carter 167 north Sixth 
H'^ickersham Amos, distiller 278 Arch cor. 10th 
^Fickersham John, 9 s. Wharves and 51 Filbert 
Fickersham Thomas, merchant 16 s. Second 
rickes Benjamin, sea captain 210 south Second 

[^see fVeeka. 
^rickes Joshua, nailer 58 New Market 
^Fickham widow of James, taylor 188 N. Water 

& 193 N. Front 
/^'ickham M. T. inspector of arms, U. S. Arsenal 
7/ irk ward Thomas, shallopm.an 27 Noble 
7Fiddifield George, carpenter 106 St. John 
n'iddifield James, carpenter N. E. cor. 5th and 

Cedar 
/Fiddifield JFilliam, ironmonger 42 N. Third & 

38 Mulberry 
rFiddifield JFilliam, gentleman 37 Key's alley 
JFiddows Peter, teacher 77 north Front 
f Fidmin John, victualler Coats near Sixth 



IF idtfiey Joha, brickmaker Vine near Broad 
JFiedersum John, stonecutter 67 north Tenth 
/Fie^and Conrad, smith 340 Sassafras 
/rieker Jacob, coachman Presbyterian court 
/i'iessell Eliza, tea store 147 south Third 
0'iessel1 Frederick, merchant 183 south Seventh 
//''i>^gins BeBJamin, shoemaker 444 north Front 
i/'i<^gin9 Samuel, carter Hudson's lane n. Pas»y- 

unk 
/-/^iggins Thomas, deputy sheriff 274 south 4th 
J^rigg-Iesworth William, toy warehouse 3 south 2d 
J^right Thomas, boot and shoemakw 275 & 2gf6 

north Third [sf f White ^ Vgi^.tt 

/rigmore Joseph A. china store 72 TflalDlit 
irikoff Henry, gentleman 44 Pine 
?rikoff Isaac, gentleman 34 Sansom 
?rikoff Isaac Cox, merchant 9 south Wat^i^ and 

34 Sansom 
frikoff Jacob C. druggist 35 High 
W^^ikoff Mrs. shopkeeper 94 Vine 
^Fikoff Peter, glass manufacturer 34 Sansom sfr 
fTilbank John, bras^ founder 46 north Seventh 
f^^ilborn John, collector 14 Bryan's alley 
W^ilcocks Benjamin C. merchant south east comet 

Walnut and Eighth (York Building) 
JTilcocks Edward, taylor 26 Strawberry ^ 

W^ilcocks John, mariner Fuller's alley 
Wilcocks Richard H. merchant 61 south ^FatelJP 

and 168 Chesnut 
JFilcocks Samuel, attorney at law 154 Walnut 
^rilcox Charles, supercargo 1 0th below George 
_^'ilcox Samuel, merchant 40 north Fifth 
fTiia Frederick, baker 277 south Fourth 
^Filden Lambert, mate 12 Elfreth's alley 
J^rilds Joseph, merchant taylor 98 south Second 
W ildey and Kensil, shipjo'mers 177 north Water 
/f'ildey Richard, shipjoiner Emlen's court 
Wilding Johnson, fisherman Queen near Palmer 
ff ile Barbary, washerwoman 141 north Fifth 
fFile Conrad, brewer Carpenter street &; 24 south 

Sixth 
W\\v. Conrad^ shoemaker 47 north Foujth 



WIL— WIL 

rr lie Mrs. nurse 33 north Fifth 

IVilcr John, baker 262 south Fifth 

H'ilcb Rebecca, widow nurse 33 north Fifth 

//'iiey Ann, widow 25 Green 

/riley Benjamin, carpenter 266 Sassafras 

[•see IVylie 
jriley Benjamin, shoemaker Lee's court 
ZFiley Catharine, bookfolder back 22 Strawberrjr 
n'ileyE. plaisterer Laurel near Budd 
rriley James, shoema^-er 443 north Second 
miey John, ostler 15 Gray's alley 
/f iley John, -shoemaker Frankford road n. Queen 
Ji iley Jonathan, bottler corner Cherry and 13th 
rriley Nathaniel, attendant to the several courts 

of justice 118 north Fifth 
IF iley Robert, grocer 147 south Eleventh 
n'iley widow, seamstress 26tCox's alley 
n'iley jrilliam, (grocer 290 north'Second 
fFilkey Mrs. widow Lawrence street near Vine 
Jrilkey n'illianij taylor 84 north Sixth 
JFilkins Benjamin W. coachmakcr 466 north 3d 
jrilkins Caleb, taylor 62 Chesnut 
t mi kins George, oysterman Mulberry n. Bi*oad 
/rilkins Mrs. of Samuel, 53 north Eighth 
mi v.inson Abner, taylor 1 19 south Water 
JFilkinson Christopher* carpenter 293 Mulberry 
rrilRinson John, shoemaker 36 Coat's 
jrilkinson William^ taylor 24 Crown 
frill Charles, victualler Buttonwood above Eighth 
rrill Elizabeth, victualler 285 north Eighth 
IV iW George, combmaker Fourth n. Poplar lane 
II ill Isaac, carpenter Poplar near Fourth 
JFill William, carpenter Fourth near Poplar lane 
J/'illard A. smith James street 
r/'illard Benjamin, stone mason ISIulberry hear 

sch. Front 
//'illard George, constable 145 Locust above 10th 
/T'illard Parr, shoemaker back 1 1 1 north Fifth' 
* i/' illday Mrs of Obadiah, carpenter 186 Cherry 
W^'illey Elizabeth, Vine near sch Front 
fFilley Jamts W bookbinder 4 Sassafras 
rrlllgus John B. carpenter next 72 Plum streft 
H hh b 2 



VVIL— WIL 

I^Killianis Aaron, 12 st. Mary 
fFillianis Alexander, Jeweller &;c. 203 Chesiiiit 
Williams Ann, cook Pine alley 
miliams Archibald B. mariner Pine alley 
t Frilliams Benjamin, porter Spruce above Eighth 
t^riiliams Ben. brickmoulder George n. sch 4th 
WWiams k Badlun, tallowchandlers 28 Stamper's 

alley 
J^rilliams Benjamin, currier 245 north Third 
t Williams Charles, gardener Blackberry alley 
W illiams Charles, sea captain 44 Almond 
Williams widow of Charles, labourer 43 Artiller-y 

lane 
W^ illiams David, watchman back 67 north Tenth 
/F illiams Dennis, labourer 478 north Third 
rr illiams David, labourer Shackamaxon 
Williams Mrs. of David, Biddies alley 
7F illiams Elijah D. sea captain 129 Vine 
n' illiams Elizabeth, widow Beach near Maiden 
Williams George, merchant 60 Mulberry 
t Williams George, carpenter 12 Locust 
j Williams George, labouuer back 300 Vine 
Williams G&orgeS. labourer John near Wood 
Williams James, merchant 164 Arch & 105 HigV^ 
Williams James, tobacconist 184 Cedar 
7 Williams Henry, labourer Fine near Juniper 
Williams Janies, fruiterer 64 High 
Williams Tames, carpenter 198 Pine 
" Williams James, boardinghouse 22 Hurst 
Williams Jencks, combmaker 1 1 1 Brown 
Williams Jeremiah, carter 482 south Second 
Williams Jesse, late lumber merchant 2 1 1 Spruce 
Williams Jesse, grocer 203 Sassafras 
JTilliams John, smith 415 south Front 
Williams John, carter back 1 10 Catharine 
Williams John, sea captain 87 south Second 
Williams John, shoemaker 286 south Fourth 
Williams John, carpenter Duncan's c©urt 
Williams John, victualler back 43 Charlotte 
WiUiams John, rigger back 1 10 Catharine 
J^^illiams ^ohn, labourer Shackamaxon 
fT illiams John, mate Cherry above Fourth 



VVIL— Wli. 

Williams John, labourer Mulberry n. sch. Third 
W'illiams John A. merchant 40 south Second 
fWilliams John, vvoodsawyer 4 below Christian 
- Williams Mrs. of John, cor. l,ambard Sc Eightli 
Williams John W, Beckleys Wharf 8c Wallace's 

court 
Williams Jonathan G. merchant 14 s. Front 
Williams Joseph, mahot^awy merchant 205 Spruce 
Williams Joseph, Hamilton Ullage 
Williams Lemuel, cordwainer 160 soufh Front 
1 Williams Levin, woodsawyer Shipptn above 7th 
Williams Moses, fruiterer 1 Quarry 
t Williams Moses, profile cutter, 10 sterling alley 
|Williams Mark, oysterman 73 Dock 
fWilliams Mark, oysterman 79 Plum 
t Williams Peter, woodsawyer Rose street 
Williams Reed, mercht 9 N. Trater &c 205 Spruce 
Williams Richard, taylor Coxe's alley 
Williams Richard, mariner 12 Little German 
Williams Robert, plaisterer 137 south Sixth 
fi^illiams S. & M. shopkeepers S5 south Secend 
tWilliams Sampson, carter Juniper near Vine 
fWilliams Saturday, woodsawyer 285 Vine 
Williams Samuel, currier 267 north Third 
Williams Samuel, currier 247 N. 3d 8c 75 Race 
Williams Samuel, lumber merchant 219 Jf^alnut 
Williams S. & J. mahogany yard Chesnut above 

Tenth 
Williams 8c Seckel, merchants 9 north crater 
Williams Samuel H. tinplateworker 236 High 
Williams Theophilus, truss hoop maker 4th neaf 

George 
Williams Thomas, painter 8cc 109 south Fifth 
Williams Thomas, shoemaker 20 Brown 
Williams Thomas 8c Benjamin, tanners 8c curriees 

45 1 north Front 
WilliaiBs Thomas 8c Son, cabinetmakers 75 8c 75 

Sassafras 
Williams 8c Thomas, curriers 245 north Third 
Williams widow of Thomas, mariner 18 Duke 
Williams William, labourer sch. 2d near VilTe 
Williams William, mariner 49 Gaskill 



WIL-~WIL 

W'^illiams JV. teacher 64 south Fourth 
rrilliams /^Fillicmi, soapboiler 28 Stampers alley 
Williams William, marble chimney piece factory 

and stonecutter 155 southTenth 
rf'illiams /f'illiam D. sea captain 381 south Front 
W^illiams miliam J. carpet wharehouse 93 south 

Third and 78 Union 
J^niliamson Renjan;in, merchant 95 Pine 
rrilliamson Benjamin, 63 High and 95 Pine 
rFilliamson D. and B. merchants 63 High 
Jf'illiamson George A. mariner 44 Mead alley 
J^illiamson Jesse, carpenter 24 German 
rrilliamson John, soapboiler corner W^ood and 

Ann (N. L.) 
rrilliamson Joseph, grazier 349 south Second 
/r'^illiamson Michael, 67 north Third 
rr'illiamson Robert, sea captain 18 Pine 
Jrilliamson Samuel, gold and silversmith 118 S. 

Front 
J^illiamson Thomas, smith Vine near Thirteenth 
fJTilliamson widow of W. sailmaker 4 Sassafras 

and 130 north Front 
rrilliamson William, sea captain 10 Plum 
frilliamtrout William and Jeremiah, Buttonwood 

above C'harles' 
rrillig George, musical magazine 24 south 4th 
W'^illin Abraham, shallopman Oak below Noble 
rFillings and Francis, merchants 21:Penn 
Whining George, merchant 64 Pine 
Joining Richard, merchant 89 Pine 
miling Thomas, gentleman 100 south Third 
^Filling Thomas M. merchant 105 south Third 
frilling William S. merchant 77 south Sixth 
frillingsport William, labourer 18 Little Water 
W^illink J. gentleman corner Eighth Sc Sansom 
IVillh E. oysterman Beach near Penn 
^Fillis Elizabeth, widow Cresson's alley 
W'^illiS John, shoevender Hudson's alley 
fTilhs John, accomptant 35 Sassafras 
WilWs John, bricklayer 6rnorth Tenth 
JPTillis Jonathan, flour merchant 49 Arch 
JFillis Joshua, F. shoemaker 526 north Third 



WIL— WIL 

Willis Musgrove, turner 10 Cherry and Richard- 
son's court 
rnilis Susannah 8c Lydia shopkeepers 276 south 

Front 
Willis William, shoemaker 351 north Second 
Willisana Yardley, merchants 21 south wharves 

and 3 1 south water 
Wills David, tobacconist Tear's court 
Wills James and Son, grocers 84 Chesnut 
Wilmans Augustus, milliner 1 1 south Fourtl> 
Wilmans Sc Brandt 13 south Front 
Wilmer Henry, tavt-rnkceper 30 north Fifth 
Wilmer 8c Boyd tallowchandlers 5th above Noble' 
Wilmer James, merchant 26 north Front 
Wilmer John, accomptant 1 13 north Fifth 
Wilmer John, accomptant Taper alley 
Wilmer Lambart, accomptant 120 north F'ourth 
fWilshire Henry, mariner, Apollo near Gaskill 

Wilson , tobacconist 114 north 'Sixth 

Wilson Alex, commission merchant 50 W^alnut 

Wilson Ann, shopkeeper 64 Sassafras 

Wilson Benjamin, fur merchant 4 south Fifth 

Wilson 8c Champion, storekeepers 43 north 2^ 

Wilson Charles, rigger 44 Coats* 

Wilson Charles, carpenter Prosperous alley 

Wilson David, sea captain 124 st John's 

Wilson David, carpenter 1 8 Budd 

f Wilson Duvid, oysterman 252 north Front 

Wilson Edward, merchant 10 south Fourth dwell* 

ing 3 Church alley 
Wilson Enoch, capt. of Chester Packet 12 Swan- 
son 
Wilson Elizabeth, widow Mulberry near sch. 4th ^ 
Wilson George, cooper Callowhill above Tenth 
\Vilson George, carpenter Green above Fourth 
Wilson George S. merchant 40 north W^ater and 

223 south Front 
W^ilson George, grocer 10 Fayette 
Wilson George, hatter corner Front and Sassafras 
Wilson Henry, sea captain 273 south Front 
Wilson Hugh, stonemason High between sch. 5th 
&; Sixth 



WIL—WIL 

Wilson Hugh, briclvlayer Chesnut near sch. 2d 
Wilson rev. James P. j^astor of the first Presbyte- 
rian church 24 Sansom 
Wlison James, taylor corner Water and Arch k 
corner Water and Race and 18 noith Third 
Wilson James, printer Spruce corner Tenth 
Wilson James, shi[7carpenter 27 Callowhill 
Wilson James, merchant corner Sassafras and 8th 
f Wilson James, oyslerman 120 High 
tWilson James, oysterman 129 Cherry 
fWilson James, tinware vender 205 Shippen 
Wilson Jesse, labourer 406 north Third 
Wilson Joel W. accomptant 10 Hinckles courj; 
Wilson John, carter 31 Crown 
Wilson John, carter 33 Cresson's alley 
"Wilson John, printer and grocer Cedar above 7th 
Wilson John, labourer W^alker's court 
Wilson J. S. sea captain Sc storekeeper 251 south 

Second 
Wilson John B. merchant 43 north Second 
Wilson John, nailor next 28 Plum 
Wilson John, stonecutter 14 south Tenth 
Wilson John, tavernkeeper 193 Chesnut 
Wilson John, painter shackamaxon 
Wilson John, cabinetmaker 124 south Sixth 
Wilson John, soapboiler Brewer's alley near O'd 
Wilson John, merchant 27 north Third 
Wilson J. H. &Co. merchants 32 Walnut 
Wilson Joseph, taylor Seventh below Cedar 
Wilson Joseph, drayman 45 1 north Front 
Wilson MarL,^aret, widow 10 Latitia court 
Wilson Martha, widow 92 north Water 
Wilson Mary, widow M'CuUough's court 
Wilson Mary, spinster 5 Little German 
Wilson Matthew, carter corner Laurel and Budd 
Wilson Mrs. of Andrew, back 51 Mead alley 
Wilson Mrs. boardinghouse 298 High 
Wilson Peter, mariner Rachel street 
Wilson Richard, shipwright 488 south Second 
Wilson Robert S. blacksmith back 34 Green 
Wilson Robert, sea captain 187 Pine 
\yilson Robert, tobacconist 173 north SeconeJ 



wir,— wiM 

Wilson Robert, baker 13th near Cedar 

Wilson Samuel, printer Rose alley {C) 

tWiison Samuel, labourer Apple 

Wilson Samuel, labourer Oak (M. L.) 

Wilson Samuel, carter 42 Old York 

Wilson Samuel I., storekeeper 43 north Second 

fWilson Samuel, physician 34 Budd 

Wilson Sarah, widow 20 Green 

Wilson Silas, innkeeper 337 N. Front 

Wilson Thomas, tanner Penn near Maiden 

Wilson Thomas, sea captain 16 Argyle 

Wilson Thomas, stonecutter 24 soutli Tenth 

Wilson Thomas, coachpaintcr Library and Ills. 

Fifth 
Wilson Thomas, deputy collector 9 Franklin Row 

Sc 6 Chester 
Wilson Thomas, Mariner back 335 south Front 
t Wilson Thomas, woodsawyer Swedes alley 
Wilson William, stationer 3 ! N. Second 
Wilson WilHara, cabinetmaker 338 N. 2d and 78 

Vine 
Wilson William, grocer 56 New 
Wilson William, cooper 4 Penn 
Wilson William, carpenter 6 1 8c 9 I Budd 
Wilson William, carter Queen n. Marlborough 
Wilson Wm. upholsterer 8c paperhanger N. W. 

cor. Fourth S:. Queen 
Wilstach G. B. late ironmonp:er 210 north 2d 
Wilstach Fiannah, storekeeper 190 N. Second 
Wilstach John A. coppersmith !74 N. 2d cor. Vine 
Wilt Abraham, gentleman 5 5 Sassafras 
Wilt A. carter 88 Budd 

Wiltherger Christian, gold 8c silversmith 13 N. 2d 
Wiltberger George, luml)er merchant 462 N. 2d 
Wiltherger Isaac, merchant 281 High 
Wiltberger Peter 8c Son, merchants 281 
Wiltberger Wm. hardware merchant 195 Hit^h 
Wiman George, watchman Gerniantown R. near 

Second 
Wimer George, carter 274 s. 3d \j^ce U'ymer 

Wimer Joseph, plaisterer 277 s Fifth 
Wimer Rosina, widow 301 s. Fourih 



WIM— wik 

Winiley Joho, sen, carpenter Brewer s> alley n, 4th 
Wimley Mrs. of John, 9 Tammany 
Wimley William, labourer Mulberry 
Wineberg Jones, mate 3 Sassafras alley 
Winemore Andrew, cabinetmaker Mnc n. sch. 
Winard Elizabeth, widow 62 Coates' st. 
Wine Jacob, labourer Oak n. Coates' st. 
Wing Frederick, baker 70 Spruce 
W^ing Jacob, sea captain 70 Spruce 
Winn Jacob, watchman Rose alley n. Brown 
Winn Peter, constable 20 Bank 
Winn Thomas, mate 122 Swanson 
Winnemore Philip, sea captain 244 s. Seventk 
Winnemore Jacob, corder corner Swanson anfi 

Catharine 
Winnemore widow of Philip, enquire 140 s, 4th 
V/inner Abner, carter 331 north 3d 
Winner Amos, tanner 2d above Otter 
Winner Andrew, labourer back 41 Prime 
Whinner Andrew, cooper 280 s. 5d 
AVinner Catharine, widow back 393 s. 2d 
Winner Jacob, swordmaker corner Sch. 4lh and 

Chesnut 
Winner James, gunsmith 104 Walnut 
Winner Joseph, mariner 461 N. Sd 
Wlnslow widow of Elijah sea capt. 22 Callowhili 
Wintable A. gunsmith 437 north Third 
Winter A. victualler 189 Callowhili above Fifth 
Winter Garret, carter Oak above Coats* 
Winter Joseph and William, tailors 345 Arch 
Winter Peter, cotFee mill maker Julianna above 

Callowhili 
Winter Peter, oysterman 84 Swanson 
Winter Richard, boarding house 127 south Third 
Winter Thomas, coachpainter Cedar near Twelfth 
Wire J. late Windsor chairmaker Germantown 
AVires Elizabeth, v/idow Hopkins' court 
Wirtz Christian, gentleman 446 north Third 

\_(iee Wurtzs, 
Wirtz Maria, boardinghouse 38 south Fourth 
Wirtz M. baker Frankford road near Queen 
Wisdom John, grocer 195 south Sixth 



WIS-.WOC 

Wise Ann, widow 32 Sassafras alley 
Wise Catharine, cake baker blackhorse alky 
Wise Philip, baker 165 Vine 
Wise Mr*, widow back 277 south Fifth 
Wiseman Catharine, 39 Sansom [^see Weisman. 
Wiseman Samuel, shoemaker 155 Cherry 
Wiseman John, ropemaker Prime below Second 
Wiseman Mrs. widow 9 Tammany 
Wisener John, mariner back 385 south Tront 
VViscr John, baker Ninth above Race 
Wisham Sophia, fortune teller 123 north Sixth 
Wison Archibald, labourer Filbert near Tenth 
Wissenger Melchior, wireworker 79 north Front 
Wissenger widow of Michael, 79 north Front 
Wistar Caspar, m. d. professor of anatomy in the 
University of Pennsylvania cor. Prune & 4th 
Wistar Caspar jun. m. d. corner Prune 8c Fourth 
^istar John, merchant 143 High 
Wistar Richard, jun. merchant 1 17 High 
Wistar Richard, merchant 1 10 Chcsnut 
Wistar Thomas, gentleman 379 High 
Wister Chas. I. merchant 9 s. 9th and 143 High 
Wister John & Charles I. merchants 143 High 
Wister Peter, wheelwright 2d n. Germantown R. 
Wistar Sarah, gentlewoman 108 Chesnut 
Witham Wm. mariner 23 Catharine 
Witherstine Richard, labourer 23 Charlotte 
Withey Calvin, grocer 148 Brown 
Withy Samuel, combmaker Rose alley n. Tam- 
many 
Witman George, brickmaker 47 JKood 
Witman widow of Samuel, 96 N. Fourth 

[.9ee Whitepian 
Witmer Henry, plaisterer 21 N. Ninth 
Witmer Henry, jr. tavernkeeper 30 N. Fifth 
Witten Jacob, harnessmaker Shippen*s lane 
Wittenberg Francis, accoroptant 352 s. Second 
Wogan Christopher, curry -combmaker 168 Ship- 
pen 
Woglom Abraham, bricklayer 39 Sassafras 
VVog-lom Edward, bricklayer 39 Race 
Woglom Jane, wido^v of Peter, 20 Sassafra< 
liii 



WOL—WOO 

Wolbert widow of Charles, 93 St. John's 

•f [^see Woljiert 

Wolbert Frederick, Justice of the Peace 354 N= 

Second 
Wolbert widow of Thomas, 1 7 Tammany 
Woldren John, bleeder Cedar above 7th 
Wolfe Abraham, shoemaker 441 north Third 
Wolff Abraham, black lead pencil manufac. 9J 

New 
Wolfe David, shipjoiner Taper alley 
Wolf Jacob, baker 548 N. Third 
Wolfe Jacob, carter corner 13th and Sassafras 
Wolfe John, carter Miller's court (N. L.) 
Wolf Jacob, ostler 28 Poplar lane 
Wolfe Lewis, Dentist 5 N. Sixth 
Wolf Sarah, tayloress 413s. Second 
Wolfe widow of Andrew, shoemaker 429 N. 2d 
Wolfe WiUiam, baker 267 s. Second 

Wolfe , yeoman corner Buck road and Long 

, lane 
Wolferton Robert, stonecutter. Locust above 12th 
Wolford Peter, plaisterer llth above Arch 
Woilard Martin, mariner 411 south Front 
Wolmer David, tea#her 83 Coats 
Womley William, 291 Arch 
Wolpert David, victualler Lawrence n. Vine 
Wolpert Mrs. victualler 245 Vine [see Wolbert. 
Wolpert Frederick, victualler 245 Vine 
Wonderly John, victualler 177 Cherry 
Wonderly John, labourer Rose alley n. Coats and 

124 Callowhill 
Wonderly Samuel, grocer cor. 2d and Shippen 
Wonderly Wm. victualler 102 N. Eighth 
Wood Adna, hatter 3 Clawges' court 
Wood Barbara, widow 159 N. Front [see Woods 
Wood Benjamin, merchant 80 Vine 
Wood Catharine, widow 8 north Second 
Wood Clements, surveyor 247 St. John's 
Wood David C. merchant 47 north Water 
Wood George, carpenter 90 Gaskill 
Wood Hannah, seamstress 13 north Fifth 
Wflod Henry, taylor 30 Gilles' alley 



woo— woo 

Wood John S. attorney at law 43 north Sixth 
Wood Isaac, shipwright 23 Callowhill 
Wood Joseph, miniature painter 167 Walnut 
Wood James, boatbiiilder 8 Budd 
Woods James, mariner Goddard's alley- 
Wood James, merchant corner Chesnut Sc Front 
Wood Jamtrs, and Thomas, storekeeper's 8 N. 2d 
Wood James C. merchant taylor 92 Sassafras 
Wood John, sea captain & grocer corner Sixth 8c 

and Fitzwater 
Wood John, wheelwright Frankford road near 

Queen 
Wood Jonathan, late corder 19 Wagner*s alley 
Wood Jonathan, corder Oak near Coats' 
tWood Joseph, labourer Eleventh near Lombard 
Wood Margaret, grocer 54 Cedar 
Wood Obudiah, taylor 26 Crown 
Wood Peter, corder Oak near Coats' 
Wood Robert, mate 96 Catharine 
Wood Stephen T. shoemaker 107 Coats' 
Wood Thomas, lace and fringe weaver 65 Chesnut 
Wood Thomas, parchment maker 91 south Fifth 
Wood widow, seamstress 20 Union alley 
Wood widow of M. B. Rose alley near Gi^en 
Wood William, merchant 65 High 
Wood William, ostler mint court 
Wood VV'illiara, bricklayer Frankford road near 

Queen 
Wood iWlliam, B. manager of New Theatre 12.' 

south Ninth 
Wood widow of William mariner 1 1 Penn 
Wood William, morocco dresser 91 south Fifth 
Wood^vidow of Wm. plaisterer 1 1 Willings alley 
Wood William, millwright 39 Brown 
Wood Zachariah, sea captain 294 south Front 
Woods Daniel, stablekeeper back 26 north Third 

and 245 High 
Woods Hannah, gentlewoman 151 south Third 
Woods John, mariner 50 Catharine 
Woods and Montelius, merchants 277 High 

\s€e Wood, 
Woods Sarah, boarding house 123 south Ninth 



woo— woo 

Woods Wiltiam, merchant 10 north Eighth 
Woodbridge Rev. William, teacher 206 Walnjlt 
tWoodby Benjamin, boatman 384 south Front 
Woodhouse John, chandler Elizabeth 
Woodhouse William, booksclkr and stationer 6 

south P'ront 
Woodman Ann, widow comer Broad and Vine 
Woodman George, carter back 24 Elizabeth 
Woodman Joseph, sea captain 33 Almond 
Woodman William, accomptant 8 Cypress alley 
Woodrick Mrs. shopkeeper, 28 6 Race 
Woodruff Abraham, nailer 129 Budd 
Woodruff Archibald, merchant 23 north Eighth 
Woodruff David, tavemkccpcr 25 2 north Front 
Woodruff Hampton, tavernkeeper and hairdres&Cr 

137 north Front corner Sassafras 
Woodsides John A. sign painter See* back 115 

Mulberry 
Woodward Ann, shopkeeper 202 Lombard 
Woodward Charles, accomptant 162 north Fifth 
t Woodward Isaac, woodsawyer Filbert near 12th 
Woodward James S. grocer S. W. corner Second 

and Arch 
Woodward John, shipwright Frankford road cor^ 

ner Otter 
Woodward W. W. printer bookseller & stationei: 

S. W. corner Second and Chesnut 
Wooldbridge Robert, oak cooper Elmslies alley 
Woolfall IVIrs. widow 416 south Second 
Woollens Joseph, m. d. 308 north Third 
WoolleyG. lumber merchant 168 north Fourth 
Woolly Elizabeth, midwife 38 Apple Tree alley 
Woolley Samuel, bricklayer Noble above Fifth and 

first door above Noble 
Woolley William, shoemaker Marlborough near 

West 
Woolley Stephen, labourer 1 1 1 Swanson 
Woolman Charles, bricklayer Sec. Mechanic st. 
Woolman John, ostler back 126 Eiglith 
Wooiston Benjamin, carpenter 5 Strawberry anil 

49 Duke 
Woolverston John, blacksmith 454 north Third 



VVOR— WUI 

Work Samuel, carpenter 277 s. Third 
Workman John, lumber merchant 314 s. Front, 
yards cor. Spruce and Front and 67 Swanson 
Worley Francis, merchant 190 High 
Worman John, sail boiler 78 north Fourth 
Worman Samuel, merchant 123 north 3d 
tWormley Ralph, pcpperpot maker Garden st. 
Worn Philip: bookbinder 161 north Third 
Worrall George, hardware store 26 and 90 N. 2d 
Worrell Benjamin M. mate 84 Cedar 
Worrell Benjamin M. lumber merchant Frankford 
Worrell E. & J. mantuamakers 163 Chesnut 
Worrell George, cedar cooper 155 north Third 
Worrell &c Jennings, merchants 139^ High 
Worrell John, shoemaker Rose alley (N. L.) 
Worrell Jonathan, late shoemaker 93 Mulberry 
Worrell Joseph, shoemaker Filbert near 5lh 
Worrell Joseph, shoemaker back 329 N. Third 
W^orrell Joseph, carpenter 56 s. Sixth 
Worrell Lewis, potter back 42 Ann (N. L.) 
W^orrell Matthew, cooper 363 north 2d 
Worrel Philip, cedar cooper 222 Vine 
Worrell Thon.as, sto.eUeeper 21 north 2d 
W^orrell William, merchant 139^ High and 7 Lit- 
tle Geor;^e 
Worlh David, merchant 21 N. Front 
Worth JaiDes, merchant 280 north 2d 
Worth Jonathan, merchant 38 south Wharves and 

26 north 3th 
tWorthy Fi ancis, shoemaker 272 s. Fifth 
Worwick John, drayman 45 Cable lane 

[.9ee Warnuick 
Wotherspoon Thomas, gentleman 127 s. Ninth 
Wray Andrew, storekeeper 425 north Second and 
grocer 322 N Front [see Ray and JRey 

Wray Widow of Geovge A. 134 a. Fourth 
Wray Wm. labourer Cherry n. sch. Seventh 
W^ray Williiim, storekeeper 9 and 11 High 
Wray Wiiliani, drayman, 42 Elder 
Wright widow of Caleb, currier 63 Dock 
Wright — — , shallapman 6'J Christian 
Wright Benjamin, brushmaker 1 15 north 2^1 
liii 2 



WRI—WUR 

Wright Charles, carpenter 24 Juliana, 

Wright Davis, taylor 121 s. Water and So Penn 

Wright Enoch, taylor 80 Mulberry 

Wright Ellis, carpenter 22 Artillery lane 

Wright Felix, plaisterer 23 Ann (N. L.) 

Wright George G. cabinetraaiier 196 Pine 

Wright Isaac, shoemaker and grocer 348 N. 2d 

Wright J. shoemaker 176 St. John's 

Wright Jane, widow 2 Franklin row 

Wright Jarvis, carpenter 134 s. Ninth 

Wright John, chymist 154 Lpmbard 

Wright John, carter 105 German 

Wright John E. carpenter 16 Fitzwalter 

Wright John, labourer 283 N. Third 

Wright John, accomptant Trotter's alley 

Wright Joseph, carter 40 Green 

Wright Joseph, merchant 95 High 

Wright Mary, seamstress, 96 north Fifth 

Wright R, widow, 10 Hoffman's alley 

Wright Robert, carpenter Eleventh above Arch 

Wright Samuel, carpenter Mulberry near 2d 

Wright Sarah, 128 south Water 

Wright Sarah, cor. Wright and Miller's alley 

Wright Thomas, labourer Marlborough n. JBeach 

Wright Thomas, carter cor. Tammany Sc Fourth 

Wright widow of John, ladies shoemaker 242 s. 2d 

Wright William, shoemaker Queen n. Cherry 

Wright rf^illiam, mariner 31 German 

Wright fKilliam, shoemaker 253 N. Second 

Wrigley Francis, printing ink maker Tenth near 

Lombard 
Wrigley & Johnson, printing ink and lampblack 

manufacturers corner Lombard and Tenth 
Writer Jacob, grocer 2 and 4 Argyle 
Wroth Elizabeth, widow 85 Christian 
Wroth John, blacksmith back 31 Prime 
Wunder Jacob, labourer cor. 3d & German. Road 
Wunder George,jr. victualler German, road n. 3d 
Wunder Geo. victualler Germantown road n. Pitt 
Wunder Samuel, victualler 4th above George 
Wunder ^illiana, filcmaker cop. 2d & Gerjuw!- 

town road 



\V YA— VAT 

\\'virts Maurice &c ?rilliam, merchants 17! High 
Wurts n^illiam, merchant 26 N. 7th [see TVirtz 
Wyand Henry, baker 4th below Tammany 
Wybert John, labourer German, road near 6th 
WyHe rev. Samuel B. corner. Wahiut 8c Eleventh 
Wylie Sarah, teacher 268 north Eighth 
Wymer Samuel, tinplate worker 177 N. 5d 

\^see Wiiner. 
Wynkhouse Catharine, widow 18 Sterling alley 
Wynkhouse John Y. 18 Sterling alley 
Wynkoop Abraham, grocer 11 Spruce 8c 151s. 

Water 
Wynkoop Joseph, music master apply 151 south 

Water 
Wyi^op W. S. merchant 92 s. Wharves Sc 72 

Union 
Wythe Daniel, sign painter, &c. 24 N. Eighth 



YARp Charlotte, widow 57 Tammany 
Yard H. boardinghouse 107 south Ninth 
Yard James, (F. G. C.) merchant 37 s Fourth 
Yard widow of Jesse. Hanover near Queen 
Yard John, cabinet and chairmaker 30 north 4th 
Yard Pearson, printer 141 Green 
tYard Shandy, fruiterer 38 south Fifth 
jYard WTlliam, mariner 22 Gillis* alley 
Yardley Richard, innkeeper 53 Vine 
Yardley William, flour merchant 58 Arch 
Yardsley James, sea captain 158 south Front 
Yarmer GeorQ;e, shoemaker back 14 German 
Yarnall Benjamin H. ironmonger 39 & 357 High 
Yarnall Ellis, merchant 357 High 
Tarnall Eli, currier N. 3d above George 
Yarnall N. 8c B. H. hardware store 39 High 
Yarnall J. teacher at Philadelphia Charity School 
Yarnall John, 8c Co. storekeepers 23 N. Second 
Yarnall Nathan, hardware store 39 High 
Yarnall Phebe, storekeeper 23 north Second 
Yates Abigail, nurse Petticoat altey 



YEA—YOU 

Yates Ann, widow 84 north Second 
Yates William, carpenter 362 north Front 
Yeagel William, labourer n. 123 north Fifth 
Yeagely Conrad, carter back 437 north Third 
Yeager Adam, cedar cooper 10 Knight's court 
Yeager Benjamin, brushmaker 103 Race 
Yeager Casper and John, smiths 1 0th above Race 

[see Verier. 
Yeager Casper, blacksmith 266 Race 
Yeager Casper jun. combmaker 242 Race 
Yeager George, shoemaker 126 New 
Yeager John, shoemaker 103 Sassafras 
Yeager Nicholas, labourer S. Juniper 
Yeager Peter, bricklayer 1 Ith above Filbert 
Yeager Robert, coachman 78 Race 
Yeager William, tobacconist 3 Sugar alley 
Feater Henry, shoemaker 3 1 3 south Third 
Yeates Edman jun. coppersmith and tinsmith 1 6 

Passyunk 
Yeats Edmund, merchant 128 Cherry 
Yenerick John, sugar boiler 17 Sterling alley 
Yerger George, skin dresser Rugan street 

[see Yeager 
Yerger John, skindresser 284 north Front 
Yerkes Silas, flour and feedstore 431 N. Second 
Yetter Charles, carpenter 128 Brown 
Yhost Ezekiel, blacksmith 83 Passyunk 

[see Yofist. 
Yohe George, High street coffee house 200 High 
Yokem David, shoemaker 166 north Fifth 
Yopst John* shoemaker 3 i 8 north Front 

[see Yhost 
Yoreous Frederick, musician 346 north Third 
York Samuel, sea captain 40 Ciirifttian 
Yorke Peter, sea captain 150 south i ront 
Yorke Samuel, merchaHt 43 north Front and 146 

Mulberry 
fVorke Jonathan, late carter 38 George (S.) 
Yorke Samuel, and James >)chott, merchants 43 N. 

rront 
fYorker George, shoeblack I'vuuT'iJan's court 
Youckley John, shoemaker 2 OaK (N. L.) 



YOU^YOU 

Youckley Mary, widow 2 Oak (S.) 

Youcum James, labourer 77 north Fifth. 

Youmans James, shipwright Beach near MaidcB 

Young A. tayior corner Poplar and st. John 

Young Ann, widow 57 Brown 

Young Benjamin, shipwright Hanover n. Queen 

Young Mrs. of Benjamin, 55 Green 

Young Catharine, washerwoman 44 Vine 

Young Charles, 49 north Eighth 

Young Chris, wheelwright Marlboroug:h n. QueeE 

Young Christopher, weaver 5 Wagner's alley 

Young^ Christopher, tavernkeeper High west of P. 

Bridge 
Young D. hairdresser 45 Cedar 
Young Elixabeth, widow Sixth below Fitzwater 
Young Elizabeth, nurse \ 5 i Green 
Young and Falknier, ladies shoemaker 119 south 

Second 
Young Francis, tayior Fearis' court 
Young Henry, gardener Johnson's lane 
Young Henry, su^ar baker cor. Sixth and Green 
Youilg -I^nry, gilder and carver 13 Powell 
Young Isaac, bricklayer Lily alley 
Young I srael, ladies shoemaker 1 1 9 south Seconcl 
Young Jacob, laJ^ourer corner Christian and PasiS- 

yunk 
Young Jacob, smith shop back 87 south 6th dwel- 
ling Green*s court 
Young Jacob, carter 24 Charlotte 
Young Jacob, painter and glazier 81 Callowhill 
Young James, labourer Cedar n. Thirteenth 
Young James, plumber George near Eighth 
Young James, printer and storekeeper 239 s. 2d 
Young James, gentleman 370 north Third 
Young Jeremiah, mariner 312 s. 6th n. Fitzwater 
Young John, grocer 224 s. 6th 
Young John, stonecuttiir 57 Filbert 
Foung John, Peltz lane n. Buck road 
Vbung John G. accomptant Starr alley 
Foung Joseph, smith I'rankford road n. Hanover 
Foung Joseph, mealdealer cor. Brown and 4th 
Toung Joseph, gardener Passyunk below Federal 



YOU— ZE£ 

F©ung Lewis, cabinetmaker 259 s. Second 
young Mary, widow 54 Vine 
ybung Mrs. of David, mariner 31 New Market 
Foung Mrs. widow, gr.ocer 87 N. Seventh 
Foung Marks, blacksmith Bedford st. (M.) 
Foung Mrs. of Nicholas, merchant 77 Vine 
Koung Peter, tanner Noble below Fourth 
Foung Rosina, widow 2S Sugar alley 
Foung Samuel, fruiterer 185 north Second 
Foung Mrs. of Samuel, sea captain 182 a. Front 
Foung Samuel, merchant 15 Budd 
Foung Sarah, storekeeper 34 s. Second 
Foung Susannah, colourmaker Farmer's row 
Foung Thomas, carpenter 34 s. Second 
Foung Thomas, boot & shoemaker 202 s. Second 
Foung Thomas, merchant 12^ s Ninth 
Foung Thomas, labourer Marlborough n. Bedford 
Foung widow of James, grocer 28 Penn 
Foung widow of Peter, Noble n. Second 
Foung widow, huckster 281 St John 
Foung WilHam, carter sch. Eighth n. Vine 
Foung William, broker Farmer's row f^ X 
Foung William, boot and shoemaker 31 rTalBUt 
Foung William, taylor and grocer 29 Passyunk 
Foung William, inviter Marlboroi«;Xh n. Prince 
Foung William, shopkeeper 54 Small 
Fourhous Frederick, (blind man) 550 n. Third 



Zamrens Anthony, shingledresser 297 N. Third 

Zanes Isaac, wharf builder 527 south Front 

Zane Isaac, labourer 18 Almond 

Zanes Wilkins, mariner 21 Cedar 

Zane Jesse S. balance weigher 62 N. Water and 

1 1 7 north Front 
Zane Sarah, gentlewoman 302 Chesnut 
Zane WiUiam, carter Ohio street 
Zantzinger Thomas B. attorney at law 174 Chesnut 
Zargable Anthony, shoemaker Lawrence 
Zargable Godfrey, shoemaker 306 CallowhiH 
Zeblcy Benjamin, carpenter 36 Kunokel 



ZEE— ZOL 

Zeblcjr Jacob, high constable 26 north Sixth 
Zebley Joseph P. carpenter corner Wood 8c Sixth 
Zebley Rudolph, carter 468 Sassafras 
Zeener S. labourer Buitonwood near Sixth 
Zeelick John, stockingweaver Frankford road near 

Shackamaxon 
Zeiglcr Charles, labourer 238 north Front 

[ace Zigler, 
Zeilin Jacob, tavernkeeper 161 Chesnut 
Zeiss Andrew, baker 244 Spruce 
Zell Christopher, grocer 25 Sassafras alley 
Zell Jacob, drover Lawrence street 
Zeller Daniel, merchant 14 Branch [see Sellers. 
Zeller Jacob, bookbinder 121 north Third 
Zellers Jacob, corder at Arch street wharf 
Zeller Mary, milliner 119 north Third 
Zeller Philip, gentleman 115 Sassafras 
Zenss Frances, nurse sch. 7th near Sassafras 
Zentler Conrad, printer, office back 104 north. 2d 

dwelling 174 N. Fifth 
Zeslein Joseph, pastor of the Moravian church 74 

Sassafras 
Zigler Ann, midwife 74 New [see Staler 

Zigler Jacob, collector of taxes 74 New 
Zigler John E. drayman Ann Ji. Willow (N. L.) 
Zigler Samuel, trader 125 Callowhill 
Zi merman Sebastian, merchant 204 north Third 
Zimmerman Adam, taylor 38 New 
Zingraflf Peter, cabinetmaker 28 Sugar alley 
iSoliickoffer Henry M. druggist 133 south Sixth 



iL^cL«- 



4f^ 



^^ 



A CORRECT LIST 



or THE 

RATES OF WAU DUTIES, 

Pinnible bv Inn- on aU Qooda, IVures, and Merrlmnclite, hn. 
ported into tin- United States of Amtricc, cf-nv the lunS 
d(iy of June, 1812. 

JSi^ote. That on all floods, wares, and merchandize, im- 
ported from tlie Cape of (Jood Hope, or beyond the same, 
if ad valorem articles, 20 i>er cent, to be added to the actu- 
al cost tliereot; including' all chargxs, (commissions, out^ 
side packag'cs, and insurance, only excepted,) and 10 per 
cent, if from any other foreij^ port, before the duties ar:5 
calculated. 

For OJirevs of thf. C-ufftcm-'i see " Port of P/n'lade'fjhiaV 
:,,% See List of Free .■Jrtick'Sy' and Iteniavkny at the end of 
this Table. 



Ad \'aloreni Imported in 


ARTICLES. or Americ. For'n 


Specific. 1 ves.^tl.s. vess. 


Arm.s, fire and sitle, not ollicr- 






wise enumerated, or part^ 








thereof. 


per ct. ad val. 


12 ir 


3r.4 


Ale, Beer and Porter, in casks 








or bottles. 


[>er gallon. 


15 ct. 


18. io 


On the ixjttks, if black g'lass 








quai-t bottles. 


per ^occ. 


120 c. 


138.6 


Arlificial flower.s, feathers' and 








other ornaments for wuPitn's 








bead drcser^ 


jirrct. ad val. 


>2i 


3r.4 


A mi i seed. 


i!'). 


m 


r>7A> 


Almonds. 


[)cr pound. 


4 ct. 


4.6.' 


Anchors. 


do. 


J ct 


^.4!>': 


iifxs.s Cannon. , 


per ct. ad val 


v: ' 


— Ii-on or bled Locks, Hin^:::e<r, 









xr 



APPENDIX. 



Ad Yalorem 


Imported in 


ARTICLES. or 


Americ. 


For'n 


Specific. 


vessels. 


A-ess. 


Hoes, Anvils ancL Vices. 


per ct. ad val.l'^/i 


31.625 


— • All other manufactures of 








brass. 


do. 


.32i 


3r.4 


Balls and balsams, (See poAV- 








ders, pa.stes, &.C.) 


do- 


32^ 


37.4 


Bricks and Tiles. 


do. 


32^ 


37.4 


Bonnets, Hats and Caps of every 








kind. . ; 


do. 


cm 


37.4 


Boots. 


per pair. 


150 c. 


173.25 


Books, blank. 


per ct, ad val. 


2n 


31.625 


.Bottles, black glass quart. 


per groce. 


120 


138.6 


Buttons of every kind. 


per ct. ad val. 


32k 


37.4 


Buckles, shoe and knee. 


do. 


32i 


37.4 


Brushes. . 


do. 


m 


31.625 


Burgundy Wine. 


per gallon. 


90 ct. 


103.95 


Cannon of Brass. 


per ct. ad val. 


32^ 


37.4 


Carriages, or p^u-ts of Carriages. 


do. 


42 


48.95 


Cards, playing. 


per pack. 


50 ct. 


57 75 


■ ■ Wool and Cotton. 


per dozen. 


100 c. 


115.5 


Cables and tan-ed Cordage. 


per pound. 


4 ct. 


4.62 


Cabinet Wares. 


per ct. ad val. 


32^ 


37A 


Caps, Hats, and Bonnets of 








every kind. 


ditto. 


32i 


37A 


Carpets and Carpeting. 


ditto. 


32i 


37.4 


Cartridge Paper. 


ditto. 


32^ 


37.4 


Candles of Tallow. 


per pound. 


4 cts. 


4.62 


Do. of Wax or Spermaceti. 


ditto. 


12 ct. 


13.80 


Champaign Wine. 


per gallon. 


90 ct. 


103.95 


Capers. ~ . 


per ct, ad val. 


32^ 


37.4 


Canes, Walking Sticks and 








Whips. 


ditto. 


2n 


31.625 


Cambrics. 


ditto. 


27h 


31.625 


Cassia, Chinese. 


per pound. 


8 cts. 


9.24 


Cheese, 


do. 


14 ct. 


16.17 


China Ware. 


per ct. ad val. 


m 


37.4 


Cinnamon and Cloves. 


per pound. 


40 ct. 


46.2 


Chintzes and coloured Calicoes, 








or Muslins, and all printed, 








stained or coloui"ed goods or 




, 




manufactures, or, not being 








printed, stained, or coloured, 








of Cotton or of Linen, or of 








both, or of which Cotton or 








Linen is tlic muterial of chief 








valuc.^ . . % 


per ct. ad ml 


2ri 


31.6^5 



APPENDIX. 



lu 



Ad \ ulorciu 


Imported in 


ARTICLES. ur 


Anu'iic. 


ror*u 


SjK-cific 


vessels. 


vess. 


Cocoa. 


per pound. 


4 cts. 


4.62 


Cliftcolate. 


do. 


6 cts. 


6.93 


Coi'dag-t.', taiTed. 


do. 


4 cts. 


4.62 


Do. ujitaiTcd. 


do. 


5 cts. 


5.775 


Comfits. . . . 


per ct. ad val. 


32h 


57.4 


Cosmetics. 


do. 


m 


Coal. 


per bushel. 


10 ct. 


11.55 


Colours. 


per ct. ad val 


32h 


37A 


Copper Manufactures. 


do. 


32i 


37.4 


Cotil-e. 


per pound. 


10 ct. 


11.55 


Cotton 


do. 


6 cts. 


6.93 


Cetton or Linen Manirflictures, 








or of both, or of wliich cotton 








©r linen is the material of 








chief value, whether printed. 








stained, coloured, or other- 








wise. 


f)er ct. ad val. 


27i 


31.625 


€lock.s and Watches, or parts of 








either. 


do. 


32h 


37.4 


Coaches, Chariots, Phaetons, 








Cliairs, Chaises, Solos, or 








other caiTiages, or parts of 








either. 


do. 


42i 


48.95 


Clothing-, ready made. 


do. 


27^ 


31.625 


Cutlasses, or parts thereof. 


do. 


32h 


37.4 


Currants. 


per pound. 


4 cts. 


4.62 


Dates, .... 


per ct. ad val. 


32i 


37.4 


Dentnfice, Powders, Tinctures, 








Preparations and composi- 








tions for the Teeth or Gums. 


do. 


32h 


37.4 


Dishes, pewter. 


per pound. 


8 cts. 


9.24 


Dolls, dressed and undressed, or 








parts thereof. 


perct. ad val. 


o2i 


37.4 


Drugs, Medicinal, except those 








commonly used in dyeing-. 


do. 


32h 


37.4 


Earthen and Stone Wai'cs. 


do. 


32^ 


37.4 


Essences. . 


do. 


32i 


37 4 


Fans, or parts thercof 


do. 


32 i 


37.4 


Fa) al Wine. 


per gallon. 


66 ct. 


64.68 


Feathers, and other ornaments 








for women's head drosses. 


per ct. ad val. 


323 


37.4 


Fringes, commonly used by 
upnolsterers, coachmakers ^ 














s.adlers. 


do. 


32i 


37.1 


Fig-s 


per pound. 


■k cts. 


4-6.> 



iv 



APPEXCrs. 



Ad Yaiorcm 


Imported' ill 


ARTICT.F.S. or 


Americ. 


For^l 


Specific. 


vessels. 


vess. 


Pisti, dried, foreign caught. per quiiitul, | 


100 c. 


115.5 


JNTackarel. 


per barrel. 


320 c. 


13^.6 


Salmon. 


do. 


200 c. 


231. 


— — -All other pickled. 


do. 


80 ct. 


92.4 


Flowers, artificial. 


per ct. ad val. 


S2l 


37.4 


Ploor Cloths and Matts, or parts 








of either. 


do. 


32^ 


37.4 


Fruits of all kinds, except those 








otherwise particularly enume- 








rated. 


do. 


32^ 


37.4 


Gliites, black quart bottles. 


per groce. 


120 c. 


138.05 


— '■ — Window, not above 8 by 








10 inches. 


per 100 sq. ft. 


320 c. 


369.6 


Do. not above 10 by 12. 


do. 


350 c. 


404^2•5 


Bo. above 10 by 12. 


do. 


450 c. 


519.75 


y- all other Glass, and ma- 








nufactures thereof. 


per ct. ad val. 


42^ 


48.95 


Clauber Salts. 


per cwt 


400 c. 


462. 


Cfuuzes. .... 


per ct. ad val. 


27i 


31.625 


.Ginger. ... . '. 


do. 


32i 


37.4 


fJJrandolcs, or parts thereof 


do. 


42i 


48.95 


Gloves and Mittens, of everv 








kind. . . . ■ 


do. 


32i 


o7A 


Goidj Silver, and Plated Ware. 


do. 


32^ 


37.4.. 


Gold und Silver Lace. 


do. 


32i 


37.4! 


Goods, wares, and merchandize 








imported directly from China 








or India, in ships or vessels 








not o'l the United States, ex- 








«ept Tea§^ China ware, and 








all other articies liable to 








higher rates of duties. 


do. 




29. 


Goods, Wares, and Merchan- 








dise, not herein otherwise par- 


\ 






ticularly described and cnu- 








Tnerated. 


do. 


27i 


31.625 


Glue. 


per pound. 


8 cts. 


9.24 


Gunpowder. 


do. 


8 cts. 


9.24 


Hangers, or parts tliei'eof 


per ct. ad val. 


32^ 


37.4 


Hail" Powder. 


per pound. 


8 cts. 


■J.2i 


Hats, Caps, and Bonnets, of eve- 








ry kind. 


per ct. ad val. 


32; 


37.4 


Hemp. .... 


per cwt. 


200 c. 


231. 


} Too]),, iron. 


per pound. 


2 cts. 


2.31 


Indigo, .... 


do. 




50 ct. 


57.7a 



APPEXDrX. 



ARTICLES. 



Ad Valorem 

. or 

Specific. 



liiipurtcd in 



Amer:c. 

\ c\ssc;ls. 



Fur'ii 

VeaS. 



per ct. ad val 

do. 

per pair. 

per ct. lid val 

do. 



do. 
do. 



Iron, Steel, or IJruss Locks, Urn- 

Ifcs, Hoes, Aiwils, and Vices, per ct. ad val. 
Ii'on, hoop and olit. . [)er pound. 

Slieet. . " . . do 

-— — Castj-and ail Manufitoturcs 

of Ii-on, Steel, or Brass, or of 
which either of thcac nietuls 
is the article of chief value, 
not beuig- otherwise particu- 
larly eninner;i.ted. 

Jcwclry and Pasted ork. 

Kid Slioos. 

l^ace of C-Jold and Silver. 

Laces and Lawns. 

Laces, Lines, Fringes, Ta.sscls 
and Trimmings, commonly 
used I>v upljolsterers or coach- 
makers and saddlers. 

LampblacJc. 
- Leather tanned and tawed, and 
all manufactures of leather, 
or of w hich leather is the ar- 
ticle of ciiicf value, not other- 
wise particularlv enumerated. 

Lead and Musket Ball. 

all manutltctures of Leafl, 

or of which lead is the cliief 
article. 

— — Red and White. 

Lcmoi^ and iJ^mes. 

Lime Juice, foreign. 

L.Mien or Cotton manufaciuros, 

or of boUi, or of which cotton 

or linen is the material ot 

cliief value, whether printed, 

stained, coloured, or other 

Mise 

Lisbon and Oporto Wines. 

Looking Cilass. 

Manufactr.rcs of Tin, Pewter, 

aiid Copper, except pewter 

plates and dishes. 
— -— of Iron, Steel, or Brass, not 

otherwise particuhu-ly enume- 
rated. . . .' . <lo. 

a2 



27S 
2 cts 
J cts 



m 

321 
3D ct 
32 'v 



J2h 
2Zl 



31.625 
2.31 ■ 



per ct. ad val.p-j 



per pound. 



'lo. 

do. 

per ct. ad val 

pr.csk. 6Ugal. 



2 cts 



2 cts 
I cts. 
32'. 
100 c 



per ct. ad val. 
per gallon, 
per ct. ad val 



do. 



271 
60 ct. 
124 



]2\ 



U} 



3r.4 

37.'K 
34.65. 

■;r.4 

31.625 



37.4 
>1.6^4i 



37.4 
.3'.31 



2.51 
4.62 
37A 
115.5 



69.3 
18.95 



37.1, 



3^4 



n 



APPENmx 



ARTICLES. 



Ad Yulovem 

or 

Specific. 



iiiijiorttd in 

i\jiieric. I For'n 

vessels. vess". 



Muimikc'rs of leather, not otiicr 
particularly enumerated, 
of Lead, not otherw ise par- 



per ct. ad val 
per pound. 



ticularly enumerated 

•* — ' of Cotton or Linen, or of 
both, whether prhited, stain- 
ed, colouredj or otherwise. per ct. ad val. 

IMatts and Floor Cloths, or parts 
of either. ... do. 

Mult. . . . . per bushel. 

JMarble, Slate, and other stone. 
Bricks, Tiles, Tables, Mor- 
tars, and other utensils of 
marble or slate, and generally 
all stone and eai'then ware. per ct. ad val. 

jNIalag-a Wine. . . per g-allon 

^lace. . . . per pound 

?^Iackarel. . . . per barrel. 

Medicinal Drugs, except those 

commonly used in dyeing-. per ct. ad val. 

Merchandize, Goods and Wares, 
not herein otheru'ise particu- do. 
lai-ly enumerated and describ- 
ed. 

Mittens and Glo\^s of every 
kind 

^Millinery, ready made. 

Molasses. 

Morocco Shoes, 

Muskets and Firelocks, with or 
with6ut bayonets, or parts of 
eithtr. 

Mustard in flour. 

]^f uslins and Muslim;ts, whether 
printed, stained, coloured, or 
oiherwise 

Nails. 



32^ 

'2 cts 

32h 
20 ct. 



do. 

do, 

per gallon. 

per pair. 



per ct ad val 

Mo. 



Nankeens. 

Nutmegs. 

Oranges. 

Ornaments for wx)men's head- 
dresses, . . • do. 

Ochre, Yellow, dry. . per pound, 

in oil. . Ido. 

Omtments, Oils and Odour.s, 
JPaatcsj 8<.c. . . . Ipcr ct, ad val. 



no. 

per pound, 
per ct. ad val' 
per pound, 
per ct. ad val. 



32i 
56 ct 

250 c. 
120 c. 



321 
32^ 
10 ct. 
30 ct, 



.32* 
32^ 



27i 



37.4 

2.31 

31.625 

37.4 
23.1 



37.4 
64.63 
288.75 
138.6 

37.4 

31.62a? 



37.4 

37.4 

n.5S 

34.63 



51.625 
4 cts. '4.62 
27i 131.625 
100 c. 115.5 



37.4 
7.4 



32i 



32h 

2 cts.'2.31 

J cts 

10 



32} 



37.4 

37-4 
2.31 
3.465 

37.4 



APPENDI?v. 



rnt 



Ad \ aloreiu 


imported la 


ARTICLES. or 


American 


For'n 


Specific. 


vessels. 


vess. 


Olive:* 


per ct. ad val. 


32h 


37A 


Oil 


do. 


3-2^ 


37.4, 


Opoi-to and Lisbon Wines. 


per gallon. 


60 ct. 


69.3 


Paper Hang-ings. 


rjer ct. ad val. 


32 i 


37.4 


Writing- and Wrapping-. 


Ua. 


27i 


3I.62:» 


Slieuthing- and Cutridefc. 


Do. 


32t 


37.4 


Painters' Colours, whether dr\ , 








or ground in oil, except those 








otherwise enumerated, -and 








those comn^only U3«d in dye- 








ing-. .... 


Do. 


32h 


37.4 


Pack Thread an<l Twine. 


per cwt. 


800 c 


924. 


Paiitei>oai-ds, Parchment, or Vel- 








lum. .... 


per ct. ad val. 


m 


31.625 


Pastework and Jewelry. 


do. 


32h 


37.4- 


Phaetons, or parts thereof. 


do. 


42^ 


48.95 


Pewter manufactures, except 








plates and dishes. 


do. 


32h 


37.4 


Plates and Dishes. 


j)er pound. 


8 cts. 


9.24 


Pepper 


do. 


12 ct. 


13.86 


Perfumes. 


perct. ad val. 


32h 


37.4 


Pistols, or parts thereof. 


do. 


32k 


37.4 


Pictui-es and Prints. 


do. 


274 


31.6-25 


Pimento 


per pound. 


3 cts. 


9.24 


Printing- T\pes. 


per ct. ad val. 


m 


31.625 


Pickles, of all sorts. 


do. 


S2h 


37.4 


Printed, Stained or Coloured 








g'oods or manufactures of Cot- 








ton or of Linen, or of both. 


do. 


27h 


31.625 


Bickled Fish of every kind, ex- 








cept Mackiu'el and Salmon. 


per barrel. 


80 ct. 


92.4 


Porter, Beer, and Ale, in casks 








or bottles. 


per gallon. 


16 ct. 


18.43 


On the Bottles, if black 








glass quart bottles. 


pe^gToce. 


120 c. 


138.6 


Powders, Pastes, Balls, Balsams, 








Ointments, Oils, Waters, 








Washes, Tinctures, Essences, 








or other preparations or com- 








positions, commonly called 








fciweet Scents, Odours, Per- 








fumes, or Cosmetics, and all 








Powders, or Preparations foi 








the Teeth or Gums. 


per ct. ad val. 


32h 


57.4. 


Hombs aod Pi-unc?. 


per pound. 


4 Ct8 


1<62 



Tirr APPENDIX. . 








Ad Valorem 


Iniported in 


ACTICLES. or 


American 


For'n 


Specific. 


vessels. 


ve«s. 


Quicksilver. 


per pound. 


12 ct 


13.86 


Kaisins imported in jars and 








boxes, and Muscadcl Kaisins. 


do. 


4 cts 


4.63 


all other kinds of 


do. 


3 cts 


3.465 


Red Lead. 


do. 


4 cts 


4.62 


St. Lucar Wines. 


per gallon. 


80 ct 


92.4 


Starch 


per pound. 


6 cts 


6.93 


Sailcloth. 


per ct. ad val. 


27i. 


31.625 


Slate, Stone, and Stone Ware. ^SJo. 


S2h 


37.4 


Saddles, or parts thereof. 


do. 


27-^ 


31.625 


Sattins, and- "Tother Wroug-ht 








Silks. . . . 


do. 


2rh 


31.62.5 


Spanisli Brown. 


per pound. 


2 cts. 


2.31 


Salmon. 


per barrel. 


200 c. 


231 


Steel 


per cv.'t. 


200 c. 


231 


Steel, Iron, or Bras.si Locks, 








KiH5^v.-s, Hoes, Anvils and 








Vices. 


per ct. ad val. 


2n 


31.625 


All other manufactures of 








^- Steel. . . . . 


do. 


32h 


37.4 


vSheathing' and Cartridge Paper. 


do. 


32h 


37.4 


Sherry Wine. 


per gallon. 


80 ct. 


92.4 


Spernmceti Candies. 


perjDoand. 


12 ct. 


13.86 


Se,^ai-s^ .... 


per 1000. 


400 c. 


462 


Seines. . . . 


per pound. 


8. cts. 


9.24 


Sheet Iron. 


do. 


3 cts. 


3.465 


Spirits distilled in foreign coun- 








tries — viz. from grain, - 








First proof 


per gallon. 


56 ct. 


64.68 • 


Second proof. 


do. 


58 ct. 


66.99 


Third proof 


do. 


62 ct. 


71.61 


Fourth proof 


do. 


GS ct. 


78.54 


Fifth proof. 


do. 


80 ct. 


92.4 


Sixth proof 


do. 


100 c. 


115.5 










First proof 


do. 


:50 ct. 


57.75 


Second proof 


do. 


50 ct. 


57.75 


Third proof 


do. ' 


56 ct. 


64.68 


Fourth proof 


do. 


64 ct. 


73.92 


Fifth proof 


do. 


76 ct. 


87.78 


Sixth proof 


do. 


96 ct. 


106.26 


Spirits distilled in the United 








States, imported in the same 








ship or vessel in which they 








htwl jjeen previ^u&ly exported 




1 







ArPENonc. 



2X 



Ad Valorem 


imported in 


ARTICLES. or 


Anverican 


For'ji 


Specific. 


vessels. 


vess. 


Wares of Tin, C()p(x-r, uud Fc.v- 








ter, except Pe\vter Plates and 


:lo. 


32i 


37.4 


Dishes. 








Wai-es of Ejirth, or Stone, China, 








(^iold, SHver, and Plated. 


do. 


32i 


37.4 


Wafers 


do. 


32* 


37.4 


Waters and Washes. 


do. 


32i 


37.4 


Walking" Sticks, Whips, and 








Canes. 


do. 


27i 


31.625 


Wax Candles. 


per pound. 


12 ct. 


13.86 


W^atches and Clocks, or parts of 








either. 


petct. adval. 


32^ 


37.4 


Wines, in casks, bottles, or other 








vessels. 








— Malmsey, Madeira, and Lon- 








don Particular Madeira. 


per ffallon. 


116 c. 


133.98 


— All other Miuleira Wine. 


do. 


100 c. 


115.5 


— Burgundy, Champai^, Rhe- 








nish and Tokay. 


do. 


90 ct. 


103.95 


— Sherry and St. Lucar. 


do. 


80 ct. 


92.4 


— Claret and other Wines not 








enumerated, when imported 








in l>oLtlesor cases. 


do. 


70 ct. 


80.8.3 ^ 


— Lisbon, Oijorto, and other 








Portuguese Wincb. 


do. 


60 ct. 


69.3 


— Sicily. 


do. 


60 ct. 


69.3 


— TeneriffCj Fayal, Malaf^a, St. 








Georg-e, and other Western 








Island \Vine.s, 


do. 


56 ct. 


54.64 


— All other Wines, when im- 








ported otherwise than in bot- 








tles or cr.j»*is. 


do. 


46 ct. 


53.13 


— On the bottles, if bLack g-lass 








quart bottles. 


per groce. 


120 c. 


138.6 


And if otb.w tlum black glass 








qu;irt bottles. 


per ct. ad val. 


m 


48.95 


Window. Glas.s, not alovc 8 by 




I 




10 inches. 


per 100 sq. fi. 


.120 c. 


369.6 


not ubove 10 by 12. 


do. 


.350 c. 


404.25 


above 10 by 12. 


do. 


450 c. 


519.75 


WiiJte Lead. 


pei; pound. 


4 rts. 


462. 


Wool and Cotton Cards. 


per doiseii. 


100 c. 


U5.5 


Wood, manufactured (exclusive 


t 






of (Cabinet Wares). 


pcrct. ad val. 


27k 


31.62.> 


Yai-n, uiTtiu-red. 


per cwt. 




Usoc. 


519.75 



r" 



APPENDIX. 



ARTICLES 



Ad Vuiorcni 
or 
Specific. 



Injported in 



Americjui 

vessels. 



For'n 

vess. 



"I'aliow. , . . per 

Tassels and Trimmings (com- 
monly used by upholsterers, 
coachmakers, and saddlers.) per 
Tables of Marble, Stone, or 

parts toereof. . do. 

Tallow Candles. . . per 

Tarred Cordage. . do. 

Teas from China and India, and 
from any island lying east- 
wardly of the Cape of Good 
Hope, 

Bohea. . . . per 

Souchong, and other Black 

Teas. . . . do. 

Hyson, Imperial, Gunpowder, 

&c. . . do. 

Other Green Teas . per 

Teas from Europe, 

Bohea. . . do. 

Souchong and other Black 

Teas. . . do. 

Hyson, Imperial, Gunpowder, 

&c. . . do. 

Other green Teas. . do. 

Teas from any other place, 

Bohea. . . do. 

Souchong, and other black 

Teas. ... do. 

Hyson, Imperial, Gunpowder, 

'ike. . . do. 

Other green Teas. . do. 

Tenerifte Wine. . per 

Twine and Pack Tlu'ead. per 

Tin manufactm'es. . per 

Tiles and Bricks. . do. 

Toys, not otlicrwise enumerat- 
ed. ... . do. 
Tobacco, manufactured, other 

than Snuff and Segars. per 

Types for Printing, . per 

UnUirred Cordage. . . per 

■ ■ " Yam. . . per 

Velvets and Vclverets- . ptr 



pound, 
ct. adval 
pound. 

poujid. 
pound- 



tS cts 



32^ 

32i 
4 cts. 
4 cts 



24 ct. 
36 ct 

64 ct. 

40 ct, 

28 ct 

42 ct 

80 ct. 
48 ct 

o4 ct. 

54 ct. 

100 c. 



gallon, 
cvvt. 

ct. ad val 



pound, 
ct. ad vul 
pound. 

CAVt. 

ct. ud val 



3.46i 



37.4> 

o7A 
4.62 
4.62 



36.12 

56.7 

105. 
63. 

36.13 

56.7 

105. 
63. 

39.27 

62.37 

115.5 



60 ct.69.3 
56 ct,|64.68 
800c.^24. /- 



32.V 
32i 

27h 

12 ct, 

27h 
J cts. 
450 c, 
27 \: 



37,4 

37.4 

31.625 

13.86 

31.625 

5.775 

ol9.75 

31.625 



APPEXDIK. 






xi 


Ad Valorem 


Tniporteil in 


AKTICLES. or 


A me 


rican 1 For'n 


Specific. 


vessels. 1 vess. 


fi'om the U. States, — viz. 








from Molasses 








First proof. 


per gallon. 


30 ct. 


31.0 


Socoiul pro<'<f. 


do. 


32 ct. 


,>3.6 


Third proof. 


do. 


34 ct. 


S5.7 


Fourtli proof. 


do. 


38 tt. 


39.7 


Fifth proof 


do. 


46 ct. 


48.0 


Sixth proof 


do. 


60 ct. 


63 


Spirits from materials the 








growth and produce of the 








United States, 








First proof 


do. 


14 ct. 


14.7 


Second proof. 


do. 


16 ct. 


16.8 


Third proof 


do. 


18 ct. 


18.9 


Fourth proof 


tlo. 


22 ct. 


23.1 


Fifth proof 


do. 


26 ct. 


•27.3 


iSixtIi proof 


do. 


36 ct. 


37.8 


Spikes. 


per pound. 


2 CtS: 


2.31 


Silver and Plated Ware, and 








Lace Ware. 


perct. adval. 


323 


37.4 


Slit Iron. . ^ . 


per pound. 


2 cts. 


2.31 


8icily Wine. 


per gallon. 


60 ct. 


69.2 


Shoes and Slippers of Silk. 


per pair. 


50 ct. 


57.75 


Shoes of Kid and Morocco. 


do. 


30 ct. 


34.65 


— Otlicr Shoes and Slippery, for 








men and women, Clogs and 








Goloshes. 


do. 


30 ct. 


34.65 


Slippers for children. 


do. 


20 ct. 


23.01 


Sw ords and Cutlasses, or parts 








of either. 


per ct. ad val. 


32i 


37.4 


Stockings. 


do. 


32i 


37.4 


Stone and Earthen Ware. 


do. 


32* 


37-4' 


Soup. 


per pound. 


4 cts. 


4.62 


80I0S and other carriages, or 








parts thereof 


per ct. ad val. 


42i 


48.95 


Sugars, brown. 


per pound. 


5 cts. 


5.775 


white, clayed and pow- 








dered. 


do. 


6 cts. 


6.93 


all (tther clayed and 








powdered. 


do. 


5 cts. 


5.775 




do. 


13 ct. 


15.015 




Loaf 


do. 


18 ct. 


20.79 


.~.4Ky-^M ««^il*^n.] 


do. 
do.J 


13 ct. 
23 ct. 


15.015 
26.505 


Sugar Candy. 


Snuli". 


do. 




■:o ct. 


^M 



Sll. 



APPENDIX. 



ARTICLES. 



Ad Viilorem 

or 

Specific. 



Ail other g-uocls, not before par- 
ticularly enumerated and de- 
scribed. 



Imported m 
American 
vessels. 



Foi-*n 

vesis. 




31.625 



^.^^^••^ 



THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES ARE FREE OF DUTY 



Apparatu?, Philosopbical, specially Imported for any sc- 
TainaiT of learning-. Articles of all kinds, of the gi-bwth 
or manufacture of the United States, or their teritories, 
upon whicli no dra^vback, boimty or allowance, h;*s been 
paid or admitted. Bag-g-ag-e, personal. Bark of the Cork tree. 
Brass Teutenxgue and Wire. Beasts — horses, cattle, slicep, 
swine or other useful ones, imported for breed. Brimstone or 
Sulphur. Bristles of swine. Burrstones imwrought. Bullion. 
Clay, un\\'TOug'lit. Copper in plates, pigs and bars. Diug-s 
and woods for dying-. Furs of every kind undressed. Gum, 
chiefly .used in preparing muslins, cottons or linens, for re- 
ceiving colours or dyes. Gum Arabic. Hides, raw. Im- 
plements, or tools, of a mechanical ti*ade only, of persons 
who arrive in the United States. Iron wire. Lapis cala- 
minarls. Oil of vitriol. Pewter, old. Plaister of Paris. 
Rags of cotton, hempen, linen, and of woollen cloth. Raw 
hides and skins. Regulus of antimony. Roco. Salt. Salt- 
petre. Saffron. Scastores of ships or vessels. Tin in 
plates and pigs. Turmeric. Unmanufactured wool. Ver- 
<icgris. Oil of Vitriol. Wearing apparel and other per- 
sonal baggage, of per.sons wlio arrive in the United States. 
Wire of brass and iron. All goods, wares and merchan- 
dise, intended to be re-exported to a foreign ])ort or place 
in the same ship or vessel in which they sliall be imported. 
Unmanufactured Wood. 



On 


ditto 


On 


ditto 


On 


ditto 


On 


ditto 


On 


ditto 



APPENDIX. Xiii 

ALLOWANCES FOR DRAFTS MADE AT THE 
CUSTOM HOUSE. 

On any quantity of 1 cwt. or 1121bs. lb. 1 

above 1 and not exceeding 2 2 

above 2 and not exceeding 3 3 

above 3 and not exceeding 10 4 

above 10 and not exceeding 18 7 

above 18 cwt. * 9 

FOR TARE. 

On every whole chest of bohea tea 70 

half ditto 36 

quarter ditto 20 

On every chest of hyson and other green teas the gross 

weight of which shall be seventy pounds or upwards 20 
On every box of other tea, not less than fifty or more 

than seventy pounds gruas, 18 

If more than 70 k^d not exceeding SOlbs. gross 20 

If more than SOlbs. gross 22 

Whicli tares include rope, canvas ^nd other coverings. 
On all other boxes of tea according to the invoice or actual 

weight thereof 
On coifee in bags 2 per cent. 

bales 3 

casks 12 

On sugar other than loaf, in casks 12 

boxes , 15 

bags or mats 5 

Oa cocoa in caslci 10 

bags 1 

On pimento in casks 16 

bags 3 

On cheese in hampers or baskets ' 10 

boxes 20 ^ 

On candles in boxes 8 

On ciiocvlu'e in boxes 10 

On cotton in bales 2 

seroons 6 

On glauber salts in casks 18 

On indigo in barrels 12 

otlier casks 15 

seit)ons 10 

b^j's or mats 3 

On nt\ is v:. i 8 

On T'tppcr r.i 12 

•b-iici 5 

Li^ipi 2 

On sugar cand^ in boxes 10 



XIV APPENDIX- 




On seg-ars in casks or boxes 


IS 


On soap in boxes 


10 


On shol in casks 




On twine in casks 


1.2 


bales 


3 



On all other goods, according" to invoice tliereof, ©r 
actual weight: provided always, that where the original in- 
voices of any of" the said articles are produced at the time of 
making entry for such articles, and the tare or tares apj^ear 
therein, it shall be lawful for the collector and naval officer, 
if there is one, if they see fit, with the consent of the importer 
or importers, consignee or consignees, to estimate the said 
tare or tares according to such in-voice; but if not determined 
at the time of entry, the tare or tares as above shall be grants 
ed and allowed. 



FOR LEAKAGE AND BREAKAGE. 

Two per cent, allowed on the guage omall merchandise, 
paymg duty by the gallon, contained in casks. 

Ten per cent, on all beer, ale and porter, in bottles, and five 
per cent on otlier liquors in bottles, to be deducted from the 
invoice quantity, in lieu of breakage; or it shall be lawful tp 
compute the duties on the actual quantity, by tale, at the 
option of the importer, at the time of entry. 



RATES OF DRAWBACKS. 

On all goods, wares and merchandise exported within one 
3'ear from the time of the duties being secured or paid on 
importation, to any foreign port or place other than the do- 
minions of any foreign state immediately adjoining the United 
States, and in vessels of not less than 30 tons buixlen. 

If imported in American vessels, the whole amoimt secur- 
ed or paid on importation, save a deduction of 3 1-2 per cent. 
«n the amount of duties, except spirits, which is one half cent 
per gal. and 2 1-2 per cent, on the amount of the duties. 

If imported in foreign vessels, the amount paid or secured 
as foreign duty, is (as it is in all cases) retained; in other res- 
pects the drawback is similar to that of goods imported in 
American vessels. 

N. B. No goods, wares or merchandise, are entitled to 
drawback, unless the duties secured or paid thereon have 
amounted to fifty dollars at least: nor then, unless in the state 
and package imported, (necessary and unavoidable wastage 
or damage ojily excepted) Liquors in casks coflee in oasks 
or other packages, cocoa in casks or other packages, or any 
unrefined suga' s, may be filled up out of other casks or 
packages included in the same original importation, or into 



APPENDIX. xV 

jks orpackag-es 
niimbeietl as th 
Qfiicer. 



new casks orpackag-es corresponding^ therewith, tT) be mark- 
«<l and niimbeietl as the original, under the inspection of an 



DUTIES OX TONNAGE, 

FopeigTi Tcsscls from foreleg ports, 2 dolls, per ton, and 
40 cents lig'ht nnoney. 

Foreign vessels taking in goods in one district to land ia 
another, 2 dolls, per ton 

.American registered vessels from a foreign port 6 cents 
per ton. 

Ditto from one district to another, except an adjoining 
district, 6 cents per ton 

Ditto to udji/nnng districts, free. 

Enrolled vt;>s«ls p.iy 6 cents per ton per annum. 

Ships or vessels bcloi^ging to citizens of the United States 
having no register, enrolment or licence, pay as foreign. 

FEES OF OFFICE. 
COMPENSATION ACT. 

To the CoUectf/r and Ka-ual Officer, 

Kntry of a vessel of 100 tons or upwards 

Clearance tliito ditto 

Entry of vessels under 100 tons 

Clearance ditto 

Every y)ost entry 

Permit to land goods 

Every bond taken officially 

Fcrmit to load goods, K^n- exportation for drawback. 

Debenture or otlicr official certficate 

Bill of health 

Official document (register excepted) required by 

any person 20 

To the Surveyor. 

Admeasuring and certifying the same, of every ship 

' or vessel of 100 tons and under, per ton 1 

Admeasurement of every ship or vessel above 100 

tons antl not exceeding 200 1 50 

Abovf. 2i;0 tons 2 OO 

For all other services on board any ship or vessel of 

100 tons and upwards, having on board goods, 

Wares and nercliandisesubjf'ct to duty 3 00 

For hke services on bgard anv ship or vessel of less 

than 100 tons 1 5% 



S2 50 


2 50 


1 50 


1 50 


2 00 


20 


40 


30 


20 


20 



>-vi APPENDIX. 

(5n all vessels 'not having- on board g-oods, wares or 
rrierchaodise subject to duty S 66 



o - 



TERMS OF CREDIT. 

Sec. 62.'] When the duties on ad valorem articles, are less 
Uian fifty dollars, it must be paid innmediately; if specified 
a deposit must be made to secure the same, which when as- 
certained, will be immediate^ settled. 

When the duties on g-oods imported, where the sum 
payable by one person or co-partnership, shall amount to 
more than f:fty dollars, the following credit is allowed by 
law- except where &ny bond on which die person or co-part- 
nership entering- such goods, wares, or merchandise', are 
either principal or security, being- due, remains undischar- 
s^ed. 

On all crticles of the produce of the West-Indies, or from 
places north of the Equator, one half in three, and the other 
in six montl'S. . 

On Madeira, and*all other wines, twelve months. 

On all goods, £cc. frfjm Europe, (wine and teas excepted) 
the one third in* eight, one third in ten, and one third in 
twelve months. 

On all goods, &c. (wines and teas excepted) fronx any 
other place than Europe, the West-Indies, and north of the 
Equator, the one half in sis months, one fourth in nine 
months, and one fourth in twelve montlis. 

Teas, from China or Europe, may be de|)osited at the 
option of the importer, or importers', (to be determined at 
the time of making entry therefor) either to secure the du- 
ties thereon, on the same terms and stipulations as-on other 
goods, wares and merchandise imported, or to give his or 
her, or their bond, to the collector of the district, where 
any such teas s^ajl be landed, in double ttie amount of the 
duties thereupon, with condition for the payment^" the said 
duties, in two years from the date of such bond: which 
bond shall be ucccpled by such collector witliout surety, 
upon the terms ioUowing; that is to say, the teas for the du • 
ties whereof stich bond shall be accepted, shall be deposited 
at the exptnse and risk of .the said importer or importers, 
in one or more storehouse or storehouses, as the case may 
require to be agreed upon, &c. The said teas to be deliver- 
ed upon bond being given with one or more security or se- 
curities, to the satisfaction of the collectoj-, *' if the same 
does not exceed one hundred dollars in four months; if 
above one hundred dollars, and not exceeding five hundred 
dollars, in eight months; or if the same shall exceed five 
hundred dollars, in twelve months," sothat the term of cred- 
it sh;^l not extend tiie period beyond two years from the 



APPENDIX. x\i: 

lime of depositing' the suid^teus; any teas remaining af- 
ter the said term of two years, to be sold by the collector, 
who shall return the surplus, after paying the duties, to the 
owner or owners thereof. 

Sec. 65.] When bonds given for duties siiall become duc^ 
and not discharged, the collector to prosecute without delay; 
and in case of insolvency or death, the United- States to be 
the firsi creditor, any executor, administrator, assi^iee, or 
any other person, paying any debt due by the person or 
estate, from whom, or for which they are acting previous 
to the debt or debts due to the United States, being first 
fully satisfied and paid, shall become answerable in their 
own person and estate, for the same, or part thereof, remain- 
ing unsatisfied. * 

Sureties on all bonds given for duties, shall, in case of 
insol ency er death of the principal, ** have and enjoy the like 
advantages, priox-ity or j)referejice, for the recovery and re- 
ceipt of the said money, out of the estate and effects of such 
insolvent or deceased principal, as are reserved to the Uni- 
ted States.'* 

When bonds are prosecuted for the recovery of duties 
due to die United States, judgment to be granted at the re- 
turn term, ** unless the defendant shall in open court, the 
United States' Attorney being present, make oath or affir- 
mation that an error has been committed in the liquidation 
of the duties demanded upon such bond, specifying the er- 
rors alleged to have been committed, and that the same have 
been notified in wi*iting to the collector of the district, priof 
to the commencement of the return term aforesaid. 

On all bonds upon which suits shall be commenced, ark 
interest shall be allowed at the rale of six per cent, per an- 
num, frotn the time when said bonds became due until the 
payment thereof. 

Sec 33.] Duties to be paid where goods are landed, and 
bonds to be given for securing the duties, if tlie whole or 
part of the cargo is destined to different districts. % 

RESTRICTIONS ON IMPORTATIONS. 

Sec. 92 ] No goods, wares, merchandise, of foreign growth 
or manufacture, subject to the payment of duties, shall be 
brought into the United States, from any foreign port or 
place, in any other manner, than by sea, nor in any ship 
or Vessel of less than thirty tons burthen, agreeble to the 
mode of ascertaining American tonnuge. 

Sec 103.] No beer, ale, or porter, lo be iniported in casks of 
less capacity ti'mn foriy ^faihtis beer measure, or if m bottles 
or in packages, of less than six dozen under penalty of fov- 
feiture^ with the ship or vessel. 

b2 



XV ill ^ APPENDIX. 

No refined lump or loaf sug-ar, shall be imported into the 
United States, from any port or place, except ir/ ships or 
vessels of tne burthen or one hundred and twenty tons, 
and upwards, and m casks or packag-es containing each not 
^ess than six hundred pounds, on ])ain of forfeiting- the said 
ship or vessel, and the loaf or lump sugar imported therein, 
except in such casks or packages as aforesaid. 

No distilled spirits, (arrack and sweet cordials excepted) 
to be importe<l in casks or vessels of less capacity than ninety 
g-allons wine measure, on pain of forfeiture, with the ship 
orvtssel, nor in casks or vessels whici» have been marked 
pursuant to any law of the United States, on pain of tbrfei- 
ture of the said refined loaf or lump sugar, and distilled 
spirits together with the ship or vessel; provided, that the 
fojfeiture shall not be incurred on "any spirits imported or 
brouglit into the United States, in other casks or vessels 
aforesaid, or the ship or vessel in whicli they shall be brought, 
if such spirits sliali be brought for the use of the seamen 
on board of such ship or vessel, and shall not exceed the 
quantity of four gallons for each seaman," and which shall, 
at the time of the entry of the said vessel, be inserted in the 
manifest, as tlie sea stores of such ship or vessel. 



REMARKS. 

1. No ship or vessel from foreign parts or coming by sea 
from any port of the United States, shall be permitted to re- 
port, make entry, or break bulk, till the master shall deliver 
to the postmaster all letters under his care or within his 
power, other than such as are to be delivered at the port of 
entry, or such as are directed to the owner or consignee of 
such ship or vessel; and, on oath or affirmation to. be taken 
of such delivery, the master to receive two cents lor eVery 
letter so dLlivered. 

No vessel is admitted to entry, f/>onn a foreign port, at the 
Custom house, without first producing a certificate of health 
from the health office. 

During the quarantine season, coasting vessels with foreign 
produce or manufactures, must produce a certificate from 
"the Iicaltii office previous to entry. 

2. Goods from foreign ports cannot be unladen but between 
spn-rise and sun-set, without special licence, under a penal- 
ty of J*^400 on the master and every other jjerson concerned, 
flisabihty from holding any office under the government of 
the United States for seven years, and being advertised in 
tiie Newspapers, with forfeiture of the gowls, which if 
amounting to §400, will subject the vessel and apparel also 
tor forfeiture- 
's! Goods removed before giiaged and Mreighed^ and Tfc- 



APPENDIX 3UX 

wines, spirits or teas, before being marked, without permis* 
Mon, are forfeited. 

4. Persons giving or offering- a bribe, forfeit from two 
hundred to two thousand dollars — Inspectors and officers of 
tlie revenue cutters may g-o on board, examine, and search 
vessels, have access tp the cabin and seal packaj^es: and after 
sun set, secure hatches. See. — Persons in charge of ves- 
sels, fur breaking fastening's, but in tlie presence of an offi- 
cer, forfeit five hundred doUars. 

5. Officers 'viay seize within or without their districts; 
j>ersons resisting or impeding them, forfeit four hundred 
dollars. 

6. The master oi* commander of any vessel who shall ob- 
struct or hinder, (or be the cause thereof) any officer of the 
revenue, in going on board tlie ship, or vessel, for the purpose 
of carrying into effect any of the revenue laws of the United 
States forfeits from .50 in 500 dolls. 

7. Kvery owner of a vessel, residing within the limit.s 
of the United States to swear to tlic veg-ister within 9U da\s 
after its being granicd, or it becomes void, and tlie vessel 
and cargo pay f jreign tonnage and duty. 

8. If any articles of an outward cargo are brought bacjc, 
t-liey are to be deiailed, specifying by whom shipped out- 
ward, and to whom consigned inward. 

9. -Ml bonds given on the exportation of merchandise 
entitled to drawback, must be put in suit as tliey become 
due, unless by prior application to the comptroller, longer 
time shall be given to procure necessary evidence that the 
mercliajiUisc exported was landed in a foreign port, captur- 
ed or lost. 

10. 'J'hat no document of landing mcrcl-.andisc in a foreign 
port entitled to drawback, can be received, however regular, 
after the I)ond ^itcomes due, unless satisfactory reasons are 
assigned for the delay. 

11. That no t!eb<nrure can be issued on the exportation 
of merchandise, unless the exporter shall witliin ten days 
after the clearance of the vessel, complete those papers 
which the law makes necessary to his being. ftiit»tled to a 
drawback. ' »va> 



PORT OF PHILADELPHIA. 

Czistom House, Carpenters' Hall, in Carpenters' court open- 
ing at 116 Clicsnut street. 

John .Steele, collector; Thomas Wilson, deputy collector; 
Benjamin Jordan, weiglimasier; Wdliam I leiideibon, deputy 
weigher; Willam Macpherson, naval (.fficer; Robert iley- 
shain, deputy naval olhcer; Isaac .MiUior, i^uuger; \Villl5m 
Bache, siu-veyor; J S. lluber, deputy suiTcvor. 



3K APPENDIX. 

Inspectors. Andrew Geyei-, jun, J. P. Schott, Peter Oze&g^ 
Andrew Jackson, Janlfes Smith, Isaac Roach (captain reve- 
nue barg-e, Robert Hopkins, Fredei-ick Shull (atMarcus 
Hook), l honias Cash, Benjamni A.shmead, Benjamin Tho- 
mas, Robert Jackson, John Musser, Thomas Waterman, 
Jan»es Stewart, Charles Anderson, Archibald Steele, Henry 
Huber, James Engle, Clement Humphreys, and David Rose 
(near the Lazaretto). 

John Henderson, measurer. 

Hours of transacting business, from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M. 

Surx'eyors of Damaged Ships and their Cargoes* 
John Mease, William Hawks, Ardiur Stotesburj\ 

WARDENS OF THE PORT. 

OFFICE 18 WALNUT. 

John Ashmead, master warden; Paul Cox, Stephen Girar^, 
Will'am Bethel, William Newbold, William West, and Jarr.es 
Josiah; Thomas Jackson, clerk; William Hawks, liarbour 
roaster. 

Attendance g-iven from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. On Saturday, 
from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. and from 2 to sun-set. 

Rates of Pilotage for the Port of Philadelphia, 

Inwards — Up to 12 feet, at 20 shillings per foot. 
Above 12 feet, at 25 sliillings per foot. 
Outwards — Up to 12 feet, at 15 shillings ^er foot. 
Above 12 feet, at 20 shillings per foot. 
And ten dollars extra, .'rom the 20ih of November until the 
loth of March, inclusive, is paid by all vessels of 75 tons bur- 
then and upwards. 

Foreign bottoms pay 2 dollars 67 cents in addition to the 
above. 

AUTHORISED INSPECTORS OF LUMBER, FLOUR, &c " 

Of Lumber. C. Bartlin^, (head inspector), Jacob Zigler, 
Laven Sneed, Abel Evavis, Jacob Wayne, John C. Keisey, 
John Dougla. i, Joseph Maxfield. 

Of Staves. Abraham Mitchell. 

Of Salt Provii'iODS- Benjamin Reynolds; John Ashton, de- 
puty inspector. 

Of Butler and Lard. Willinm F. Stokes. 

Of Bark. Frederick Piper. 

Of Flour. Peter Christian, headlnspector; Christian Strack, 
George panenlio^ver, clet>v.ty inspeciors. 

Rcg^ator of Weights and Measures. John Meer. 



APPENDIX. XXI 

Heg-ulator of Dry Measures. Simeon Gejer. 

Measurers of Corn, Salt, and Coal. Daniel Trump, head 
Bieasui'er; William Cluipman, Ezekiel Slarrat, John Scott, 
Samuel Sm th, Charles Oakford, George Burk, James Arc'ner, 
William Ciosson, CJiarlesCallag-han, William Oakford, Garret 
Lvnch, Daniel Newman, Cliarles Fleming andWilliam Nelson. 

Superintend ant of the Powder Magazine. John Keehmle. 

Inspector of Powder. Andrew Nelson. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE CITY OF 
PHILADELPHIA. 

Robert Wain, president; Thomas W. Francis, Robert Ral- 
ston, vice presidents; Robert Smith, treasurer; John Vaag- 
han, secretary. 

The stated meetings of the Chamber are held on the first 
Monday of each month, at 7 o'clock in the evening. At the 
January meetjng the officers are elected. To a committee 
appointed every month of five members, all differences, of 
■which theCham'ber is required to take cognizance,are referred 
for adjustment. Applications to the committee to be made 
through the secretary. Instituted 1801. 



LIST 

Of Streets', Roadff, Lanes, Alleys,, Courts., Avenues-i 
Public Placcii Wardfi, IVharves^, and Shifiyardsy 

IN THE 

City, Northern Liberties (including Kensington), Penn TowTi- 
ship, Southwark, Moyamensing, and Passyunk. 

This list contains 207 streets, 11 roads, 15 lanes, 149 alleys, 
114 courts and 7 avenues; being 83 streets, 7 roads, 6 lanes, 
75 alleys, 4 avenues, and 74 courts, more than has appeared 
in any list before given to the public, except that in Robin- 
son and Puxson's Directoiy for 1811, which was furnished 
by thiC editor of this work, who previously obtained them for 
his AlphalA/etical Plan of Philadelphia; which can be purcha- 
sed of the editor, 81 Locust street, above Kighth, or at the 
bookstore of Edward Parker, 178 High street. — At the end 
of tliis list are 43 streets, &c. laid out but not yet opened. 
TJje wliole alphabetically arranged. 

ACORN ALLEY, from 59 Locust to Spruce 
Adelphi avenue runs from Pegg to Noble 
Jid^lf.'hi school house, Pegg st. 
Alban street, from Norman to Clare alley 
Mberson's wharf, opens at 99Swan8on streo^ 



i-nii APPENDIX. 

Allen's alley, from 159 south Sixth 

Allen's court, from 150 Spruce 

Allen's Nvhari, opens at 67 north Water 

Almond street, from 314 south Front to 315 Second 

Almshouse & House of JLinploymcnt, Spruce between Tentk 

& Eievtnth 
American fire Insurance office, lOl Chesnut 
Ann street, (N. L.) from 52 Vine to (Pe^^g's run) Willow 
Ann street, (Sch.) fiora Sch. Seventh to Eighth between 

Filbert and Arch 
Ann street, from Twelfth to Thirteenth between Lombard 

and Cedar 
Anne street (V.) from Wissahiccon to Charles between 

Francis and Vineyard 
Annesley's wharf, the first north of Walnut 
Apollo street, see Crab 
Appii- street, I'uns south from George between Fourth an«l 

Old Yoik road 
Appletree alley, from 50 north Fourth to o5 Fifth 
Apricot alley, rmis from CuiTant io Poplar alley 
Art;)' street, see Mulberry 

Argyle street, from the Delaware to 337 soutli Front 
Arsenal street, from Gr::y's ferry road to Federal alley 
Artillery lane, see Duke street 
Ash alle;,, fr*)m Keiitnlkill Front to Second between Hig'k 

and Cliesnut, 
Aspen alley, from Aspen court to Lombard 
Aspen cf>urt, runs s^outh ii-om Ash alley 
Asheton s!:'-^^ : ^^•- '■ --' 'I'-ng- the Schuylkill from Vine f« 

Cedar 
Baker's aU(-_., i.vfi j.j h>im to 70 Vine 
Bilker's conrt, fi'om 145 Coaiss 
Bakei- street, runs west from Sp^fTord 
B; ker's wharf, first north of Bishop (K.) 
Bali alley, from 120 Cedar to 77 Sliippen 
Ball's alley, from the Delaware to 391 north FronS 
Ball's wharf, opens at 391 north Fiont 
Bank, Farmers and Afechunics', 1U2 Chesnut near Thiifft 
Bank of North America, 99 Chcsnu! above Third 
Bank of. Pennsylvania, south Second above WiUnut 
Bank of Pliiladelphia, S. W. corner Fourth and (ihesnut 
Bank, Stephen Girard's, south J'hird opposite Dock 
Bank alley, from 86 south Second to 67 Dock 
Bank street, from 70 liigh to 69 Chesnut 
Barclaj's alley, from 19U south Sixth 
Barker street, from (Sch.) Fourtli to Seventh between High 

r-iiil Chesnut 
Barnard's couil, from 460 south Second 
Karroii street, from 24 Springett alley to 75 eedSr, 



STREF.TS, 5cc. xxm 

Beach street, (Sch.) from the permanent biidge to Cedar 
Beach street, (K.) from the high hridg-c to Biahop 
Beursticker's court, t'rcm 68 north Sixth 
Beasly's wharf and shipyard, below the Swede's church 
Beaver street, from north Second to Third between PopI^* 

lane and Georg-e 
Beck's alley, from 172 Swanson to 453 south Front 
Jieck's shot monufactorv, Schuylkill Second near Mulberry 
Beck street, west from Passyimk road near the iiitersectiQn 

of Sixth 
Beck's wharf, opens at 15 south Water 
Bedford street, (M.) continuation of Small to Eighth 
Bedford street, (Iv.) from Frankford road to Hanover 
Bell's court, from MarshalPs alley to St. Mary's burying 

gjound 
Benner's alley, from 85 Elm to Vine 
Bickham's wharf, opens at 17 Swanson 
Bickley and Taylor's whaif, at the High bridge 
Bickley's wharf, opens at 7 and 13 norvh Water 
Riddle's alley from 78 High to 9 Elbow lane 
Billing's court, from 110 north Eigtith 
Bishop street, from the head of Beach to Queea 
Mishop & go's shot tnanufciciori/, John's between Front 9jiA 

Second 
Bishop's wharf, first soutii of Walnut 
Blackberry alley, from Walnut to Spruce and from Pine t* 

Lombard between Eighth and Ninth 
Black Bear inn, 165 High 

Blackliorse alley, from 20 south Front to 19 Second 
Bolton's court, from l(i south Sixth runs west 
Bonsill street, from Ninth to Tenth between Lombard »nti 

Cedar 
Bowers' J. wharf, second south of Marlborough 
Bowers' S. whai't, third south of Mniden 
Bowers' S. whai-f and sliipyard, third above Vfaiden 
-Bradford's alley, from 246 south Seventh to Eightk 
Branch street, fi-om 13(> north Fhird to 59 Fourth 
Branner's alley, from Brian's alley to 18u Vine 
Breud street, from 77 Mulberry to 7*^ Sassafras 
Brewer's alley, see SNood street (N. L.) 
Bndge street, runs from Lancaster bridge, through ManiK.i» 

village, to Lancaster lurnpike road 
Bright's wharf, opens at 123 and 127 north Water 
Britigl>urst's whaif, opens next 97 south Water 
Britton's alley, from 2o5 nonh Water 
Britton's J, wharf, opens at 149 oorth Water 
Britton's Wm. wlu/f, opens at 207 north Water 
Broad street, runs noith f]»m C^cdar to Wiai»ahiocon rokd 
Brooke's court, from 126 north Front 



iXiv APPENDIX. 

Brooke*s wharf, opens at 109 north Water 

Browne street, (N. L.) from the high bridge to Old York 

road 
Browpe street, (K.) from Cherry to Vienna between Prince 

and Duke '^^ 

Brown's court from 93 Sassafras 
Browne's court, (N. L) from 19 Budd 
Browne's wharf, second south of Warren 
Browne's wharf, opens at 325 north Front 
Brusstar's H. wharf, first above the intersection ofPenrtand 

Beach (K.) 
Brusslar's S. wharf, first south of Marlborough 
Brusstar's alley, from Beach to Queen near Shackamaxon 
Bryan's alley, from I'iS north Fifth to 141 Sixth 
Bryon's court, runs south from 102 Cherry 
Buck road, runs S.^E. from the U. S. arsenal Gray's ferry 

road ' , 

Budd street, from 67 Green to Germantown road 
Burd^s alley, (S) from 78 Catharine to Queen 
Buid's alley, (C.) runs from ilaspberry to Watson's alley 
Burd's court, opens from Currant alley, west side below 

Locust 
JBus/i-hill Hotel, N. of Callowhill between Sch. Second and 

Third 
Button wood alley, from north Thirteenth to Juniper near 

High 
Buttonwood street, from the old York road to Wissahicco* 

between Noble and Green 
Cable lane, see Newmarket street 
Caldwell's wharf, first south of High » 
Callowhill street, from the Delaware to Schuylkill between 

Vine and Willow 
Camac street, runs west from north Second near Mud lane 
Carlysle's court, from 46 south Fiftli 
Carpenter's alley, from Sixth to Seventh.between High and 

Chesnut 
Carpenter's alley, (S.)from 105 Catharine 
Carpenter's court, from 116 Chesnut . 
Carpenter sti'eet,frc)m 210 Kigh^to Carpenter's alley 
Carpenter street, (S.) fern Church to Passyunk road 
Carpeiitera'' Hall, back oi ll8 (jhesnut 
Carter !*■ alley, fiom 65 south Second to 55 Third 
Catharine street, from the Delaware to Passyunk road be- 
tween Germantown and Queen 
Cauifnian'soourtjfrom 147 north Second 
Cauf?man'i. court, from 14 Cherry 

Ceda.r si>eet> f;r;m the Delaware to Schuylkill between Lom- 
bard ai.d !i:unpen, being the souiliern t)oundary of the city 
Centre alley," from Eleventh to Twelfth between Walnut and 
Locust 



STRKETS, S.C Jt-X; 

Chancery lane, from 15 Coombs's alley to 32 Mulberry 

Charles street, from 335 CuUowhill to Buttonwood 

Charles street, (V.) from Francis lane to (ieorge 

Charlotte street, from 121 Browne to Poplar lane 

Chcesman's wharf, first south of Maiden 

Cherry street, from 74 nortli Third to Sclmylkill 

Clierry street, (K.) from Queen to Frankf6rd road betweea 

Palmer and \1enna 
Chesnut street, from the Delaware to Schuylkill between 

High and Walnut 
Chesnut HMrd, between High and Chesnut the Delaware and 

Fourth 
Chester street, from opposite 294 Sassafras to Vine between 

Eighth and Ninth 
China street, runs west from Front between Washington and 
_, Prime 
Christ Church HospitaU 107 Mulljerry 
Christian street, from tlie Delaware to Passyuak road be . 

tween Queen and Prime 
Church alley, from 20 north Second to 11 Third " * 

Ciiurch street, from 22 Christian 
Church's alley, from Mulberry to 142 Cherry 
Circus & Equestrian Theatre, N. E. corner Ninth Sc Walnu' 
Ciiy Hail, south west corner Fifth and Chesnut 
Ciii/ Hospital, cori\er Francis lane and Fourth 
Citi/ Hotel, X. E. cornei' of Union and Secoiid 
Clapier's whai-f, first norlli of Ced;ir 
Clare alley, from Thirteenth to Juniper between Lambert an<i 

Vine 
C4awges*s court, from Bryan'* alley running north 
Clever alley, from 90 south Fifth lo 125 Sixth 
CUff'ord's wharf, opens at 29 north Water 
Clifton street, runs south from Cedar near Eleventh 
Clinton's sliipyard, at Wilson's wharf 
Clover street, from Twelfth to Thirteenth between High an«I 

Chesnut 
Cl}me\-'8 alley, from Fitz waiter near Passyunk road to Sixth 
Coats's alley, from 134 north Front to 151 Second 
Coats's couj't, from 31 New-market street 
Coats's street, from the Delaware to Wissahiccon road b# 

tv/een Green and Browne "^ 

Colhoun's wharf, opens at 29 north Water 
Columbia avenue, from near 179 Walnut to Locust 
Comley's wharf. Second nortli of Callowhill 
Commissioners* Hall, fCitij and County J, east end of Hig^^ 

street market, old court house in Second 
C'o)mmssio7iers' Hall, (S.) Second near Christian 
Ccmmissioners' Hall, N. L. market house north Second cpr- 

rier Coats's 

C 



X.VM APPENDIX. 

Connelly's wharf, first south of Warren 

Conostoga Waggon In7i, 140 Hig'h 

Coomb's alley, from 44 north Front to 51 Second 

Cooper's court, from 33 Mulberry 

Cooper's court, (N. L.) from 404 north Front 

Cordwamer's alley, from Pine to Lombard between Ninth 

and I'enth 
C'gwicU Chambers C Select and Common), City Hall 
Cox's alley, from 300 south FroHt to 323 Second See Union 
Crab street, from the Old 'rheatie running south 
Crawford's wharf, opens at 99 north Water 
Cresson's alley, from 96 north Fifth to 91 Sixth 
Cresson's court, fron^ 61 Cherry 
Crooked Billet wharf, opens at 21 South Water 
Crown street, from 155 Sassafras to Old York road a»d 

Willow 
Qrown street, (K.) from Queen to Frankford road betweea 

Shackamaxon and Hanover 
Giirrant alley, from Walnut to Spruce between Tenth and 

Eleventh 
Custom House, Carpenter's court, from 118 Chesnut 
Qutlibert's wharf, opens at 247 south Front, 25 Pcnn, and 9 

Little Water 
Cuthbert's wharf, first south of Coats's (N. L) 
Cypress aUey» from 144 south Third to 79 Fourth 
Darby road. See Woodland street. 
Davidson's court, from l5l Spruce 
Davison's alley, from Thirteenth to Juniper between High 

and Chesnut 
Dawson's court, from 83 Chesnut 

Dean's alley, from 144 south Eig-lith to Blackberry alley 
Dean's alley. See Hazel. 
Debtors^ Gaol, Prune near Sixth 
Delavau's shipyard, opposite the Swede's church 
Delati-are Insurance Office, 4^- Walnut 
Deval*s court, runs west from 38 Ann (N. L.) 
JHspensiury, 37 south Fifili 

District Court, held S. E". corner Sixth and Chesnut — Clerk's 

office, 180 Chesnut 

^Dock street, from 138 south Front and 15 Spruce to 67 Third 

iZlJock War J, between Walnut and Spruce the Delaware and 

Fourth 

Donaldson's alley, fiom Gray's ferry road to Federal alley 

between Arsenal street and Buck road 
Donaldson's mastshed, opposite 66 Swansea 
Donaldson's wharf and mastsUed (K.) 
Downing's wharf, opens at ll9 north Water 
Draw-bridg-e public landm^, at the east end of Dock 
i)ri»kei.*'s alley, fiom lOiJ north Front to 11'.' Second 



STREETS, ?i«. 

Drinker's coiirtj runs south from Co Union 

Dukf street, (N. L) from 242 nortli Front to 363 Second 

Duke street, (K) runs N. E. from Palmer between Prince 

and W'est 
Duncan's court, from 289 south Fourth 
Eighth street, f north) from 301 Ilig-h nmnin;^ north 
Eitjdith street, (south) from 2'65 Hl^h running- south to Pas- 

svunk road 
Eig'hih street, from Schuylkill (N. k S.) from Vine to Cedar 

between Seventh and Broad 
■Elbow alley, from 184' south Sixth and tui'ns south to Bar- 
clay's rdlcy. 
Elbow l.'ine, from llnnk street to 21 south Third 
Elder street, from 32 north Seventh to Eig'hih 
Eleventh street (nortli) from 407 Hig-li to Vine 
Eleventii street (soutl)) irom High to Cedar betw*^en Tenth 

and Twelfth 
Elfreth's alley, from 94 north Front to 105 Second 
Elizabeth street, from Ninth to Eleventh between Sassafras 

and Morgan 
Elizabeth street, from 164 south Sixth to Seventh 
Elm street, from 160 north Second to 153 Third 
Elmblie's alley, from 118 south Second 
Emlen's alley, trom Clever alley to 5 Powell 
Emlen's court, from Pegg street to 4 Noble 
Equality court. See York court. 
Etris's court from 128 north Fifth 
Evans court, from 163 north Sixth 
Eyre and Massey's wharf, second south of Chesniit 
Eyre's E. wharf, third above Hanover 
Eyre's F. shipyard, at J. Eyre's wharf 
Eyre's G. wharf, first north of Marlborough 
Eyre's G, wharf and shipyard, first south of Hanover 
Eyre's J. wharf, second north of Hanover 
Eyre's J. wharf and shipyard, second above Maiden 
Eyre's J. shipyai'd, at E. Eyre's wharf 
Eyre's T. B. sfiipyard, at Cheesmau's wharf 
Farmers alley. See Su^dr alley. 
Farmers row, from 41 Dock 

Farmers & Mechanics' Bank\ 102 Chesnut near Thlnl 
Fayette street, from 53 Filbert to 262 Mulberry 
Fearris's court, runs west from 158 north Front 
Federal alley, from Arsenal street to Federal road 
Federal street and road, from the Delaware to Schuylkill 

between Prime and Wharton 
I'etter lane. See )f'at/cins* allet/. 
Fifth street Tnorth) from 197 High to old York road 
Fiftii street (south) from 163 High running south 



*fcviii APPENDIX. 

Fifth street from Sduiylkill N. and S. from Vine to Cediii 
between Fourth and Sixth 

Filbert street, from 22 north Eii^hth to Schuylkill 

Fisher's J. C wharf, opens at 63 north Water 

Fisher's T. & M. wharf, opens at IT Swanson 

Fitzwalter street, runs west from 32 Passyunk road 

Flintham's wharves, opens at 137 and 141 north Water 

Flower's alley, from 42 Budd 

Flower's wharf, at Arg-yle (Almond) street public landing" 

FordJiam's ^vliarf. first above Warren 

Fourth street (norlh) the middle boundary of the wards, 
from 155 High to Germantown road 

Fourth street (south) the middle boundary of the wards 
128 Hig'h running south 

Fourth street, from Schuylkill (N. and S.) from Francis lane 
to Cedar between^'hird and Fifth 

Francis la)ie,from Ridge road near Hicory lane to Schuylkill 

Francis street, from the Ridge road to Charles between Fran- 
cis lane and Anne 

Frankford road, runs north from Maiden 

Franklin court, runs sotith from 106 High 

Pl-ankliH row, Mest side Ninth between Walnut and Locust 

Friends Mins-house, near 70 WaUiut between Third and 
Fourth 

Front street, (north) from 21 High running north 

Front street, (south) from 14 High running south 

Front street, from Schuylkill (N. and S.) from Vine to Ce* 
dar between Asheton aad Second 

Fromberger's court, from 34 north Second to Hartung's alley 

Fuller's alley, from Swanson to 403 south Front 

Galbreth's court, from 119 Queen 

Garden street, from 297Callowhill to Buttonwood 

Gardiner's wharves, at 37 south wharves near Walnut 

Ciarrigues' court, from 213 Sassafras 

Gaskill street, from 200 south Third to 229 Fifth 

Gaw's court, runs west from 84 north Front 

George street, from Ninth to Schuylkill bet\veenChcsnutand 
Walnut. See JAttle George. 

George street (X. L ) from near 550 north Second to Sixth 

George strc<{>t (S.) from 12 Cedar to 31 (ierman 

George street (V.) from the Ridge road to Cha^'les north of 
Vine}'ard 

(German street, from 334 south Second to Passyunk. See Lit- 
tle German 

Germ ant ;wn road, commences at the intersection of north -^ 
Front and Maid* n 

<5ille.s'i>iilley,lr()m 136 Lombard toll9 Cedar 

fSirard^s Banking Uoime, Third opposite Dock 

(jirard'.^ Avharf, opens at 19 north Water 



^ 



STREETS, &c. X3UX 

Ctoddard's alley, from 2 New Market to 211 north Second 

Gofortb alley, from 72 Chesnut to 71 Dock 

Golden Sivan Inn, 69 north Third 

Goodwater alley, from Columbia avenue to 91 south Eighth 

Graff's allevi from 57 Sassafras 

Grand Lod^ street, runs from 16 south Seventh to Eighth. 
See 1jo9^€ street 

Grape alley, (V.) from Anne to George between Ridge road 
and Powell 

Grape street, from 10 south Eighth to 13 Ninth 

Gray's alley. See Jiforris's. 

Gray's Ferry road, from Cedar near Schuylkill Front run. 
ning south west to Schuylkill 

Greenlears court, runs west from. 10 south Fourth 

Green's court, runs north from 127 Pine 

Green street, from 358 north Front to old York road 

Green-tree //in, at 50 noith Fourth 

Greenwich street, runs from Front to Moyamensing below 
WJiarton 

Grice's J. & F. wharves and shipyard, fii'st above the High 
bridge 

Grice's S. wharf and shipyard, first above Maiden 

Grindstone alley, from 81 High to Church alley 

Grisel's alle} , from Little Oak to 13 Fitzwater 

Haines' alley. See J^'icholsons' s court. 

Halberstadt &. Hrun^' wharf, opens at 311 north Front 

Hall street. See Bench. 

Hamilton's wharf, opens at 119 south Water 

Hanover street, from the Delaware to Frankford road be- 
tween ^larl borough and Palmer 

Harmony street, from 76 south Third to 47Fo*urth 

Harper's wharf, opens next 83 south Water 

Han's court, fiom o7 New Market street 

Jlar^) and Easrle Hotel, 43 north Third 

Hartung^s alley, from 26 north Second to 31 Third 

Hause's court, runs north from Clieiry east of Ninth 

llay ATarket, in Callowhill near Fourth 

Hazel alley, from Walnut to Lombard between 12th & 13tli 

Hazlchurst's court, runs east from Tenth below High 

Health Office, 39 south Fifth 

Heyde's court, runs n6rth from 25 Filbert 

Hickory lane.running- west from the old York road and Coat s'.9 
to il^e Ridge nearTrancis lane 

High street, from tke Delaware to Schuylkill between Mul- 
berry and Chesnut 

Mgh Street Coffee House, 200 and 202 High street above Sixth 

High Street iVardt between High and Mulberry, the Delaware 
and Fourth 

Hillegaa and Clarkson's wharf, at the High bridge 

C 2 



%K% APPENDIX. 

Hillzeimer street. See Lemon. 

Hinckle's court, from 203 Sassafras to Bryan's alk}' 

Hodg-e's wharf, opens at 85 north Water 

Hofiinan's alley, from 61 Cherry to ll4 Sassafras 

H9Jling'sworth's wharf, opens at 141 south Water 

Hopkins's coui"t, runs north east from William between Ottet* 

and Rose * 

Ifoi^se JSIarketf south east corner of High and Juniper 
Hospital ( Pennsylvania J , corner Eighth and Spruce 
Hospital ( Chnst-ChurchJ , lOf Mulberry 
Hospital f City J, corner of Francis and Fourth 
Hozey's wharf, first south of Queen (S.) 
Huddell's wharf, opens nt 79 and 117 Swanson 
Huddell's court, from 79 Swanson 
Hudson's alley, from 112 Chesnut to Harmony court 
Hudson's lane, rims west from Pa^syunk road near Christian 
Ilug-hes's wharf, first above Warren 
Humphrey's wharf, opens at 109 Swanson 
Humphrey's vharf and shipyard, below the Swede's church 
Himter's court, runs east from north Eleventh between High 

and Filbert 
Hurst street, from I46 Lombard to 191 Cedar 
Rutton's shipyard, near tlie navy yard 
Imlay's wharf, opens at 7 north Water 
Irish lane, runs south from Cedar near Broad 
Jacoby street, from Cherry to Sassafras, between Twelfth 

and Thirteenth 
James alley, from Maple to Hillzeimer 
James street, from Charles street to Ridge road, between'. 

Cailowhill and Pleasant 
John St. runs north from Vine between Sixth and Lawrence 
Jolms street, runs from 466 soiitlh Front to Second 
Johns and Linevd's wharf and maatshed, first south of the 

public landing- at the hay scales (N. L.) 
.'lolinson'slane, runs west from Mo5'^amensing below Wharton 
Joint alley, runs east from Schuylkill Eighth near Chesnut 
Jonts's alley, (N. L) runs south from Browne between 

Budd and Second 
.Jones's alley, runs north from 15 Mary's alley 
Jones street, runs from Schuylkill Fourth to Sixth between 

High and Filbert 
Jones's wharf, opens at 127 north Water 
Julianna street, runs north from 175 Vine 
Juniper alley, from Tenth Hear Walnut to Juniper lane 
Juniper lane, from George to Walnut between Tenth and m^ 

Eleventh ^^ 

Juniper street, (north and south) from Tine to Cedar b^ 

tween Broad and Thii'teenth 
BTfern's wharf, opens at 119 south WatCr 



STREETS, &C. X«l 

Kesslcr's court, runs east from north Fourth near Coats'a 

Key's alley, fron^ 16() north Front to 183 Second 

Keyser and Gorgas's wharf, opens at 225 north Water 

King street. See Bench. 

Knight's court, runs soijth from 17© Cherry 

Knijrht's J. wharf, opens at 179 north Water 

Knij^hi's I). P. wharf, opens at 371 north Front 

Knodle street, from Walnut to Locust between Schuylkill 

Seventh and Righth 
Knorr's wharf, opens at 195 north Water 
Kug-ler's court, opens at 130 Sassafras 
Kunckel street, from Wood to Green between north Third 

and Fourth 
Lsetitia^ court, from 30 High to Blackhorse alley 
Lake's wharf, first north of Cedar 

Lambert street, from Thirteenth to Juniper, between Nor- 
man and Clare alleys 
Lancaster and Susquehannnh Insurance Office, north west 

corner Second and Walnut 
Large's wharf, ojiens at 85 Swanson 
Latimer's wharf, opens at 163 south Water 
Laurel street, from 59 Spruce to York 
Laurel street (N. L.) from near 529 north Front to Sccoird 
Laurence street, runs north from 255 Vine 
Lebar on garden, in Cedju* near Tenth 
Leech's court, runs south froT l56 Spruce 
Lee's court, runs west from north Eleventh between High 

and Filbert 
Leiper's wharf, opens near 179 north Water 
Lemon street, runs from 150 north Eighth to Chester 
Le'v\ is's alley, from 24 Small to Plum alley 
Libf :iy alley, from 9 Duke to 6 Green 
lAbriiry ( PldlaiMphia)^ 25 south Fiftli near Che snut 
Library strt-et, from 62 south Fourth to 35 south Fifth 
Lily alley, from 'I amnmny near Second to near Coats's 
Litle's court, runs east from 263 ^outh Second 
Little Dock street, from 50 Spruce to l77 soutli Second 
Litde George street, from 50 south Sixth to 51 Seventh 
Little German street, from 90 Swanson to 377 south Front 
Little Oak street, from Pottery alley to Lewis's between 

Shippen and Fitzwater 
Littlft Pine street, from Seventh to Eighth between Pine and 

Lombard 
Little Water street, from Lombard street alley to 7 Cedar 
Littleboy's court, opens at 48 Arch 
Locust street, from 125 south Sixth to Schuylkill 
^Loc7ist JFard, between Walnut and Spruce, south Foiirtli and 

Schuylkill 
Lodge street, runs from 78 south Second to Geforth alley. iS^ 

CranJ Lodge *treet. 



xxxii AP!»ENDiS-. 

l^iOgan street. See Buttonxoood. 

I^olar's court, runs west from 328 north FroRt 

Lombard street, fiom 212 south Front to Schuylkill 

Lombard street alley, from the Delaware to 249 south Front 

Lombardif Garden^ west of Centre square 

Long" lanC; runs south, from Cedar near Schuylkill Seventh 

JLo-wer Dela-oare JJ'ard, between Mulberry and Sassafras, ani 

the Delaware and north Fourth 
LowTies's alley. See EhnsUe's. 
Loxley's court, runs noxth from 115 Mulberry 
Loxley's court, runs south from 30 Spruce 
Lyndall's alley, from Twelfth and Thirteenth betweet Wal- 
nut and Weaver's alley 
Lyndairs court, runs east from Tenth below Pine 
Madison avenue, from Sheaff 's alley to Vine street 
Madison court, runs north from 23 St. Mary 
J^agdalen Asylum^ corner of Schuylkill Second and Sassafras 
Marden*s row, north from Catliarine between Front & Second 
Maiden street, from the Delaware to the intersection of Ger- 

mantown road and Front 
Malt alley, from Nicholson's court to 204 Sassafras 
Jkfaiisionhom-e Hatel, corner of Hig-h and Eleventh 
Maple street, from 131 north Eighth to Ninth 
Marble street, from 14 south Tentli to Eleventh 
Margaret alley, from Twelfth to Thirteenth between Cherry 

and Sassafras 
Marg-aretta street, from 258 north Front to 275 Second 
Maria street, from north Fourth to old York road, between 

Coats's and '^rowne 
^Tarine Insurance OJice, 47 "Walnut 
jyfurine Inn, 5 souih Water ' , 

Maris & Evans's wharf, opens at 57 south Water 
Marsh's wharf, opposite Swede's church 
Market street. See Uigh. 

Mark's lane, from 98 uoilh Eleventh to Twelfth 
Markoe's court, runs east from Tentl) below High 
Mai'lborough street, from the Delaware to Frankford be- 
tween Crown and Hanover 
MarahaVs Office, 102 south Eiglith 
M«rsl»aU's alley, from 122 south Fourth to 137 Fifth 
Marsh st. from the Delaware near the High bridge to Front 
Ma! v'si alley, from 27 Gilles's alley to south Sixtli 
Mary street, (S.) from 496 south Front to 505 Second 
Mary street, (K.) from Cherry to the Frankford road 
Masonic Hall ('7ieiv) and Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania ^ ChdS- 

nut between Seventh and Eighth 
Massev's vvhaif, opens at 15 south Water 
Matlack's couri, runs south from 12 Spruce 
^Tfflj»r'« Cmrt and QJice, S. W. cornor of Fifth an4 Cheifiut 



STUEETS, Sec. xxxin 

M*Cul!ocU'9 court, runs west tVom 144 norlh Front 
M'Ginnes's court, runs east from 7 Vernoa 
3i*Mullen's wharf, Second bel<jw Queen 
Meud alley, from 328 south Front to 349 Second 
Mecliaiiic street, runs from 316 Vine to Maple 
JMtchimical Panorama^ Eleventli above High 
^ferchaut's Coffeehouse and Exchange, 86 soutli Second 
Merritt's lane, from soutii Fourth to Passyunk road between 

Christian and Carpenter 
Midtlie alley, from 168 south Sixth to Seventh 
AUddle H'ard, between High and (Jhesnut and Fourth Aird 

Sclmylkill < 

Midlen's court, opens at 559 south Front 
Mifflin's alley, runs west from 112 south Second 
Mitfiin's court, runs west from 318 soutli Front 
Mifflin's wharf, opens at 133 and 139 nortii Water 
Miles^s row, near Hose and V\" Hiam 
Miller's alley, runs east from 87 south Sixth 
Miller's lUlej, from Sclmylkill Eighth to Broad between SaS- 

satras and Vine 
Miller's court, runs south from 158 Spruce 
Miller's court, (N. L.) runs west from 314 north Second 
Miller's court, (N. L ) runs nortii from 45 Green 
Minor street, from 4 south Fifth to 3 Sixth 
Mmizer's court, runs wc-st from 244 north Second 
Mint court, runs west from Raspberry lane between Cherry 

and Sassafras 
Moravian alley. See Bread ttreet. 
Morgan street, from Ninth to Tenth between Sassafras and 

Vine 
Morris's -alley, from 62 south Front to-79 Second 
Morris's whai-f, opens at 115 south Water 
Moriis and Flower's whar:, at Argylesireet public landing 
Morton's wharf, opens at 105 south Water 
Moyamensing- road, runs south from the intersection of 

Ciu'islian and Second 
Mud lane, from the Black horse, Frankford road, to Ger- 
man' own road 
Mulberry alley, from 282 nonii Eig-lith to Garden 
Mulberry court, runs west from 8 north Sixth 
Mulberry street, from the Delaware to Schujlkill between 

Hig-h and tsassafras 
Munetim, at the state house, Chesnut street 
Myers's court, from 313 Sassafras 
Myers's courts, run easi from 133 north Third 
JJavy yard, lower end of Swanson street 
sYegus's Ferry, at the south side of High street landiTij* 
New Bank street. See Lodge street. 
^ew Fom-th street. Set Fourth fnortn.:). 



XXXIV APPEXDIX. 

J\'e^v ^Tarket House, Second between Pine and Cedar 

New Market street, from 19 Vine to 42 Green 

JV ew Market Warri, between Spruce and Oedar the Delaware 

and Fourth 
New street. See Story. 
J\ew Jail, or I*emte7itiari/, south west corner of Mulberry and 

Broad 
J\ew Theatre, N. W. corner of Sixth and Chesnut 
Xicholson's court, runs north from 113 Cherry 
Xinth street, (north) from 339 Hig-h to Vine 
Ninth street, (south) from 301 Higii to Cedar 
Nixon's wharf, opens at 11 Penn 
Noble street, from 330 north Front to Sixth 
Nonnater's court, rvms south from 280 Mulberry 
Norman alley, from Thirteeth to Juniper between Sassafras 

and Lambert 
Norris's alley, from 63 south Front to 8r Second 
#^orris street. See Library. 
Norris's wharf, fourth above Hanover 
JS'orih America Bank, 99 Chesnut above Third 
J^orth ^rnerica Insurance Office, 40 Walnut 
JSTorth Mulberry Ward, between Sassafras and Vine, Fourth 

and Schuylkill 
North street from :^5 north Fifth to 39 Sixth 
J^%rth Ward, between High and Mulberry, Fourth and 

Schuylkill 
Oak street, (N. L.) from Willow to the High bridge between 

the Delaware and Front 
Oak street, (S.) from 22 Crab to Passyunk road 
Ogilby's wharf and shipyard, second below Argyle 
Ohio street, from Quince alley to Twelfth between Pine and 

Lombard 
Old Courthouse, Second street east end of market house 
Old Ferry, back of 45 nortli Water 
Old Rotter dayn, at 118 north Third 
Old Theatre, south west corner of Cedar and Crab 
Old York road, from 121 Vine to the Germantown road 
Olympic Theatre, north east corner Walnut and Ninth 
Ojang-e street, from Seventh to Eighth between Locust 

and Spruce 
Orange street, (K.) from the end of Palmer to Frankford road 
Osbourn's court, runs west from Blackberry alley north of 

Walnut 
Otter street, from Frankford road north of Queen in a ser- 
pentine direction to Second 
Palmer street, from Queen to Frankford road between Han- 

Hovcr and Cherry 
Paper alley, frem Thirteenth to Broad, between Filbert and 

Mulberry 



STRFXT5. S-.c. 3BXXy 

Parham's '^^ 393 south Front 

FasthalF« -!• vurth to old York road be- 

tween Ciret 
Fussy unk road, r< ry helween Southwark and Mov- 

ainensing, runb '^i 17^ Cedar 

Patton*s court, tVoin *t» south Fourth 
Peach alley. See JSlcohaiiic street. 
Peaie'a Museum, state house Chesnut street 
Pearson's court, runs east i'rom St. James's church portk 

Seventh 
Pear 811-eet, from 62 Dock ko 83 south Third 
Peddle's whart, opens at 63 north Water 
Pegg- stree;, from 290 noriii Front to 299 Second 
Pembcrton's alley- S^e Benner's. 
Peninj^^ton's alley. See Crown street. 
Penn street, fr»m & Fine :o Argyle 

Penn st- (K.) from the Canal to Ueach along- the Delaware 
Peiinsvlvania avenue, from Bryant's alley to 138 Vine 
Pevnxyh'cmia Academy uf Fim; Arts, noriii side of Chesnut 

near Eleventh 
Pennsylvania Hospital, Pme between Eiijhth and Ninth 
Penmylvurua Bank, 86 sotUh Second 
Pennsylvania Insurance OJfice, north east corner Second and 

Dock 
Peni'ose's wharf, first north of Arjjyle stJ-eet public lajiding 
Penrose's wharves, between Critharine and Queen 
Perot's wharf, at 59 and 43 north Water 
Peter's alley, from Charloite near lirowne to north Fourth 
Petticoat alley, fiom Vi.5 Coats's to Browne 
Pewterplatter alley, from 14 nf.rth Front to 1/ Second 
Pfeiifer's alley, from 22 New Market to 2.j5 nor th Second 
Pliiladeljiliia Bank, S. W, corner Chesimi and Fourth 
Philadelphia Ihspcnsary, 37 suuiii FiftJi 
Philadelphia JAbrurii, corner Library sireet and Fifth 
Philadelpfua Insurance Office, 94 south Second corner Walnut 
Phillips's shipyard, iirst north of the navy yi*r-J 
Philosophical Hall, Fifth below Chesnut, west side 
Phanix Insurance Office, 96 south Second 
Pine uiiey, froifTi Baii alley to 235 ;iou:h Fouith 
Pine street, from tae Delaware to Schuylkill between Union 

and Lombartl 
Pitt street, from Cohocsink creek to Germantown road be«. 

tween north Second and Tiiird 
Pkasunt av«^nue,runs iVom 2oJ Lomba:., .- le Pine 
Pleas;ini's street, from Charles to Wiasauiccon road bctweea 

James and Buttonwood 
Plum sti-.v from 230 soutii Second to Fifih 
Plum aJle, . (M.) f/om Ciiscl's all y lo sotnh Sixth 
Poole's Femj, at the north side of High street Landing- 



s*xvi APPBNDilL. 

Poplar alley, runs north from Plum between Currant alley 

and Eleventh 
Poplar lane, from 440 north Front to Wissahlccon road 
Portland lane, from 152 south Sixth to- Seventh 
Por/ rVardem* Office, 18 Walunt 
Post Officey 27 south Third] 
Pottery alley, from 8 Small to Little Oak 
Powell street, from 100 south Fifth to 133 Sixth 
Powell street (V.) from Francis to George 
Pratt and Kintzing's wharf opens at 93 north Water 
Presbyterian coiu-t, runs west from 170 south Fourth 
Prichett's wharf, first south of Chesnut • 
Prime street, from the. Delaware to Shippen's lane bet\v^en 

Carpenter and Federal 
Prince street, runs north east from Shackamason between 

Bedford and Ffankford road 
Probate of Wills, office in the state house 
Prospect' alle^, runs east from 37 north Tenth 
Prospect court, runs east from Eleventh between Filbert and 

Mulberry 
Prosperous alley, runs south from Locust between Eleventh 

and Twelfth 
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pcnnsxjlvaniay office in 

the state house 
Prothonotary of the Court of Commori Pleas, office state house 
Prune street, from 110 south Fourth to near 81 Sixth 
Pryor's alley, from near l52 south Ninth to Raspberry alley 
Pryor's wharf, opens next 385 north Front 
Pump alley, from Spaffijrd to Seventh between Shippen and 

Fitz water 
Quarry street, from 36 Bread to 101 north Third 
Queen street, (S.) froni the Delaware to Passyunk road be- 
tween Catharine and Christuin 
Queen street (Point no Point road) runs northeast from 

Frankfurd road near Otter te Gunner's run 
Quince alley, from Walnut to Lombard between Eleventh 

and Fwelfth 
Race street See Sassafra*-^ 
Eachel street, runs north from Browne to Laurel between 

Budd and Second 
Randall's court, runs west from Blackberry alley above Locust 
Randolph's court, runs v\ est from 126 noi'th Second 
Kanstead's court. See PattoiCs. 
Rapm's court, runs south fron\ 102 Hif^h 
Raspberry alley, from Walnut to Spruce between Ninth and 

Tenth 
Raspberry lane, from 173 Chen-y to 286 Sassafras 
Read's alley, from 190 Cedar to ^ Small 
Recorder of Deeds, ofiice in the state liouse 
Red store whaif, opens at 7S north Water 



STHEETS, kc xkx v V r 

JReeven's C. Ferry, at the aouth side of High street landing* 

Relief ulley, from Carter's alley to Dock 

Relief street, from 218 soiitli Front to 237 Second 

Remming-ton and Simmon's wharf, opens at 223 X. Water 

Richardson's court, runs north from 159 Sassafras 

Ridg"e road. See IVissahiccort. 

Rilil's coui't, runs west from 526 north Third 

Ji/si?i^ Sim lull, I33 Sassafras near Fourth 

Rittenhouse Place, north side Locust above Ninth 

Robbin's wharf, opens at 9 liittle Water 

Rog-ers's court, runs iiorth from Peg,^ street 

Rose street, runs norlli east from Germantown road between 

Otter and Second 
Rose alley, (N. L.)from Tammany near Third to Browne 
Rose alley, runs north from Locust between Tenth and 

Current alley 
Ros!>*'s wharf, opens at 97 south Water 
Rowlinson's court, runs east from 169 north Second 
Rugan street, from ^i-V7 Callowhill to .lames 
Rush's court, runs west from 142 south Fourth 
Russell's wiiarf, first south of Pine street -public landintj 
Sand dock, at the east end of Dock 
Sansom's alley, fi'om Vv'illow to Noble between St. John and 

north Third 
Sorsom's row, .north side of Walnut between Svranwick 

street and Eighth 
Sansom's Union row (X. L.) 258 north Second 
Sansom street, from south Seventli to Ninth between Chesnut 

and Walnut 
Sarah street, from Queen near Frankford road to Bedford 
Sassafras, alley, from 190 Sassafras to Bryan's alley 
S:issafras street, from the Delaware to Schuylkill between 

Clierry and Vine 
Suy street, from Schuylkill Seventh to Eighth between Sas- 
safras and Vine 
Say's wharf, o|'«fris at 19 north Water 
Schively's alley. See JRriian's- 
Schleisnian's alle}-, runs east from north Tiiird between 

Poplar lane and Reaver 
Schneider's wharf opens at 3l5 north Front 
>chuylkill road, runs from Wasiiington to Bridge street 

west of river Scliuylkill 
Scott's alley, from 3^9 High to 96 Filbert 
Second street, (north) from 6/ Hij,;h to Mud lane 
Second street, (south) from 52 High rvnming south 
Second street, from Schuylkill (north and south) runs from 

Vine to Cedar between Front anfl 'I'hird 
Segan's vvliarf ai^l sh pyanl, uj)ens .it .371 north Fror.t 
Seitb's court, runs s<»uth from 60 Sa.ssafras 

/ d 



xxxviii APPEN'DIX. 

Seven Stars Inn, N. W. corner of Fourth amlSassafras 
Seventh street (north) from 263 Hig-h to Yme and continu€4 

north fi'om Camac 
Seventh street, (south) from 228 High to Passyunk road 
Seventh street, from Schuylkill (north and south) from Vine 

lo Cedar between Sixth and Eighth 
Shack araaxon street, from the Delaware to Frankford road 

between Sarah and Crown 
Sheaft's alley, from north EleventhnearSassafras to Twelfth 
Shepherd's court, runs west from 36 north Third 
Sheriff's Office^ in the state house 
Shield's alley, from 140 south Ninth to Raspberry alley 
Shippen's lane, from Cedar near Broad to Federal 
Shippen street, from 266 south Front to Eighth 
Shoemaker's wharf, first south of Mulberry st. P. landing" 
Shriver's court, runs east from 71 north Eighth 
Simmon's court, runs west from 2l6 noi-th Front 
Sim's alley, from the Delaware to 1 5 south Water 
Sim's wharves, opens at 153 and 159 south Water and Pine 

street landing 
Sixth street, (north) from 233 High to Germantown road north 

of Vine — it is the boundary line between the Northern Li- 
berties and Penn township 
Sixth street, (south) from 162 High to Carpenter 
Sixth sireet, from Schuylkill (north and soutii) from Nine to 

Cedar between Seventh and Eighth 
Small street, from Pass} unk road near Cedar to Bedford 
Small alley, opens at 27 Baron 

Smith's alley, from near 219 south Third to 32 Springet alley 
Smith's alley, (N. L.) from ll9 Green to 128 Coats's v^ 

Smith's court, runs south frou) High near Schuylkill Eighth 
Smith's court, runs west from 172 north Eighth 
Smith's J. wharf, opens at 349 north Front 
Smith's W. T. wharf, (iiedstores) 111 and 75 north Water 
Smith's M'harf, opens :.t 67 norll) Water 
Sober's-alley, from 129 Walnut to Library 
South Mulberry Ward, between Mulberry and Sassafras, the 

• Schuylkill and Fotirth 
South street. See Cedar. 
South strict, from IG north Fifth to 7 Hixth 
South Ward, between Chesnut and Walnut, Fourth and the 

Schuylkill 
Spaflurd sireet, from 50 Small to FitzwalteP 
Spread Eagle Inn, 285 High 

Spring-garden Tavern & Wig-ivam,'m'N. 6th near Button wood 
Springett alley, from 238 south Second to Third 
Spruce street, from the Delaware to Schuylkill between 

Locust and X'ine 
St. Andrew's street, fi-om Sc]ui}lkill Second to FoAirth be- 
tween Hunter street and Francis laue 



STREETS, &c. XXX i^ 

fit. John street, from Pegg's run or Willow street, to Cohoc' 

sinck creek ,,.,.. r,- u u 

St. Jose])h's avenue, runs from Sdniylk»ll Fifth to Sixth be- 
tween High and Chesnut 
St. Muit's street, from 220 soutli Sixth to El.e^hth 
Stable alley, runs from south Seventh to opposite 46 Eiglitl. 
Stall's court, from 2l3 Sassafras to IJr) an's alley 
Stamper's alley, from 208 south Second to 163 Third 
Stumper's wiiaVf, opens at 127 south Water 
Starr allev, from 163 Cherry to 189 Sassafras 
State-house, on the south side of Chesnut between Fifth ana 

Sixth 
Stcviuuetz's court, runs east from 93 Horth Fourth 
Steinmctz's court (X. L.) runs N. from Buttonwood near 5th 
Stemmetz's wharf, opens at 51 north Water 
Steplien's court, runs west from 4(j4 north Front 
Sterling- alley, from 15 Cherry to 118 Sassafras 
Stewart's alley, froHi Cherry "to 394 Sassafras 
Stewart's court, runs v.est fiom Eleventh near Sassafras 
Stewart and Wiltberger's wharf, opens at 173 north VVaier 
Stiies's wharf, first north of Coats's street 
Stillhouse wharf, first north of Christian 
StiUliouse allev, runs west from 330 north Front 
Story street, from 152 north Third to near 93 Fourth 
SirawbeiTv street, from 58 High to 55 Chesnut 
Sugar alley, from 32 north Sixth to 23 Seventh 
Sugar- house alley, from Vine to Wood, east of Third 
Sumeil's wharf, opens at 75 north Water 
Summers's court, runs west from 414 south Second 
Swanson street, runs south from 10 Cedar 
Sv/anwick street, fiom Little George to l53 Walnut 
Swede's alley, the commencement of Church streeti run«.. 

from 22 Christian 
Swift's wharves, below the Swede's church 
Tammany street, from 318 north Second to Old York road 
Taper alley, runs north from 53 Green 
Taylor's alley, from 58 south Front to 73 Second 
Tenth street^ (north) from 373 High to Wassahiccon road 
Tenth street, (south) from near 37l High to Cedar 
Thatcher's wliarf, opens at 319 north Front 
Theatre fn*ivj north wefit corner Chesnut and Sixth 
Theutrer foldj south east corner of Crab and Cedar 
Third street, (north) from 115 High to Germantown road 
Tliird street, (south) from 90 Highxunning south 
Third street from Schuylkill (north and south) runs from 

Vine to Cedar between Second and Fourth 
Thirteenth street, (nortli) from High to Vine between 

Twelfth and Juniper 
Thirteenth street, (south) from High to Cedar between 
T'welfth and Juniper 



-V- APPENDl^X. 

Thomas's wharf, opens at 137 Swanson 

'i'homsfni's court. See Broxvri^s 

'i'idm.v5h street, from Pass} unk road facing' Carpenter stj;ee.t 

to Siiipjien's lane 
Tiniber lane, from Frankford road above Shackamasfon 

street to Turner's lane 
Torr'g court, runs east from Ridg-e road above Wood 
Townsend's court, runs south from 86 Spruce 
Traquair's court, runs east from II nortli Tenth 
^ rotter's alley, from 22 south Second to Strawberry 
Trusty's coul t, riu)s south from 6 l^ocust 
TuiVis's wharf, opens at 71 soutli Water 
Tui-ner's alley. See Carperiter street 
'I'urner's court, runs north fiom Catharine between Second 

and Third 
Twelfth street, (north) from High to Vine between Eleventh 

and Thirtecntli 
Twelfth sti-eet, (soudi)from High to Cedar between Eleventh 

and Tliirtcendi 
Uiiion alley, from 180 Swanson to 463 soutli Fr<^nt 
Union Li^iiruncc Office^ 45 Widnut 
Union street, from 166 south Front to 79 Fourth 
Union street, [K.] irom Bedford to Prince between ISIarl- 

boioug-h and Hanover 
United States late Bank, south Third opposite Dock 
TJtuted States: Insurance Office, 49 Walnut 
United States Jlrsenal, Gray's ferry road, south of Cedar 
Uiiity court, runs south ft'om 16 Little Fine 
University of Pamvjlvania and JHedical Byceum, south Ninth 

near High 
Upper Deiatvara Ward, between Sassafras and Vine, Fourth 

and the Schuylkill 
Upper ferry road, from Callowhill near Washing'ton to Up- 
per bridge 
Yandusen's wharf and shipyard, first north of Hanover 
Vernon street, from 44 Cedar to 29 Ship]jeti 
Videl's court, runs west from 5Q south Second 
\ ienna street, irom Prince to West between Cherry and 

Wood 
Vine street, from the Delaware to Schuylkill between Sassa- 
fras and (Jailouhill, being the northern boundary of the city 
Vinevard street, ti(jm the Wifesahiccon ro;ud to Cliarles bc- 

tsveen Anne and (ieorge 
Vinyard's shipyara, at S. Brusstar's wharf 
Wagner's alley, from 135 Cherry to 252 Sassafras 
Walker's court, runs east from 239 north Second 
Wallace's court, runs west from 10 north Front 
Wall's wharf, oi)ens al 127 south Water 
V\'aln's R. wharf ojKns at 135 south Water 



STREETS, &c. xLi 

Wain's W. wharf, opens at 7 Svvanson 

Walnut alley, from 'thirteenth to Juniper between Cherry 

and Sassafras 
Walnut street, from the Delaware to Schuylkill between 

Chesnut and Spruce 
WaUnit JVard, between Chesnut and Walnut the Delaware 

and Fourth 
Walter's wharf, openx at 355 north Front 
JVariteiis' ojice, 18 Walnut 

Warder's "harf, first south of Sassafras landing 
Warder's vb'harf, (N. L ) opens at 37 1 north Front 
Ware's whaHj second below Christian 

AV^arren st. from Beach to Queen between Hanover & Bishop 
Warner's court, runs south from 228 Shippen street 
Washin^on court, runs north from 205 Lombard 
Washington street, a continuation of High from Permanent 

Bridge, running through Hamilton village 
Washington street, (P. T.) runs north from Vine between 

William and Front 
Water st. (north) from 16 High to Willow or Poole's bridge 
Water street, (south) from 12 High to Pine 
Watkin's alley, from 22 Bread to 85 north Third 
Watman's alley, from Branch to Stoiy 

Watson's alley, from Locust to Sliields's between 9th &lOth 
Watson and Paul's wharf, first south of Chesnut landing 
Weaver's alley, from Twelfth to Thirteenth between Lyn- 

d all's alley and Locust 
Webb's alley, from 221 Cherry to 334 Sassafras 
Well's alley, from Oak street, to 371 north Front 
West street, from Frankford road to Wood above Duke 
West's court, runs cast from 27 New Market street 
West's C wharf, first north of Vine street landing 
West's W. wharf, opens at 155 north Water 
JV*estern Hotels 323 High above Eighth 
Wharf street, runs south from Cedar along the wharves 
Wliarton street, from the Delaware to P&ssyunk road {be- 
tween Federal and Reed 
Wharton's wharf, opens at 67 Swanson 
Wharves (north) from High along the Delaware 
Wha^^•es (south) from High along the Delaware 
White Horse Inii^ 220 Higli near Seventli 
White's shipyard, at J Bower's wharf (K.) 
Wiiite horse alley, from Cherry to Walnut alley 
IVhite Stvan Inn, 106 Sassafras near Third 
Wiggins's court, runs south from 62 Cherry 
VVilcocks's wharf opens at 57 south Water 
Wiley's court, runs south from Elizabeth near Eleventh 
William street, from Otter to Rose 
\Villing's.alley, from 98 south Third to 75 Fourth 

d3 



SLiI 



APPENDIX. 



'^ Willing- and Francis's wharves, at 15 and 25 Penn 

WiUow street, (Schuylkill) from Locust to Cedar betweejj 

the Schuylkill and Beach 
Willow street, (N. L.) from the Delaware along Pegg's run 
Wilson's wharf, second south of Maiden landing 
Wissahiccon road, runs north west fi-om the comer of Ninth 

and Vine 
Wittman's alley, from Kungkle near Callowhill to Fourth 
Wittman's court, runs west from 400 north Second 
Woglom's court, runs east from 73 north Eighth. {'^ 
Wood St. (N. L.) from 190 north Second to Wissauiccon road 
Wood St. (K.) from Queen near Gunner's run to West st. 
Woodland street, (or Darby road) runs south west from the 

intersection of Lancaster turnpike and Washington 
Wright's alley, from Miller's alley to Vine between SchuyU 

kill Eighth and Broad 
York buildings^ on the south side of Walnut between Calum- 

bia avenue and Eighth 
Vork cotnt, runs east from 37Budd 
York street, from 135 south Third to Laurel 
Zachary's court, runs north from 31 Walnut 
.2ane street. See EUlei\ 



Streets laid out^ but not yet open. 



ANN STREET, Sch. 
iJridge street, P. T. 
Sudden's alley, C 
!Burge st. N. L. 
Canal St. N. L. 
Gourtland st. C 
Dickinson st. S. 
3'ast alley, C. 
Mizabeth st. N. h. 
F'eet St. N. L. 
I Vanklin st. S. 
Oeorge alley, C. 
Habacker .st. C. 
Hatnilton st P. T. 
"Hiuper St. P. '1'. 
Hartsfeldt st. N. L. 
llaydock st. N L. 
Hunter st. P. T. 
Jefferson avenue, C. 
John St. P. T. 
Lancaster st. C. 
I.eib alley, C. 
r./tthj witshington, S. 



Madison avenue, C. 
Marble court, C. 
M'Kean st. S. 
Meadow st. S. 
Mifflin St. S. 
Morns St. P. T. 
Ogden's alley, C. 
Pearl st. P. T. 
Peter st. C. 
Pink alley, C, 
Pollard's alley, N. ]L. 
Reed st. S. 
SchuylkiH alley, C- 
Sewar alley, N. L. 
Tin alley, C. 
'vine alley, C. 
Washington at. S. 
Water st. Sch. C. & P. 
West lalley, C. 
Wharf St. S. 
William st. P. T, 
Willow St. N. li. 



APPENDIX. 



3a.i>t 



ENUMERATION 

or THE 

BUILDINGS OF DIFFERENT KINDS^ 

IN THE 
CITY AND SUBURBS OF PHILADELPHIA. 

The following' correct enumeration, taken the latter end of 
the year 1810 by John A. Paxton (the editor), exhibits 
the brick and frame dwellings, store houses, manufactur- 
ing and public buildings, workshops, stables, &c. in each 
street, lane, alley, Sec. with a distinct account of the situa- 
tion and number of new buildings erected in the year 
C1810) — It likewise shows an abstract account of the 
whole number of buildings in th.e compactly built p^ts 
of the different districts, viz. City, Northern Liberties, 
Penn Townsiiip, Kensington, South wark, Moyamensing 
and Pa«sy«nk. 

The buildings in courts, not noticed in this table, are caat 
into the streets, &c. on wllicli they open. — It must be re- 
coUected that the streets with north or south attached to 
them, are enumerated together; — for example. Second 
street, from one extremity to the other. 



Streets, &<i. 




Almond sti-eet 
Apple street 
\ppletree alley 
Ball alley 
Bank street 

New buildings 
Beach street, K. 

New buildings 
Beck's alley 
Bedford, K.&M 

New building^ 
Bliickberry alley 

New buildings 
Blackhovie aUeyjl4 
Bonsai street 2 

New buildingvl 



40 



12 

8 
1 

6 



12 

13 

9 

6 



21 
5 

"I 

2l! 
4 

^, 

5! 



1 r- be 


Public 


Work- 




ri3 


build- 


shops, 


V 


Ma 

facti 
builc 


ings. 


stables 
&c. 


B. F. 


'b. F. 


B. F. 




1 


1 


5 
3 7 




■^iM 


^^" 


^ 







— 


9 5 




__ 


— 


._ 


1 


1 


~. 


6 36 




.i— . 


— 


4 


15 


— 


— 


4 




1 


— 


3 




1 


— 


2 


8 


1 


i— 


4 11 




__ 


— 


1 


9 


«« 


— 


1 4 




— ! 


— 


1 5 




— [ 


— 


— 


-5 



53' 

18 

S2 

S 

28 

126 

25 

19 

53 
26 

SO 



Llfll 



APPENDIX. 



Streets, Sec. 



2 

;o 

7 
18 

3 
26 



Bradford's alle; 
Branch street 
Branner's alley 
Bi'oad street 

New buildings 
Browne st. N.U 

New buildings 
Bryan's alley 
Budd street 

New buildings 
Burd's alley 

N^w buildings 
Buttonwood st. 

New buildingi= 
Oallowhill street 

New buildings- 
Carpenter'salle> 
Carpenter street 
Carpenter st. S- 

Newbui!ding> 
Carter and Ta\ - 

lor's alleys 

New building.^ 
Catiiaririe street 

New buildings 
Cedar street 
♦ Newbuildingir 
Chancery and 

Coombs 
Charles street 
Charlotte street 

Newl)ailding.s 
Cherry street 

New buildings 
Cherry street, K 

New buildings 
Chcsnut street 

New buildings 17 
Christian street t {40 

New buildir.g.s 
Church alley 
Clever alley 
©oates*s alley 

JCew buildings 



Dwell- 
ing 
houses 



F 



3 
5 

17 

76 

8 



Store 
jouses 



56 



8 



30 



2 
53 

4 

1 

1 
29 

1 2 
123 85 

7 1 

4 1 

3 

9 



16 
4 



32 

2 
26 

2 
80 

9 

19 

2 
10 

2 
145 

5 

6 



80 

X 

169 

4 

2o 

14 

59 

1 

85 



229 



19 

5 

19 



23 
3 

15 
2 

88 
2 



8 1 



B F 



Public 
build- 
ings 

B. F. 



2110 
1 



12 
2 



1 1 



-l-l- 



W ork- 




ihops. 


0; 


-tables 


&c. 


55 


a. , F. 








t 




4 4 




2 




13 




— 


3 


2 21 




— 


7 


1 




35 




1 


10 


1 






^ 


-~~ 


o 


1 IS 




. — 


4 


11 I'i 




2 


10 


9 2 




7 8 




5 




— 


4 


12 7 




— 


5 


17 






o 


— " 


O 


15 39 




— 


14 


r 4 




16 




2 9 






o 




O 


21 66 




1 


6 


8 




— 


3 


20 18 




— 


22 


9 




— . 


2 


2 5 




4 6 




8 




-. 


i 



APPENDIX. 



XL.V 





Dwell- 




= l'& 


I'ubhc 


Work- 








ing 


Store 


C 'J^ ;= 


build- 


shops. 




"S 


Streets, Sec. 


houses 


houses 


A '3 ^ 


ings. 


^tables 


o 


% 




1 








&c. 


y. 


M4 




B. F. 


B. F. 


B. F. 


B. F. 


n. F. 






Coats's street 


75 62 


16 


1 1 


o 


U 42 






New buildings 
Cox's alley 


1.; 

7 12 


— 


__ 


__ 


5 

o 

4. 


18 


228 

21 


Crub street 


4 25 


— 


— 


— 


2 




31 


Crcsaon's alley 


27 7 


— 


— 


— 


1 .. 




38 


Crown street 


39 25 


3 


— 


— 


4 18 






New buildinf^s! 2 1 


— 


— 


1 


1 


5 


94 


Crown street, K. 2 4 


— 


— 


— 


1 






Newbuildingsl ^ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


6 


13 


CuiTant alley 


4 10 


— 


1 


— 


1 3 






New building.s 


6 3 


— 


— 


— 


4 


13 


32 


Cypress alley 


11 2 


— 


— 


— 


8 3 




24 


Dock street 


Do J 


31 2 


2 1 


— 


8 4 






New building-Si 1 


3 


— 


— 


— 


4 


lis 


DriJ.ker's allev 


2 


1 


— 


— 


3 7 




13 


Duke St. N. L. 


34 1/ 


— 


— 


— 









New building's 


2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2 


58 


Eig-iith street 


18613^ 


8 8 


3 8 


2 1 


.)V> lu3 






New buildings 


20 9 


— 




1 1 


1 6 


38 


554 


Elbow lane 


9 1 


1 


— 


— 


2 




13 


Eidi r and Sug"ar 


33 22 


1 


S 


— 


12 24 






New buildings 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


1 


1 


96 


Eleventh street 


39 56 


1 


1 


— 


■26 18 






New buildings 


U 10 


— 


— 


— 


8 


.32 


223 


EUVeth's alKy 


32 3 


2 


— 


— 


4 9 




50 


Elizabeth street 


16 10 


— 


— 


— 


— 




26 


Elm and New st. 


52 7 


3 3 


2 


— 


13 14 




94 


F.a}ette street 


8 (3 


— 


— 


— 


3 




17 


Federal sirec 


16 16 


— 


— 


— 


6 






New buildings 


3 4 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7 


45 


Fifth street 


282131 


17 7 12 7 


10 1 


?-,7 t>0 






New buildings 


6 5 


4 


1 


— 


2 3 


21 


615 


Filbert street 


53 27 


4 


3 1 


1 


19 22 






New buildings 


2 1 


— 


— 


— 


1 3 


7 


137 


Fitzwalter st- 


7 4,; 


— 


— 


— 


1 17 






New bulldmgs 


^■t 


— 


— 


— 


1 


3 


71 


Fourth street 


318233 


14 7 


8 7 


9 1 


46 114 






New buildings 50 13 


1 1 


1 


2 


7 7 


82 


839 


Frankford road i 22 70 


4 


1 1 


— 


32 




130 


Front street 


613211 


64 16 


14 16 


3 5 


22 104 






New buildings 


16 8 


8 2 


— 


1 


5 


40 


1108 


OUrden street 


12 22 


__ 


— 


— 


3 12 






New buildings 


o 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2 


51 



XL^M 






APPENDIX. 












Dvvell-I 






Public 


Work- 








in 


S 


Store 


S - 5^ 


build- 


shops, 




"^ 


Streets, &c. 


|-jouses 


iouses 


C3 .— ■ o 

c; x; 


ings. 


stables 
&c. 


-t-t 


H 




B. 


F. 


iV F. 


B. F. 


H. F. 


B. F. 


— 




Gaskill street 


22 


\1 


1 


— 


2 


1 12 




New buildings 


4 




— 


— 


— 


— 


4 


59 


Georg-c street 


8 


U 


— 


— 


— 


11 11 






Ne'-v building's 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


1 


1 


45 


George street,S. 


15 


31 


I 




— 


1 11 






Nevv buildings 


— 


- 


1 


— 


— 


— 


1 


60 


Geoig-e St. N. L. 




7 


— 


1 


— 


5 






New buildings 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


2 


2 


15 


German street 


16 


94 


— 


— 


— 


15 






New buildings 




4 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4 


129 


Germantown R. 


28 


43 


— 


3 


1 


28 






New buildings 


7 


5 


— 


— 


— 


517 


120 


Gilles's alley 


5 


12 


.~. 


— . 


—. ' 


1 2 






New buildings 


2 




— 


— 


— ^ 


— 


2 


22 


Grape street 


~ 


> 


— 


— 


— 


13 3 




16 


Green street 


64 


61 


3 1 


1 2 


__ 


19 






New buildings 


12 


1 


— 


— 


~. 


— 


13 


164 


Hanover street 


15 




— 


1 


— 


12 






New buildings 




o 


— 


— 


— 


1 


4 


65 


Hartung's alley 


2 




-» 


1 


--. 


9 5 




17 


Hazel alley 


1 


11 


— 


— 


— . 


2 






New buildings 




2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2 


16 


High street 


394 45 


77 32 


10 8 


7 


51 -88 






New buildings 


22 


o 


10 


— 


2 


1 3 


41 


753 


4lurst street 


3 


30 


— 


— 


_> 


2 




35 


Jannes street 


1 


21 





— . 


_ 


Ci 






New buildings 


2 


o 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5 


29 


Juniper street 


8 


35 


— 


— 


.— 


12 






New buildings 


2 


lu 


_ 


_ 





3 


15 


65 


Keys alley 


18 







— 





2 10 




36 


Kunckle street 


29 


2€ 


1 


2 


._ 


3 14 






New buildings 


_ 


_ 




___ 


_» 


3 


3 


72 


L?etitla court 


15 




_^ 


_ 


__ 


3 2 






New buildings 




_ 


_^^. 


__ 


..^ 


1 


1 


. 21 


Laurel street 


6 


4 


2 


-_ 


,_ 


16 4 




' 32 


Laurel st. N. L. 


4 


7 





._ 


-_ 


4; 


15 


Laurence street 


27 


5 


__ 


__ 


1 


9 18 




60 


Lily alley 


16 


9 


__ 


_ 





11 




36 


Little George St. 


9 




1 





_ 


11 1 




24 


LiltleGerman st. 


8 


13 


.^„ 


__ 


. 


._ 






New buildings 


3 




.-— 


__ 


^^^ 


___ 






24 


Little Oak street 




13! - -- - 


2 


> 


15 


Little Pine street 


8 


1 MMM ,1 ■- ,^,,^ 


1 * 






New buildings 


2 




i ~ 


\ - 


1 ^ 


— 


r 


r- 



APPENDIX. 



XLVjfl 



" 


Dwell- 




. =^!? 


Public 


W^ork- 


Streets, &c. 


ing 
iiouses 


Store 
houses 


2 7 c 


build- 
ings. 


.. ops, 

.stal;lfs 


1' ■« 








ul -5 




&c. 


z 


H 




0. F. 


H. F. 


B. F. 


B F. 


B. 


F. 






Little Water st. 


12 5 


6 1 


. ___ 


... 


1 


r: 




37 


lx)cust street 


55 65 


2 


3 1 


1 


7 


55 






New buildings 


15 8 


—' 


— 


— 




2 


25 


214 


Lombard street 


138118 


3 1 


3 3 


1 


11 


32 






New building^b 


9 


1 1 


— 


1 1 




1 


14 


324 


Maiden street 


7 7 


2 


1 


— 




9 




26 


Marf^aretta st. 


19 + 


4 


— 


1 


1 


11 




40 


Mark's lane 


18 


— 





_ 


1 


6 




25 


Marlboroug-h st 


8 38 


— 


__ 


1 




11 






New buildings 


7 


— 


— 


— 




1 


8 


66 


Marshall's alley 


10- 











1 




11 


11 


Mary's alley 


4 28 


— 


_ 







c 




34 


Mary street, S. 


8 26 


.1-. 


, 







1 






New buildings 


1 


— 


_ 


__ 




_ 


1 


36 


Mead alley 


20 10 


___ 


,1 , 


__ 




1 






New buildings 


1 


_ 


__^ 


— _ 


^ 




I 


32 


Merritt's lane 


2 n 











2 






New buildings 


3 


^_ 


,, 





^ 







18 


Middle alley 


4 24 


__ 










7 






New buildings 


2 


___ 










1 


J 


38 


Minor street 


3 


13 


1 





10 


3 




30 


Morris's alley 


18 


4 


__ 







r 




28 


Moravian alley 


25 1 


4 


4 


2 


7 


9 




52 


MoyamensingR. 


19 9 


__ 


1 






6 






New build ingb 


2 


.^ 






_ 




2 


37 


Mulberry street 


289 4? 


li 1 


1 2 


3"~ 


7 


"37 






New buildings 


10 2 










4 


16 


416 


Myers Sc Hinc- 


















kie's courts 


25 1 














26 


NewBank st. &c- 


18 


3 






15 


10 




46 


New Market st. 


28 10 


2 


3 






10 






New buildings 


2 












2 


55 


^inth street 


84 40 


1 




3 2 


16 


38 






New buildings 


18 3 


I 


1 




4 


6 




217 


Noble stre<^t 


38 23 


U 5 


5 




1 


2() 






New buildings 
North street 
Oakslreet, N. L. 


2 

13 16 
7 39 


11 


1 o 

1 -c 


~— 


6 


1 

6 

41 


3 


112 
41 


Newbuildings^ 


2 4 






6 


107 


Oak street, vS. 


9 17 










4 






New buildings 


1 












1 


31 


Old York road 


11 36 


— - 

1 


1 


■- 


2 


2o 
2 


New buildings 


— 


— M' 


2 


81 



XLVIII 






APPENDIX. 








D 


l\.:;. 


1 . 2:- S-J FubiiclWork-l 




Streets, &c. 


ing i St(;ri: = £ ;= 
housesjhouses 5 f^ r^ 


build- 
ings. 


shops, 
stiibles 












c; ^ 




&c. 


y-. H 




B. 


F 


B. F 


B. F 


. B. F 


.B. F 




ptter street 


1 


4 


] 


1 1 


— 


1 7 


15 


Palmer street 


2 


23 


— 


— 


— 


^^ 




Newbuildingsj 


1 


— 


— 


— 


4 


1 44 


Parham's alley 





22 


— 


— 


— 




New build ing-s 


1 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— -■ 


2 31 


Paschall's alley 




— 


— 


— 


— 








New buildings 




4 


- I 1 1 


— 


— 


6 9 


Passyunk road 


14 


119 


4 


6 


— 


35 


„ 


New buildings 




9 


— 


— 


— . 


1 


10 188 


Pear street 


8 


4 


5 1 


3 


1 


6 6 


33 


Pegg street 


10 


6 




1 


— ' 


11 




New buildings 


1 




— 


— 


1 


— 


1 30 


Penn street 


38 


10 


11 3 


— 


— 


13 




New buildings 


2 




— 


— 


— 


— 


2 77 


Penn street, K. 


10 


3 


— 


1 


— 


5 17 




New buildings 


1 




«>— 


— 


— 


1 


2 38 


Pennsylvania 
















avenue, &c 


19 




— 


— 


— 


— 




New buildings 


3 




— 


— 


— 


— 


3 22 


Petticoat alley 


1 


5 


— 


— 


— 


7 


13 


PewterplatterA. 


32 


2 


2 


1 


— 


2 5 


44 


Pine alley- 




2'-: 


— 


— 


— 


2- 


^' ^32 


New buildings 




4 


— 


— 


— 





Pine street 


169 4.5! 


7 1 





4 


lo 27 




New buildings lO 




2 ' 





— 


11 


3 279 


Pitt street 


5 


16 


3 


1 


— 


3 11 


39 


Plum street 


33 


97 


— 


2 


— 


11 




New buildings 


3 


6 


— 


— 


— 


— 


9 152 


Poplai- lane 


U 


231 — 


— 


— 


. 31 




New buildings 


9 


4" — 


— 


— 


ll 


4 79 


Portland lane 




1 ~ 


1 


— 


3 3 


10 


Powell street 


34 




— 


— 


1 2 


37 


Prime street 


9 


38' "" 1 


2 


— 


19 




New Iniildingh 


7 


3: — 


— 


— 


_ 1 


a 79 


Prince street 


6 


10 — 


— 


-~ 


4 


20 


Prospect alley 


3 


10 — 


— 


— 


5 




New buildings 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2 20 


Prune stieei 


28 


8 - 5 1 


1 


11 -f) 




New building:- 


1 




— . .^ 


_ 


1 


2 61 


Quan-y street 


10 


3 


1 2 


— 


6 3 


25 


Queen street, S. 


24 


h2 


1 


' — 


11 




New buikbngs 


1 




( 


_ 


_- 


1 88 


Queen street, K. 


32 


71 


1 3; 2 


1 


30 




New Uiildings 







— . 1 


- 1 


1 


2 


5 152 



A'PPENDiX. 



XLiX 



Streets; SiC- 



houses 



n. F. 



2 

47 



Quince ulley 

Newbuilding-s 
llachcl street 
Raspberry alley 

New buildings 
Raspberry L.&c. 
llelief street 
Kcfee street, &c- 

New building's'' 
liose alley, N. I.. 

New building's 
Rug-an street 
Sansom street 
Sas&afras alley 
Sassafras btrect 

Newbuilding-s 
Secrmd street 

New building's 
Seventh street 

New buildings 
Shackaniaxon st. 

New buildinj^s 
Sbippen street 

New buildings 
Shippen*s lane 
Six'b street 

New buildings 
Small street 

New building 
S<*uth street 7 I4 

Spaftord street 1 28 
Spiingett alley 4 
Spruce street' 200 63 

New buildings 8 
St.John&Annst. 52 89 

New buildings 6 4 
St.- Mary street 1 

Newbuildings 2 
Stamper's alley 12 
Starr alley 1 

Stei-ling alley y 

Strawberry st. 45 

New buildings 1 



Store 
liouses 



11 

5> 

10 
3 

4 

7 

30 

1 

■32 

4 
4| 
8 16 
:06l.'i5 
12 16j 
831392 
55 1; 
135 8- 
27- 
14 2. 

4\ 

37107 

2 ■'■ 

4 c 

246157 

12 8 

2 A7 



31 

2 
7 
3 
5 



43 

4 
7 



5 
1 

28 

o 
O 

4 



^S-.i PuUIk- 






18 
6 



14 



build- 
•ings. 

B. F. 



5 5 

19' 

il 

J3 



Work 
sliups, 
iLablci. 

13. F. 



1 li 



5 
1 

?8 
2 
6li9 
5 
32 



82 

6 

226 

1 

61 
1 
8 

21 
1 
9 

82 
3 



0/ 

66 

40 

4 

8 

27 



ltl3| 
42 
12j 



2 

6 9j 
— I 1 



U 

20 

10 
21 
17 

43 

58 
11 

64 
27 

623 

1701 

08O 

53 

180 
23 

563 

57 
39 
36 
21 

339 

204 

38 

28 

8 

16 

67 



APPENDIX. 



Streets, &c. 



Swanson stree( 

Newbuildingt 
Swanwick street 
Tammany street 

Nev/building-f- 
Tenth street 

New building> 
Third street 

New building's 
Thirteenth st. 

New buildini^e 
Twelfth street 

New buildings 
Union street 

Newbuildingb 
Vernon street 

New buildings 
Vienna street 
Vine street 

Ne\v buildings 
Wagner's alley 
Walnut alley 
Walnut street 

New buildings 
Water street 

New buildings 
Watkins*s alley 
Weaver's alley 

New buildings 
Webb's alley 
West street 
Wharves N. 8c h. 

New buildings 
Willing's alley 
Wissahicon roac 

^^ew buildiiigij 
Wood St. N. L. 

New building 
Wood street, K 

New buildingj 
Buildings west 

lit iiroad Ht 

ftni Shippen's 



Dwell 

ing 

houset 



B. F 



Store 
houses 

B F. 



87 61 
2 1 
2 

26 22 
2 

50 6: 
20 Ir. 

49525: 

38 8 

8 33 

5 7 

51 24 
1 

82. .6 

8 3 

6 2b 

13 
141 5f 

6 d 
4 U> 
2 
177 2^: 

9 1 
208 10 

2 2 
8 3 

1 6 
2 

2 12 

4 8 
15 7 

5 1 

19 I?- 

2 

24 34 

5 

4 21 



2 
1 
26 11 



11 



24. 

159 
15 



3 .£ - 
B F 



368 36 
11 1 



Public 

build- 
ings 

3 F. 



15 



Work- 




shops, 


tie- 


stables 




&c. 


•-'■ 


B, F. 




4 36 




— 


4 


2 1 




1 5 







2 


20 36 




5 13 


56 


23 112 




1 2 


55 


1 13 




1 


13 


5 21 




1 


2 


14 14 




— 


a 


2 6 




1 


1 


6 




9 7o 




1 


13 


2 5 




1 10 




U 34 




2 1 


13 


10 34 




2 


J ) 


2 3 




i-..^n:4 


»■■ 


', — f . 


,'2 


4 




:■• 




70 41 




— 


12 


5 2 




a 3? 




— . 


4 


2 3!:' 




1 





1 6 




1 


1 



APPEXDJX. 



Svr^..,5 



> 



lasie t(-Schu\ ;- 

kill, beiwcci 

Federal anil 

New baiiding.- 



'Ov.elK 
lOUses 



106289 
20 45 






It 



^ i?r Public 
build- 
injpi. 

B. F 



Work- 

sliops, 
vtablcs 

&c. 
8. F 



.,0 



44 ^.0 
22196 



865 



Whole number of new buildings in the city and suburbs, 
5/36 brick and 407 frame dweliincj houses, 77 brick and 13 
frame store houses, 9 brick and 11 tVame manufacturing 
budding^s, li brick mid 5 frame public building's. 38 brick 
aud 156 fi-anie v:>rkshops, slablcs, &c. Total 1295. 

Total number, 9232 brick and 6582 frame dwelling houses, 
1184 brick and 2r8 frame store houses, 227 brick and 15/ 
frame manuf<cvunng buildings, 157 brick and 48 frame pub- 
lic bailJiag"s, 112a brick and 3776 frame workshops, Stable^ 
&c. 1 otal 22769. 



NUMBER OF BUILDINGS IN THE DIFFERENT 
DISTKICTS. 



The city contains thirteen thousand two hundred and forfy 
one buildings, of wliich seven hundred and thirty-seven are 
new. 





Brick. 


Frame. 


Total. 


Dw-ftlling houses 


6351 


2523 


8874 


Store houses 


1053 


15' 


1212 


Manufacturing buildings 


161 


69 


230 


Public buildings 


131 


25 


156 


Stables, workshops, he. 


944 


1825 


2769 



Totals 8640 4601 13241 

Northern Liberties, built part, (exclusive of Kensington) 
contains ibur thousand two hundred and eighty, of which 
two hundred and seventy -two are new. 

Brick 



Dwelling houses 1556 

Store houses 93 

Manufacturingk buildings 42 

Public buildings 10 

St.^bles, workshops, &c. 64 



Frame. 

1442 

76 

49 

9 

939 



Total. 

2998 

169 

91 

19 

1003 



Totals 1765 2515 42«| 



.11 APPENDKi. 

Penn Townslitp, btiilt parts, contains tiine hundred aoct 
'Jiirty-six buildjng-s, of which fifty-seven aie new. ' ■"' 





B 


i Ick. 


Frame. 


Total, 


Dwelling- houses 




225 


292 


517 


S^ujre houses 






2 


2 


Manufitcturing building's 




4 


8 


12 


Fublic buildings 




m 


3 


5 


Stables, woi-ks'jops, Stc. 




76 




400 



Totals 307 629 936 

Kcnsinjrton cont.ains eight hundred and sixty-nine build- 
?r;gs, of which fii'ty-two are new, 





Brick. 


Frame. 


Total. 


Dwelling-houses 


184 


431 


615 


Store houses 


1 


8 


9 


Manufacturing- buildings 


5 


5 


10 


Public buildinij^s 


1 


o 


4 


htables, workshops, &c. 


14 


217 


231 



Totals 205 664 869 

Southwark, built parts, contains two thousand sevien hun- 
di-ed and thirty nine buildings, of which one hundred and 
'.'wenty-eig-ht are new. 





Brick. 


Frame. 


Total 


Dwelling houses 


834 


1467 


2301 


Store liouses 


36 


32 


68 


Manufacturing' buildings 


10 


19 


29 


Fublic buildings 


8 


5 


13 


Stables, workshops, &c. 


14 


314 


528 



Totals 902 1837 2739 

Moyamensing and Passyunk, north of Federal road, cou- 
lains seven hundred and four buildings, of wliich fox'ty-nine 
ure new. 





Bi 


rick. 


Frame. 


Total. 


Dwellini^ lioui;es 




82 


427 


509 


Store houses 




1 


1 


2 


>Ianuf. during buildings 




5 


7 


12 


Public buildiiit^s 




5 


3 


8 


Stubles, workshops, &c- 




16 


157 


173 



Totals 109 595 704 

nECAPITULATION, 

Brick. Frame. Total, 

(jilv 8640 4601 13241 

Northern Liberties 1765 2515 4280 

Peni\ Townsiup 307 629 9^6 



APPENDIX.-, LI 11 

Kensing^ton 205 664 869 

South wark 902 1837 2739 

Moyamensing and Passyunk 109 595 704 



Grand totals 11928 10841 22769 

Number of dwellings erected In 1802, 1803, and 1804. 
Brick. Frame. Totid. 

1802 338 126 464 

1803 383 102 389 

1804 204 69 273 

The following is a Statement of the progressive increase of 
Houses and Inhabitants in the City and Suburbs. 

Houses. Inhabitants 
In 1683 there were 80 and about 6u0 
1700 700 5000 

1749 2076 15000 

1760 2969 20000 

1769 4474 30000 

1776 5460 40000 

1783 6000 42000 

1806 13000 9O0OO 

And m 1810, twenty-two thousand seven hundred and 
sixty-nine buildings of different descriptions, and about one 
hundred thousand inhabitants. 

'* In consequence of the publication of an incomplete state- 
ment of the number of inhabitants in the city and county of 
Philadelphia, some of the New York editors have published 
an erroneous comparison of llie popidation of Philadelphia 
and New York. Tiie marshal of the district of Pennsylvania 
has enabled us to give the whole of the returns of the city 
and county of Philadelphia, within the hmits of which the 
ntimber of inhabitants amounts to 111,210 

While tlie city of New York, which embraces the 
whole island of fifteen miles in lengilj, con- 
tains but 96,372 
So that the population of Philadelphia exceeds 

that of New York 14,888 

And Philadelphia still retains her rank as the first city 
in the United States." IFoulson.^ 

February 15, 1811. 

Pennsylvania contained in 1810 810,153 Inhabitants. 

1800 602,365 



Increase in ten years 207,788 



c- 



. .: APPENDIX, 

A comparative Vienv of the Census of some of the 
principal Cities of the Uiiited States. * 

Cities. No. Intiabitant.^. 

Philadelphia . , . . .111,210 

New York 96,372 

Baltimore 46,485 

Boston 33,234 

Salem ...;.... 12,600 

Providence 10,071 

Itichmond 9,751 

Albany 9,356 

Washington 8,620 

Newark 7,993 

Portland ....... 7,173 

Portsmouth ...... 6,93.4 

ViEV/s o/" Me Manufactures in the Uniied State^s; 
derived from the returns made to the Treasury, pursuant to 
an Act of Congress, passed ^•^lay 1st, 1810. In a letter from 
S. L. MircHiLL, to the Hon. Thomas Newton, dated 
Washiyigton, January 7. 1812. 

Dear Sir, / 

The act fartliier to alter and amend the act providing for 
the third census or enumeration of the inhabitants of the 
United States, passed May 1, 1810, made it tiie duty of the 
several mai'shals, secretaries, and their assistants, wliile 
they were' taking the census of the people, to take also, 
under the direction of the secretary of the treasury, and 
according' to the lnstructi««^ he should give, an account of 
the several manufacturing- establishments and manufactures 
within their several districts, territories, and divisions. It 
was directed that the whole of the information so collected 
should be returned to the secretary of the treasury. It was 
enacted too tliat for such additional services, suitable com- 
pensation should hereafter be made by law. The money 
appropriated for coimting the irihabitants and registering 
their manufactures, was one hundred and fifty thousand 
dollars, which is understood to have been more than enough 
to defray the whole co!5t. 

Agreebly to the request of the Committee of commerce 
snd manufactures, 1 have paid some attention to the returns 
made by the marshals on the state of manufactures in our 
C'ountry. They abound with information; though some of 
them are executed with greatly more care and exactness 
than others. Massachusetts appears to have been done with 
remarkable correctness and method, by counties and towns, 
rhre.p'irttal acvoants are followed by a general rctapitulatlon; 



APPENDIX. i^r 

and the "whole 13 an example of order and perspicuity ex- 
ceedingly creditable to Mr. Prince. South Carolina, on the 
contrary, is an example of carelessness beyond any of the 
returns. It is deficient in many important respects; and 
seems to 'have been sent away in such a hurry, that the 
columns of fijs^ures are not added together into an ag-gre- 
gate sum at the foot. 

The information collected in the other states, evinces 
interniediate dei^^rees of observation and accuracy. Yet it 
oug"ht to be mentioned of New-Jersey, a state famous for in- 
d\isti-y and manufactures, that the county abstracts only 
are forwarded, witlmut any summaiy whatever of the wliole. 
To i-ender the statement instructive, the reader must be- 
stow the labour of for'.iiing the general conclusion; and in 
attempting this, lie will discover frequent instances of in- 
completeness or inaccuracy. With this may be contrasted 
the return fvom Pennsylvania, which evinces an extent of 
research, on the part of Mr. Smith, honourable to him as an 
oificcr, and exhibits the manual arts and trades of t'le com- 
monwealih to which he belongs, in a highly advantageous 
light. Their numbers and kinds are displayed with t xtraor- 
dinary detail, both as to the branches carried on and capi- 
tal employed. 

1 nevertheless undertook the task of making a general 
abstract, and of deducing a sort of comprehensive table. I 
began with the return of Mr. Curtenius, from New-York, 
and entered tiie total sunis of his stvei'al articles in one line 
upon a sheet of paper. There I recorded the 867 tanneries, 
491 distilleries, 42 breweries, .13 u68 looms, 467 fulling-mills, 
443 carding machines, 26 cotton manufactories, 28 paper- 
mills, 124 batteries, 6 glass-houses, 2 pov»'d<T-mdls, 18 i-ope- 
walks, lU refineries of su.gar, 28 od-mills, 11 bh.stiiirnaceii, 
10 air-furnacrs, 44cut-na!l manufactories, and 48 I'urges, wivh 
some other tinngs, particularly the cloths miuuifa(aured in 
that extensive commonwealth- On attempting, however, 10 
arrange the other retuDis under the same heads, I fotmd great 
difficulties in the way. For, though Connecticut, North Caro- 
lina, Kentucky, and indeed mostof the states and territories, 
corresponded very well to a certain luimber of titles, yet 
many of the latter were so difl"orm and various, that it was 
impossible to class them under corresponding heads. 

There were further tlifficulties. Maine was observed by a 
dif!i?rent officer front ]\\n\ wlio look ilie census of Massachu- 
setts. The return from that district is so unlike the one made 
by the other marshal, ihatit is extrer..ely difliicult, it' not 
impossible, to make then) correspond and harm«nt/e. I des- 
paired, tiieiefore, ofett'ecJing a reconcilement in the nuirns 
from, the two parts of Massachusetts. Again; Tennessee is in 
very much the same situation. The maisUai of the western 



l^fl APPENDIX. 

district of that state has made a valuable return; his col- 
league of the eastern district has not equalled him in parti- 
cularizing and distributing his subject, and besides, has pur- 
sued so different a plan that it is not practicable to adapt 
them. 

I might easily make other observations. The return from 
Shode-Island might be quoted for its minuteness and accu- 
racy. Rut, notwithstanding the appearance of observation 
and' fidelity which pervades it, there is almost or quite an 
impossibility of adjusting its materials with those contained 
in tlie other returns. The like remark applies to Ohio, 
though its return contains indications of perspicacity and in- 
telligence; and to Michingan, wlicse secretary, Atwuter, has 
furnished a paper which, though small, is a moddle of per- 
spicuity and neatness. 

After several attempts to arrange and methodize the ma- 
terials, so as to bring them into one compendious view, I 
became convinced that my labours were fruitless, and aban- 
doned the undertaking. It is certainly a subject of regret 
that a grand total cannot be formed of all the manufacturing 
estabhshmenis in the nation. Yet we may rejoice that so 
much lias been done. When the next census sh:di be taken, 
we may be more successful. An exact schedule of all the 
subjects of inquiry ought to be formed. These, if transiiiit- 
ted to the proper officers, would direct their attention to 
certain aad definite objects. The returns ^^•ould therb} be 
rendered uniform, and capable of being added up into one 
great account, exliibiting in a concordant and uniform man- 
ner all the subjects inquired into throughout tlie slates and 
territories. 

Sonie most valunble information is derived from these re- 
tunis, incomplete and heterogeneous as they are. Under the 
head of sheep, for example, we learn that Vermont contains a 
stock of450,000; Massachusetts399,182; Connect;cut400,000; 
and Penns\ Ivania 1,466,918. Among these are included the 
individuals of tlie merino breed, and of the mixed race de- 
rived from their communic:ttion with the ordin^vry kind. 
From ihese premises v.e deduce favourable conclusions as to 
the food derived from their carcasses, the leather from their 
skins, and above all tlie clothing from their fleeces. 

The number of looms, and of cardnig and sj^inning ma- 
chines, almost exceeds bfdief, as does also the amount of 
cloth prepared by the inliabitants. The woollen manufacture 
has prodigiously increased, as well in the quality and vurie- 
t}', as in the quantity of tlie goods. Such advances ai e already 
iiiade toward supph ing domestic fabrics enough to clothe 
the pei.ple,that but fev years nu^re will be necessary, under 
he existing commercial restrictions, to efiect that importaftt 
object. 



At'PKNUlX. 

I'bc progress made in the preparation of cotton twist, and 
.»f the articles into which it may be manufactured hy the 
weaver, has been still more rapid and surprisinjj. From a 
perusal of these papers, the most comfortable {.ssurincc is 
derived of the amount and fitness of these products ot the 
loom, to aiford a covering to man, and furnitoi-e for his ha- 
l>itation. 

The fabrics of flax are also so far extended, and so much ' 
#n the increase, as to excite the most cheeriui^ prospec'S of 
an au.acmcnted supply to our citizens, from their own proper 
labour and skill. The superior excellence of homespun linen 
s the strong-est of all recommendations. 

These papers contain a more distinct and interesting^ ex- 
hibition tlian we ever had before of tlie saltpetre munufiC- 
tured in the slates. Ihus Vn-ginia prepares .59,1/5 pounds; 
Kentucky 201,937; Massuclmsetts 23,6'JU; EmsI Tennessee, 
17,534, and West Tennessee, chiefly in Jackson, Warren, 
White, and Smith counties, 144.895; makln}^ nearl}- half a 
million pounds of home mude mire, as g'ood as tlsat usually 
brought from foreign parts. It'is alleged, the quantity may 
be increased to any dcbirable amoimt. The connexion of this 
with numerous manufactories of gun powder, puts us quite 
at our ease as to the nitrate of potash, and to tiie means we 
possess of compounding it. 

'I'he manufacture of straw is eminently worthy of notice. 
In Massachusetts, wliere the forming of bonnets Irom that 
material seems to have first begun, the yearly amount of 
sales is uot less than 55551,988. Tlie manufacture of straw 
bonnets has been since undertaken in Connecticut, and pro- 
duces the yearly value of g 27,100; and it is worthy of re- 
mark, that tlie labours of two women in New Jersey, in*the 
same way, yielded them ^ 140, amounting to the sum of 
S 579,228, for the single article of straw bt)nnet3. 

Noi- is the preparation of sugar from the juice of the maple 
free unimportant. Of this domestic sweet, Ohio produces, in 
a twelve-month, 3,023,8j6 pounds ; Kentucky, 2,4/1,647; 
^'ern■.ont, 1,200,000; and Eas' rennessee, 162,340: makmg 
u quantity of Jiearly seven mdlioa jKJunds in these states only, 
wherein the returns may be conci;ived to be greatly within 
the trutli. 

\Vorks in horn, ivory, and shell, have made a progress 
that is Worthy of notice. The combs, for instance, which 
(^.oimeciicut prejjares annually for market, are estinmted at 
870,000; Massachusetts 5)80,624; and Pennsylvania §6,240; 
equalling a sum of §5 156,8u4. 

I may mention too the abundance of copperas which West 
Tennessee and Veimont alford. 'I'he quantity per annum 
from the former, is stated at 56,000 lbs.; and from the latter, 
at 8,0(JO. The quality of these sulphites of iron is declared 



I. VI II APPEm)IX. 

to be very fine, aftd tliat drug'g-ists and dyers may be supplied 
"to any demand Lhey may make. 

liie tannUig- of skins is displayed, in tiiese surveys, to great 
advantage Indeed, among- a people who universally wear 
fehoes of leather, and a great part of whose male inhabitants 
dress in boots, the consumption of that material is extrava- 
g-ant. Ry admitting- hides and peltry free of impost, and lur- 
ing heavy duties upon the introduction of tanned and rawed 
leather, congress has g-iven aniple proiectlon to the operations 
•f pj-eparing- skins for use. But our domestic supplies go far 
fe( } ond the demand for the feet and legs. Saddlery, Imrnt-sa, 
and books, are piincipally supplied fi-om the same internal, 
source, to the g-ieatextent of tiieir several demands; and the 
iik<^ may be observed of the supplies for the wants of naviga- 
tion and military equipments. 

A prominent feature in the face of this performance is the 
runiber of stills employed in the preparation of ardent spirits. 
The quantity of ardent spuits annually distilled appears, by 
Ihe )etuins, to equal tJic- piodig-ious amount of twenty -three 
miHinns seven hundred and twenty thousand gallons. The 
extraction olbi-andy from peaches, of an alkoholic liquid from 
•ider, and of whiskey from rye, and even maize, is carried 
to this alarming- excess. These products of the distilleries 
are chief!} consumed among- ourselves, though a portion of 
the latter is converted to gin before it reaches tl^e human 
stom.ich. While, therefore, we observe che increase of these 
Lome-made fluids, we must reflect on their inebriating ef- 
fecrs. It cannot be disguised, that tl)eir intoxicating quality 
recommends them to such general employment. Nor ought 
it to be concealed, than in a country wliere a gallon of this 
maddening stimulus Cim be bought for half a dollar, a gill 
may be obtained at retail for three cents, and the seller, at 
the same time, moie than double his money. The fondness 
fortius bewitcliing beverage, and tiie repugnance to any ex- 
cise upon it, raise in tiie mind a curious association between 
the free use of it and of jjolitical freedom. And it deserves 
tiie coiisideration of all the thinking part of society, how i'ar 
disease, idleness, immorality, and other mischiefs incidental 
to strong potation, may not degrade freedom to rudeness and 
something worse. 

A few oiher important objects disclosed by an examination 
of these papers, remain to be mentioned. 

The number of water and horse-mills employed in .spin- 
ning cotton, on this exhibition, amounted to 3M), in themontli 
of August, I8l(), and working one hundred thousand spin- 
dles Tiiese, on an. average, will spin annually between four 
ftnd live million pounds of yarn; and that yarn would be suf- 
ficient to weave eighteen millions of yards of cotton cloth, 
tnre€ q-..iart€rs of a yard wide. And this is wholly indepea-. 



APPENDIX. JLix 

ient of what may be spun in private families, although it 
n>akes part of uLat is wove tliere. 

The fulling mills returned amount to 16)0; and the,M'0(il- 
•ardhig machines, going by water, lo 1585. 

The number of looms relumed exceeds 330,0'j(>, and the 
total number of yards of cloth made uf wool, coiiou, and flax, 
as reluj-TJed, exceeils seventy-five mdlions. 

Gun-p /wder iniiis are enumerated to the number of 20r. 
Some of these are, inueed, small; but they count, and, im 
addition to the larger ones, they prepare yearly 1,450, OOf 
liounds of gun-powder. 

Five imndred and thirty furn:<ces, tbrges, and bloomeries^ 
are enumerated. 

The paper mills amount to 190. 

I cannot forbear to express the wish, that these important 
fjapeis may fall into the iiands of some person wlio may liave 
time and ability to derive from Ihem mure extensive infor- 
mation than 1 am able to give you. But until tins shall be 
done, the present coaimuJilcation ma} serve to aflord some 
idea of llie manner in which the marsijals have txeculed 
their mstructions, and of the facts whicii their returns con- 
tain. 

Allow me lo assure you, once more,, of my great esteefia 
and regard. 

s\:vk;ix l. mux. hill. 



GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

CIVIL ESTABLISilMEN T. 

■Tames Madikon', president of l.... ^;^ v...;!:, 

Salary, g 25,0Q0 
Tice president, (vacanr) 5,0u0 

MEMFIERS OF THE TWELFTH CONGRESS. 

Note, tach senator and member of the house of representa- 
tives, receives a compensation of six doilars per day, while 
attending^ in session, and one day's pav for eveiy twenty 
miles travelling to and fron» the seat of govei niueot. 

SENATE. 



5lew Hamp.shire, ^^'"^^V ^^l"'' 

•* f Joseph M. >win«i 



LX 



APPENDIX. 



Connecticut, 

Rhode Island, 

Vermont, 

New York, 

New Jersey, 

Pennsylvania, 

Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

North Carolina 

South Carolina, 

Georgia, 

Kentucky, 

Tennessee, 

Ohio, 

Louisiana, 



CChauncey Goodilcu 
t Samuel W. Dana. 
C William Hunter, 
cJeremiah B. Howell 
C Stephen R. Bradley, 
<^ Jonathan Robinson. 
CObadiah German, 
cJohn Smiih. 
CJohn Lambei't, 
cJohn Condit. 
C Andrew Greg^g", 
<^ Michael Leib. 
Oames A. Bayard, 
C Outerbridge Horsey* 
C Samuel Smith, 
i Philip Reed. 
C Richard Brent, 
t William B. Giles. 
Cjames Turner, 
(.Jesse Franklin. 
5 James Gaillard, 
cJohn Taylor. 
5 Charles Tait, 
C William H. Crawford. 
C Geoi-ge M. Bibb, 
cJolm Pope. 
C Joseph 'Anderson, 
t George W. Campbell. 
C Thomas Worthington, 
C. A.lexandar Carnpbell. 
5 Allan B. Magruder, 
C Thomas Posey. 
Samuel A. Otis, secretary 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

JVtfw Hampshire. 
Josiah Bartlett, John A. Harper, 

Samuel Dlnsmoor, George Sullivan. 

Obed Hall, 

JUassachunetfs. 

Ebenezer Seaverj, 



Ezekiel Bacon, 
Abijah Bigeiow, 
Elijah Brigharn, 
Richard Cutts, 
Wilham Ely, 
Isaiah L- GreeYi>»^ 
Josiah Quhicy, 
William Reed, 
Francis Carr, 



Samuel Taggart, 
Peleg Tallman, 
Charles Turner, jun. 
Labun Wheaton, 
Leonard Wliite, 
William Widgcry, 
Wm. M. Richardson. 



JRhode Island. 
Ilithard Jackson, jun. Elisha R. Potter 

C'o7inecticut. 
Epaph. Champion, Timothy Pitkin, jun. 

Jolm Davenport, jun. Lewis B. Sturges, 

Lyman Law, Benjamin Tallmadg^e. 

Jonathan O. Moseley, 

Vermont. 
Martin Chittenden, Samuel Shaw, 

James Fisk, William Strong. ' 

^e-w York. 
Daniel Avery, William Paulding, ji^jj. 

Hamanus Bleecker, Benjamin Pond, 

Thomas B. Cooke, Peter B. Porter, 

James Emoit, Ebenezer Sage, 

Asa Fitch, Thomas Sammons, 

Thomas II. Gold, Silas Stow, 

K. Le Uoy Livingston, Uri Tracy, 
Arunah Metcalf, Pierre Van Cortlandt, jxjn. 

Samuel L. Mitchill, 

JVtfw Jersey. 
Adam Boyd, George C. Maxwell, 

Lewis Condit, James Morgan, 

Jacob II ut'ty, Thomas Newbold. 

Pennsylvania. 
William Anderson, Aaron Lyle, 

David Bard, James Mdnor, 

Hobcrt Brown, ^ William Piper, 

William Crawford, Jonathan Itobertifi 

Roger Davis, William Rodinan, '- 

William Findley, Adam Seybcrl, 

John M. Hyneman, John Smilie, 

Abner Lacock, George Smith, 

Joseph Lefever, Robert Whiteh'li 

Delaware. 
Henry M. Ridgely. 

J\faryland. 
Stevenson Archer, Alexander M'Kim, 

Charles Guldsborough, Samuel Ringgold, 
Joseph Kent, Philip Stewart, 

Phihp B. Key, Robert Wright. 

Peter Little, 

Virginia. 
John Baker, Ji)hn Dawson, 

Burwell Bassett, Thomas Gholson, 

James Breckenridge, Peterson Goodwyrii- 

William A. Burwell, Edwin Gray, 

Matthew Clay, Aylett Hawes, 

John Clopton> J06eph Lewis, juH. 

f 



Lxxi APPENDIX. 

William M'Coy, John Roane, 

Hugh Nelson, Daniel ShefTey, 

Thomas Newton, John Smith, 

James Pleasants, jun. John Talliaferro, 

John Randolph, Thomas Wilson. 

JS'oHh Carolina. 
"^N^illis Alston, jun. Nathaniel Macon, 

William Blackledge,- Archibald M'Bryde, 

James Cochran, Israel Pickens, 

M«shack Franklin, Lemuel Sawyer, 

William R. King-, Richard Stanford. 

Joseph Pearson, (One vacancy.) 

South Carolina. 
William Butler, William Lowndes, 

John C. Calhoun, " Thomas Moore, 

Lang-don Cheves, David R. Williams, 

Elias Earle, Richard Winn. 

Georgia. 
William W. Bibb, Boiling Hall. 

George M. Troup, (One vacancy.) 

Kentuchif. 
Henry Clay, (Speaker) Samuel M'Kee, 
John Desha, Anthony New, 

Richard M. Johnson, Stephen B. Ormsby. 

Tettnessee. 
Felix Grundy, John Sevier. 

John Rhea, 

Ohio. 
Jeremiah Mon-ow. 

Louisiana. 
Thomas B. Robertson. 

JMississippi Territory. 
George Poindexter, delegate 

Indiana Territoi^- 
Jonathan Jennings, delegate. 

Patrick Magruder, cl^k. 



JUDICIARY. 

tfoHN Mablshall, chief justice of the United States, 

Salarxj, g 4000 

Associate judges, Salary gSJOO each. 
r>u6hrod Washington, 'liiomas Todd, 

William Johnson, jun. Joseph Story, 

Br^ckholdst Livingston, Gabriel Duval. 

Attornev general of the United States, 
William Pinckiicy (of Maryland) Salary g 3CO0 



appendix:. 



L\lll 



DISTRICT JUDGES. 



District of Maine, 

New Hampshire, 

Massacliust;tt3, 

Uhode Island, 

Vei-monc, 

Connecticut, 

New York, chief juJge, 

Additional judge, 

New Jersey, 

Pennsylvania, 

I)elawai-e, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

North Carolina, 

South Carolina, 

Ceorg-iri, 

Kentucliy, 

Tennessee, 

Ohio, 

Columbia, cliief judg-e. 



Assistant judges 



5 



David Sewall, 


Siooo 


John S. Siierburne, 


100-:'. 


Juhn Davis, 


i:;tjo 


David Howell, 


800 


Elijah Paine, 


800 


Pierpont Edwards, 


loeo 


M. B. 'ralniadge, 


1500 


W. P. Van Ness, 




KoberL Morris, 


1000 


Kichard Peters, 


ICGO 


John Fisher, 


12U0 


James Houston, 


1500 


John Tyler, 


1800 


Henry Pottcj'i 


1500 


John Drayton, 


1800 


\\ ilFfani btevens, 


1500 


Harry Innes, 


1500 


John M'Nairv, 


500 


Charles W. Bird, 


1500 


William Cranch, 


2000 


Nicholas Fitzhug-h, 


1600 


Buckner Thrviston, 


1600 



CLEllKS TO THE SUPREME CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT 
COURTS. 



Supreme Court, 

Di sulci of N. Hampshire, 

Maine, 

Massachusetts, 

Rhode Island, 

Vermont, 

Conhccticut, 

New York 

New Jersey, 

I'ennsylvania, 

Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

North Carolina, 

South Carolina, 

Georgia, 

Kentucky, 

Tennessee, 

Columbia 

Bitto, 



Elias B. Caldwell, 
Jonathan Steel, 
Henry Sewall, 
Nathan (ioodale, 
Edmund T. Ellery, 
Cephas Smith, 
Simeon Bald'Cin, 
Edward Dunscomb, 
Robert Bog-g-s, 
David Caldwell, 
Thomas WitherspooTi, 
Philip Moore, 
\Villuim Marshall, 
Wdliam Blackledge, 
Thomas Hall, 
Richai-d M. Stites, 
Thomas Tunstall, 
Rol.ert M. Gavock, 
V» illiam Brent, 
George D^neale. 



IJClvV 



AFPENt)I.X. 



DISTKICT ATTORNIES- 



New Hampshire, 

Maine, 

Massachusetts, 

I'hode Island, 

C-onnecticut, 

"Vermont, 

Xew York, 

New Jersey, 

Pennsylvania, 

iJelaware, 

■Maryland, 

\ irginia, 

.Kentucky, 

.^'orth Corolina., 

South Carolina, 

fjcorgia. 

East Tennesse, 

N\ est Tennessee f 

Ohio, 

Columbia, 

N^w Orieans,- 



Daniel Humphries.. 
Silas Lee, 
George Blake, 
David Howell, 
Hezekiah liuntingdorij 
Cornelius P. Van Ness, 
Nathan Sandford, 
Joseph M'llvaine, 
Alexander J. Dallas,, 
■fieorge Keed,, jun-. 
Elias Glenr-,- 
George Hay, 
Robert Wicklifle, 
Kobert H. Jones, 
Tliomas Parker, 
William B. BuUock, 
Jolni M'Campbell, 
John E. Beck, 
Samuel Herrick, 
Walter Jones, jun. - 
John K. Grymes. 



MARSHALS. 



-New Hampshire, 
Elaine, 

Massachusetts^ 
Rhode Island, 
Connecticut^ 
Vermont, 
New York, 
New Jersey, 
Pennsylvaniajr 
Delaware, 
Maryland, 
Virginia, 
jWrth Carolina, 
South Caiolina, 
Georgia, 
Kentucky, 
Columbia, 
Bast Tennessee, 
West Tennessee, 
Ohio, 
Orlean?! 



Michael M'Clary, 
Thomas G. Thornton, 
James Prince, 
Ebenezer K. Dexter^ 
Robert Fairchild, 
David Robinson, 
Peter Curtenius, 
Oliver Wayne Ogdar? 
John Smith, 
James Brobson, 
Thomas Rutter, 
Andrew Moore, 
Beverley Daniel, 
Robert E. Cochrrfn, 
John Eppinger, 
Robert Crockett, 
W^ashington Boyd, 
Charles 1. Porter, 
John Childress, Jul). 
Lewis Cass, 
Peter L. B. Duptols. 



APPENDIX. -cxv 



GOMMISSIONERS OF LOANS. 

Yew Hampshire, William Gardner, 

Massachusetts, Benjamin Austin, jun. 

Rhode Island, Christopher Ellery, 

t^vonnecticut, Jonathan Bull, 

New York, William Few, 

New Jersey, William Ewing-, 

Pennsylvania William White, 

Delaware, John Stockton, 

Maryland, Edward Hall, 

Virginia, Thomas Nelson, 

North Carolina, Sherwood Haywood > 

Soutli Carolina, Morton A. Waring, 

<!l«orgia, Hobert Habersham. 



FEDERAL COURTS OF LAW. 
THB SUPREME COURT. 

At the seat of government, the fii-st Monday In Februar}- 
annually. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 

For New Hampshire, on the 19th of May and 2d of No- 
vember, at Portsmouth and Exeter. 

Vermont, at Windsor and Kutland, alternately, the 1st of 
May and 3d of October. 

Massachusetts, at Boston, on the 1st of June and 20th of 
October. 

Rhode Island, on the 15th of June and 15th of November, 
at Newport and Providence. 

Connecticut, on the 13th of April and ITth of SeptembeP 
at New Haven and Hartford. 

New York, at New York on the 1st of April and Sep- 
tember. 

New Jersey, at Trenton, on the 1st of April and October. 

Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, on the 11th of April, and 
11th of October. 

Delaware, at Newcastle and Dover, on tlie 3d of June an^l 
the 27111 of October. 

Maryland, at Baltimore, on the 1st of May and 7th of No- 
vember. 

Virginia, at Richmond, on the 22d of May aed November. 

No; th Carolina, at Raleigh, ^hc 12th of May and No- 
vember. 

South Carolina, at Charleston, on the 20th of Mav, and Kt 
Columbia on the 30th of Nove.Tiber> 



-;.-.jvf. APPENDIX ' 

Georgia, on the 6th of M:iy :.. ... r;:rember, at Sa- 
vannah and Louisville. 

District of CoKimbi.), at the cit} of Washington, Ic.i Mon- 
day in June and 4th in December, and at Ah'^x&ndi'ia, 1st 
Mcnclav in July and 4th in November. 

V^hen any of the above fixed days happen to bp, ou Sunday, 
the court is opened on the Monda} fallowing 

in those districts where t'.vo places are designated for 
holding ihe sessions of the Cu'cuit court, the first term in the 
year is ahvays held at the place hrst named. 

DISTRICT COURTS. 

Maine disirict^ 
At Portljind, 3d Tuesday in June and the 1st in Decem- 
ber, and at Fovvnaiboroug'h, ist in March and Septembe;r» 
JVcnv Hampshire <f ■ ' ^ 

At Portsmouth, 3d Tuesday in March and September, 
and at Exeter, 3d*ir .'u.k: and December. 

Windsor and al iv. caia; i.st Monday in February and Au- 
gust, and 2d in May and November, 

Massac hus-^'tSy 
At Salem, 3d Tuesday in Mar eh, and 2d in September, 
and at Boston 4th I'uesday in June, ai;d 1st in December, 
Rhode Island-, 
At Newport and Providence, 1st Monday in February and 
August, and 1st in May and November. 
Connecticut^ 
At New Haven, 3d I'uesday m February and August, 
and at Hartford, 3d in May and November. 
J'y'l'W York, 
At New York, 1st Tuesday in February and May, Au- 
gust and November. 

/ A''e7U Jersey, 

At Burlington, 1st Tuesday in February (tnd August, and 
at NeV UrunsWicic 1st in May and Noven*ber. 
Pennsylvaniay 
At Philadelphia, 3d Monday in February, May, August 
and November. 

Delaivarc, 
At Dover, 4th Tuesday in Febi-uary and August, and at 
Newcastle, 4lh in May and November. 
Muryi(hid^. 
At Kaslon, IstTtiesday in Maicii and September, and « 
Baltimore, 1st in June :uid December. 



APVi. .>uiA. > 

At Williamsburg', ad Tuesday in March ar.d September, 
and at Richmond 3d in June and December. 
North Carolina^ 
At Newbern, 1st Monday in February, May, Aujyust, and 
November. 

South Carolina, 
At Charleston, 3d Monday in March and September^ Is 
in July and 2d in December. 

Gfor^ia, 
At Augusta, on 2d Tuesday in November, and at Savan 
nah, 2d in Februafy, May, and August 
K(ifit7ici-yi 
At Frankfort, on 2d Monday in March, od in June and 
November. 

Tennessee^ 
On the 1st Monday in April, July, October, and January. 
Exclusive of the above-mentioned stated courts, ihe dis- 
i-ict judges have power to hold special courts in their re- 
spective districts at their discretion. 



DEPARTiMEXTS OF ^ 

THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

fAMES M UN ROE, Secretary, Salar}/ gSOOO 

Chief clerk, John Graham, and six clerks. 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

ALBERT GALLATIN^ Secretary, Salaty, §5000 

Chief clerk, Edward Jones, and five clerks. 

Comptroller, Richard Hush, % Salary, goSOO 

Ghiot clei-k, Nathan Luft'borough, and 12 clerks. 

Aud*||^', Richard Harrison, Sauiry, §3000 

ChiefTlerk, Patrick Farrel, and 11 clerks. 

Tre-suer, I'homas Tudor I'ucker, Salary^ J^3000 

Chief olerk, Samuel Brook, and two clerks. 

Register, Joseph Xourse, Salary, §2400 

Fifteen clerks. ^ 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 

WILLI VM EUS riS, Secreurv, Salary, 4500 

Chief clerk, , and 5'clerks. 



Lxviii APPENDIX. 

Accountant, William Simmons, Salary^ ^2000 

Chief clerk, Peter Hagner, and 8 clerks. 

GENERAL OFFICERS, 8cC. OF THE UNITED STATES 

ARMY. 

MAJOR GENERALS, 

Henry Dearborne, James Wilkinso!n. 

Thomas Pinckney, 

BRIGADIER GENERALS, 
Wade Hampton, John Armstrong, 

James Winchester, John Chandler, 

Joseph Bloomfield, John P. Boyd, .1, 

William Hull, Henry Burbeck, 

Thomas Flournoy, WlUiam Henry Harrlso.i ( 

qUARTER-MASTER GENERAL, 
Morgan Lewis. 

COMMISSARY GENERAL, 

Callender Irvine. 

^ ADJUTANT GENERAL, 

Thomas Gushing. 

INSPECTOR GENERAL, 

Alexander Smyth. 

QUARTER master's DEPARTMENT. 

MORGAN LEWIS, Quarter Master General. 

Anthony Lamb, Deputy Q. Master, Albany 

Jacob Eustis, do Boston 

William Linnard, do Philadelpliia 
Capt. William Swan, do 
Major A. Stoddard, do 
Lieut Samuel Champlain, do 

James Thomas, do New Orleans 

Lieut. D. Bake]-, Assist. D. Q. M. Detroit 

Lieut. Hez. Johnson, do Pittsburg 

Capt. J. B. Walbach, do Portsmouth 

Capt. James House, do Newport, R. L 

Lieut. H. Ycaton, do Norfolk, Tirginia 

Lieut. S. Chaiiij)lain, do Charleston, S. C. 

Capt. N. Leonard, do Niagara 

Lieut. S. Clark, do Annapolis 

Capt. Sleplien Ranney, do Salem 

Lieut. Jolin T. Wirt, do Fort Stoddart 
Capt. John Nicks, do Fort Hampton, N. C. 

Lieut. J. C Symmes, do B. Fontaine 



APPENDIX 

Lieut. C. Van De Venter, Assist. D. Q. M. New York- 

Lieut. Samuel Perkins, do Greenleaf' s Point 



-Mr. Samuel Duncan, 
»^plj|fut. JohnErving-, 
«dtieut. J. W. Brysion, 
^ieut. Jacob Allbrlght, 
Lieut J. HoJling-shead, 
Lieut. R. R. Cuyler, 
Lieut. Rufus Hatch, 



d(w 

dW 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Carlisle 

Fort Jol^llon 

Newporl, Ken. 

Vincennes 

Trenton 



ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 

COL. DECIUS WARDSWOUTH, commissary general 
Major George Domford, assist, commissary general. 
Lieut. Sylvanus 'I'hayer, deputy commissary. 
Lieut. John Morton, do 



COMMISSAilY's DEPARTMENT 

CALLENDER IRVIXI^, commissary general. 
John M'Kinney, I>L-])uty commissar;-. 



John H. Pium'mer^ 
Thomas Buford, 
J. Langdan, jun. 
John Cumin ings, 
Amaza Stelson, 
Benjamin Cuduorth, 
John Stith, 
Hanson Kelly, 
Elisha Tracy, 
Joseph VV. Nickolson, 
Bejijamin Morgan, 
Samuel Paisscl, 
William Jarvis, 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
da 
d9 
do 
do 
do 



NAVT DEPARTMENT 



Te«nessee 

Kentucky 

Porismoutfa 

Georgia 

S. Carolina 

Virginia 

K". Carolina 

Connectic-ut 

New Geneva 

New Orlean.^ 

New York 

Vermont 

Solan/, g450e 



PAUL HAMILTON, secretary, 
Chief clerk, C. W. Goldsborougli, and 8 clerks. 
Accouniapi, Thomas Turner, Salary. §200? 

Chief cletk, Thomas II. Gilliss,and 8 clerks. 






NAVAI. FORCi: OF THE UNITED STATES, 

FRIGATES. 

Guns. 

Constitut^oii 44 Chesapeak 

United States 44 New York 

lrcsjj«|j 4.4 Constellation 



Gun.^ 

44 

. 36 






L£K 



APPENDIX. 



Congress 

Boston 

"Esmx 



36 
32 



Adams 
John Adams 



Macedonian, taken fron^ie British by Decatur. 

-., . n CWaSiM^ (taken) 

Ships of war, 1^^^;^ 



Siren 

Argus 

Oneid* 



■y^erfgeance, 



BRIGS. 

16^ Enterprize 

16 Vixen 

16 Viper (cutter) 

170 GUN BOATS. 



BOMBS. 



Spitfire, 



Etna, 
Vesuvius. 



'32 




14 
12 

12 



32 gun frigate (building) and 11 schooners at Sac- 



ket's harbour, on the lakes. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY.. 



CAPTAINS. 



Alexander Murray, 
John Rogers, 
James Barron, 
William Bainbridge, 
Hugh. G. Campbell, 
Stephen Decatur, 
'i^'homas Tingey, 
Charles Stewart, 



Isaac Hull, 
Isaac Chf'uncey, 
John Shaw, 
John Smith, 
John H. Dent, 
David Porter, 
John Cassin, 
Samuel Evans. 



I MASTERS COMMANDANT. 

%^ hk ^ Charles Gordon, Geo. Washington Reeiflj 

'' f * Joseph Tarbell, Arthur Sinclair, 

t^dTk AJtA^^''^^'^^ Jones, James T. Leonard, 



'James Lawrence, 
Charles Ludlow, 



Charles Morris, jun. 



LIEUTENANTS. 



.f.- 



M. B. Carroll, 
Samuel Elbert, 
Oliver H. Perry, 
^.I'lSfpii Bainbridge, 
^^-''^.fDhn M. ( aidner, 
• ^William ^1. Crane, 

D. r. Patterson, 
Pktjbcrl Henley, 
John D. Henley, 
Charleb L. Hidgley, 
Wilii^m H. Allen, 




Samuel Angus, 4 
T. Vlacdonoughj 
L. Warrington, , 
Octitvus A. Page, 
J. Hlakeley, 
^ Jiivnes Biddle, 
/\ Stephen Cassin, 
j^D &. Dexter, 
/\ M. X. Woolsey, 
Jonaliian Ihorni* 
Ceorge C.Kead, 



/. 



s\ 



APPENDIX. i-xxi 

R. T. Spcnce. Henry E. Ballartl, 

Kcl arcl Trench avc],^^!. Tliomas Gamble, 

John Orde O.eig-hton,^ A- C. lAidlov, %^ 

James Itensliaw, ^ ^ B. I Nt-ale, 

David Deacon, ^ Joseph I. Nicholson, 

Louis Alexis, Walter Stewart, 

John Downes, ^ F. M. Babbit, 
Sidaey Smitli, ^ .-AViHiurnCarler, jutt. 
William Lewis, '^■■tt|h||0itniauncey, 
Williuni Burrows,^ ^|PIP^I. Elton, 

Tliomas Brown, \ Edwai-d P. Kennedy, 

George Parktr, Jesse Wilkinson, 

Nathaniel Haraden, Horace Walpole, 

Waller Winter, Alexander James Dallas, 

George .MerfiU, James Wilson, 

Samuel Woolihouse, John B Nicolson, 

Charles C B. ihorason, 13. V. Hoflfmaii, 

James P. Wiimer,|^ George Budd, 

Francis I. MitcUellT^ T. A. G. Jones, 

Joseph Nicholso^ John M. Funk, 

Alexander Wadgworth, Joseph F. M'Pherson, 

John Petligrew, John Porter, 

Jesse D. Elliot, ^^^ John T. Shubrick. y 
•eorge W. Rogers, ^L 

GENERAL POST OFFICE, WASHINGTON CITY. 

GIDEON GRANGER, postmaster general, g 300© 

Assistant, Abraham Bradley, jun. 1700 

Ditto Seth E'ease, ' 1600 

Chief clerkj Robert F. How, and 13 clerks. 

OO^ See " Post Office Establishment " 

SURVEYOR GENERAL. 

Josiah Meigs. 

UNITED STATES MINT, PHILADELPHI,\. 

KOBER r P \'l lERSON, director, g 2000 

Benjam.n Rush, treasurer, 1200 

Henry Voigt, coiner, loOO 

Joseph Richardson, assayer, 1500 

Joseph v^ioud, reti)\er, 1500 

U(.hert -lOt, engraver, 1200 

Adi.r.i Eokfeldt, assistant coiner and die forger, 800 

Clerks, one at 700 

tw© at 50G 
ffy S«€ •• Table of Coin*.* 



■ Xlll 



APPENDIX 



TNTERCOURSE WITH ^REIGN NATIONS. 
DIPLOMATIC DEPA!frMENT. 



MI^fISTERS PLEXirOTEJ^'WIARY. 

ro France, J^Mtjf^rj^^^^^^jujd^t^^ 9009 
Court of LondoiKfl^^^ if 9000 

St. Petersburg-;, Jo^W^^^ Atlarr.s, 90U0 

Rio Janeiro in B . :^il, Thomas Suinter, 9000 

Madrid, (vacant) 9000 



CHARGE DES AFFAIRS. 

Great Britain, (vacant) g 450Q 



SECRSTARIES OF LEGATION. 

To France, unknown, , 

Court of London, unknown, 



1359 



CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS. 

Davidf B. Warden, commercial agent, Paris, 
William Lee, ditto ^ Bordeaux, 

Jhomas Aborn, vice com. ag-ent, Cayenne, 
Voter Walsh, commercial agent, Cette, 

William Buchanan, 
Rthienne Cathalan, 
John Appleton, 
Thomas Lovell, 
Francis CofPyn, 
Henry Wilson,. 
Joseph Yznardi, 
Robert Montgomery, 



William Kirkpatrick 
l-^\vis O'Brien, 
John M. Baker, 

John J. Armstrong, 
Richard S. Hackley, 
John B. Dabney, 
Henry Hill, 
George Joy, 
J. L. Cathcart, 
Sylvan us Bourne, 
Kuns Kan, Saabaye, 



ditto 


Isle France) Bourben, 


ditto 


Marselles, 


ditto 


Calais, 


ditto 


La liochelle, 


ditto 


Dunkirk, 


ditto 


Ostend, 


ditto 


Cadi?, 


, ditto 


Alicante, 


ditto 


Riga, 


ditto 


Malaga, 


ditto 


St. Andero, 


ditto 


Isles Majorca, Minor- 




ca and Yvica, 


ditto 


Island of Teneriffe, 


ditto 


St. Liicar, 


ditto 


Fayal and the Azores, 


ditto 


St. Salvador in Brazil, 


ditto 


Rotterdam, 


consul, 


Madeii'a, 


epnsul general, 


Amsterdam, 


clitty 


Copeuliagen, 



.Taraes M*Gre^or, 
Thomas Gamble, 
Frederick W. Lutze, 
William Clarke, 
John M. Forbes, 
F. J Wlckhelliausen, 
Philip Marck, 
Plilllp Depeyster, 
Edward Carrinijton, 
■William Rif^gin, 
James Anderson, 
John S. Cog-del, 
Thomas Applet on, 
Alexander Hammet, 
Thomas H. Storm, 
John Broadhent, 
Abraham Gibbs, 
Levitt Harris, 
William Stewart, 
Tobias Lear, 
George Uavis, 
James Simpson, 



Thomas 1,. flalscy, 
!^amuel Hazaid,. 
Wilham G. Miller, 



APPEXDIX. 


LXXl 


consnl afpneral. 


St. Thf mas, 


consvil. 


Santa Cruz, 


ditto 


Stetin, 


ditto 


Embden, 


ditto 


Hamburg, 


ditto 


Bremen, 


ditto 


Franconia, 


ditto 


Curracoa, 


vice consul. 


Canton, 


ditto 


Trieste, 


ditto ' 


Gottenburg* 


ditto 


Home, 


ditto 


1 .eghorn. 


ditto 


Naples, 


ditto 


Genoa, 


ditto 


Messina, 


ditto 


Palermo, 


ditto 


St. Petersburg, 


ditto 


Smyrna, 


consul general, 


Algiers, 


consul. 


Tripoli, 


ditto 


Tangier, 


consul general, 


Buenos Ayfes, Cblli 




and Peru, 


consul, 


Buenos Ayres, 


ditto 


Archangel, 


ditto 


INIontc Video. 



ditto 


Tortola, 


ditto 


Guadaloupe, 


ditto 


Martinique, 


ditto 


St. Jago deCuba, 


ditto 


Island Jamaica, 


ditto 


Porto Uico, 


ditto 


Cadiz. 



AGENTS FOR SEAMEN AKD COMMERCE. 

Henry Hose, agent, at Antegiia, 

Maurice Lisle, 

Levvjs Foiman, 

Archibald NL Cocke, 

Maurice Rogers, 

William H. Savage, 

J. I J. Clement, 

Richard W. Meade, 

A'ote. AH those appointed to France and its dependencies, 
and those only, arc styled commercial agents. 

The fees and emoluments ofconsuls, as established by law, 
(except'ug those in the Barbary States) and which of course 
extends to commercial agents, are ?9 follows, viz. 

For authenticatinj^under the consular sc:U, every protest, 
declaration, deposition, or other act, which any captain, mas- 
ter, marifier, or other citizen of the United S a;es, may re- 
spectively choose to make, the sum of two dollars. 

For th^taking into possession, inventorying, selling, and 
finally settling and payn)g or transmitting the balance due on 



-i^Aiv^ APPEJSrDlS. 

personal estate, left by any citizen of the United States, wfe© 
shall die within the limits of his consulate, five per cent, on 
the gi"t)ss amount of such estate. 

For taking into possession, and otlicrwise proceeding on 
anr such estate which shall be delivered over to the iegal 
representative, before the final settlement of the same, two 
and a half pei- cent, on such part delivered over as shall not 
be money, and five per cent, on the gross amount of the re- 
sidue 

For administering- oaths or affirmations to the principal 
officers of a vessel confirming the landing of merchandise 
where he shall reside, tweniy five cents each; and for certi- 
fying the delivery of such merchandise, from every such 
vessel, one dollar. 



MINISTERS, CONSULS, AND COMMISSARIES OF FOREIGN 
POWERS, RESIDENT IN THE UNITED bTATES. 

FROM FRANCE. 

^,J. SERURIER, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipo- 

tentiaiy. 
M. Le Baron Lescallier, consul general, New York. 
Mare Antoine Alexis Giraxul, consul, Boston. 
Gerard Cazeaux, vice consul, Portsmouth, N. H. 
Honore Felix de Douzy, vice consul, Fhiladelphfa-. 
Louis Francis Leloup, consul, Baltimore. 
M. Oster, vice consul, Norfolk- , 
M. Fourcroy, consid, Charleston, S. C. 
M. Le Marvis, vice consul, Savannah. 
M. M artel, consul, Nat dies. 
liOuis de 'lousuid, vice consul. New Oi leans. 

FROM SPAIN. 

3)0N LLIS DC ONIS, envoy>extraordinary and minister pie- 
nipotchiiary. . ^ 

Don BartoloHie Rerguenef, consul, Pennsylvania, at Phila- 
delphia. 

Don Antonio ArgoteVillalobos, Gonsul,Virginia and Kentucky. 

Don Juan Bauoista Bernaheu, consul, Maryland. 

Don Diego Murphy, consul. New Orleans. 

Don'Fehpe Facio, consul. North and South CuroHna. 

Don Carlos Molvey, consul in the absence of Don Facio. 

Don Juan Stoughton, consul. New Hampshire, Massachu- 
setts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Vermont. * 

Don Jomrrs Stoughton, consul. New York. 

Don Pablo Clacon, vice consul, Alexandria. 

^f*tm Carters Molvey, vice corTsUl, Newport> R. I. absenf. 



APPENDIX. -Lixy 



FROM PORTUGAL. 



f TosepU Rademuker, consul g^eneral. 
(Vaciuu) vice consul at New York. 
James F. Voinock, vice consul, Soutk Carolina- 
Richard Codman, vice consul, Massachusetts. 
Lewis Deblois, vice consul, \Vashington. 

FHOM THE LATE BATAVIAN REPUBLIC. 

f^\''acant) minister resident. 

Adrian Valck, consul, Maryland and Virg'inia. 

(Vacant), consul, Charleston, S. C. 

J. H. C. Heinekin, commercial ag-ent, Pennsylvanilai 

Gilbert I. E. Smissart, New York. 

FROl^I SWEDEN. 

Ricl|(Pr Sodcr?trom,^imjl g-eneral, Bj«xlelphia. ^ 
Joscpii A. Wintlirop, vice consul, Charreston, S. C. ▼ 
Jonathan Swift, vice consul, Alexandria and other ports on 

the Potomac. 
Rezin D. Sliepherd, vice consul, New Orleans. 
Henry Chan, vice consul, New Yo.'-k and f onnecticut. 
William Scarborough, vice consul. Savannah. 
r>enjamin Blag'Cfe, vice consul, Wilming-ton, N. C. 
Peter Collin, vice consul, Maryland. 
John My(!rs, vice consul, Norfolk and other ports in Virginia, 

except on the Potomac. 
f5eorjre Rog-ers, vice consul, Newport, R. I. 
S. Rlag-ge, vice consul, Boston, Massaciiuselts and New 

Hampsliire 
John Hcidrick, vice consul, Wilmin^on, Del. 
Samuel Israel, consul. Philadelphia. 

FROM DENMARK. 

P. PEDKRSEN, charge de aflf^iirs and consul g-neral from 

the court of Denmark, Philadelpliia. 
C L. Jrger, aecretary to the consulate general, Philadelphia 
G. Hammerken, consul. New York. 
Charles W. Creene, vice consul, Roston. 
F. W Brunb, vice consul, Haiti. nore. 
M. ^fyers, vice consul, Xoifolk. 
T. Swift, vice consul, Alexanrlria. 
Joseph A. W inthrop, vice consul, Charleston, S. C. 
William Scarborough, vice c«)n:jiil, Savannah, 
llichard Relf, vice consul, New Orleans. 

FROM PRUSSIA. 

Johanna F.amst, Christian Shultz, consuls, Baltimore. 
Jacob Rberheard, Acgust Steiimictz, consuls, Cbarlistor^SbC. 



Lxivi APPENDIX: 



"FROM RUSSIA. 



ANDREW DASCnCOFF, envoy extraordinary and minister « 

plenipotentiar)'. ^ 

M. Svertchkoff, conseller of theleg-ation, Wasliing'ton. 
M. Kiizcn, Secretary of the leg-ation, Wasliinj^ton. 
Paul Sweenin, secretary of th.e legation, Philadelphia. 
Nicholas Kozofr", consul general. 
Alexy Eustafiew, consul, Boston. 



JMcmbers of the Thirteenth Covgrees from the State 

of PcmisylvaiiUL. 

l^district. City and county cf PhiladelpHia and county of 
Del^We, Adam^i^^ert, *C. J, Il||£i'solU William .^||i|rson 
and *,^pn Conrad^^^ ^^ ^^ 

2d. Counties of Chester and Montgomery, Roger Davis and 
Jonathan Roberts. 

v3d. Counties of Lancaster and Dauphin, *John Whitehill 
j»nd *Jc)iin Gloninper. 

4Ui. County of Yok, *Hug]i Glasgow. 

5ih. Counties of Cumberland, Franklin and Adams, Robert 
Whiteh'll and William Crawford. 

6th. Counties of Bucks, Northampton, Lehigh and Wayne, 
Robert Brown and *Si.mufcl 1). higham. 

7th. Counties of Berks and Schuylkill, John M IJynrman. 

8th. Counties of Bedford, Somerset and Cambria, William 
Piper. ^ 

9(h. Counties of Miffiin, Huntingdon, Centre, Clearfield and 
MKeun, David Bard. 

lOih. Counties oi Ncrthumberliind, Luzerne, Bradford, 
Susqueliannah, Lycoming, Tioga and Potter, *Isaac Smith 
and *Jared Irwin. 

llth- Counties of Westmoreland, Indiana, Jeflerson and 
Armstrong, Wjlliam Firctiay. 

12ih. County of W asliiiigton, Aar'.n I,.yle. 

13th. Counj.es of Fayette and Green, J(jhn Smilie (dead). 

14ih. Counties of Allegheny and Butk-r, *Adan)son Tan- 
Biehili. 

15th. Counties of Beaver, Mercer, Crawford, Eric, Venan- 
go and Warren, Abner Lacock. 

'I'he whole numb.er of uu mhers is twc nty-three; in the 
present congress Penr.sUvania bus but eigliteen member's. 
The new mermbers are marked with an asteiisk *. 



AI»PBNT)1X. ixivii 

GOVERNMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

•ilMONT SNYDER, goremor, Salary ^5333 53 

.V B. Bojleau, secretary to ihe commonwealth, 3000 

MEMBERS OF THE LEGTSLA.TURE. 
Assembled on the first Tuesday of December, 1812. 

SENATE. 

1st district. Edward !Iest#t, William Binder, Charks Bid- 
Jle, John Barclay. 

3d. John Newbold, Isaac Wayne. 
• '^^•^cer Frailey, CMyiiles Shoemaker,,/ 

4ilf7 William Hamilton, Nathunitl Watson. 

5th. James Wilson, Matthias Gress, William Ross 

ith. James Laird- 

7th. Jonathan Roberts. 

•th. William Erwln. 

§th. Melchoir liham. 

lOih. William Beale. 

11th. William Cilliland, Thomas Campbell. 

12th. Abel M'Farlane, Isaac V\ eaver. 

13th. James Lowry. 

l4ili. Presley Carr Lane, speaker. 

I5th. Jacob Blotcher. 

16th. Archibald ilankin. 

17th. Abner I^acock, Walter Lowrie. 

18th. Wilson Smith. V 

19th. James Brady. 

20th. John Barrows. 

State of Parties. The whole number of members is 31, ©f 
these 5 arc federalists and 26 republicans. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

City of Philadclfihia^. 
f William J. Duane, f Lewis Rush, 

i Tlioinas Sc rj^eant, \ Jacob Mitchdl- 

f Jolin Connc !ly, 

County of PhiludtlpHa. 
f Jolin Holmes, Dani«-l Groves, 

f Ger)rg-e Morton, Jacob Holi^a'e, 

John M'Leod, -j- Charks Souder. 

, Bucks. 

Samuci >n'ith, f U liliun. II. RowlaiHl, 

.Tyscnh Clunn. j- C'hnrUs Jife-ecfi<S 



Lxxnii APPENDIX. 

Monigomcry. 
Jesse Bean, f Philip Reed, 

Benjamin Reiff, George Weaver. 

Chester. 
t jVathaniel Pennepackf f Abrafuim Buihe^^ 
■f John JVIenonght \ Lea I'use. 

f Johji G. Bull, 

JLan caster. 
f Joel IJghtnerj f Jacob Ringgold^ 

f Johi Hopkins, f liobert Ma-xwe^ 

f J0A71 (Jraff^ f Jacob Grosch. 

James S, Mitchell, f Peter Siorm, 

Adam Hendrix, f Jacob Heckert, 

Cumberland. 
John Davis, | Thomas Cocbraa.*' 

Jacob Alter, 

Berks and SchuylkilL 
t Jacob Kerbs, Conrad Feg-er, 

I Jacob Miller, t Jacob Sasseman*.' 

•j' John Adams, 

JVorthamptQn and Wayne, 
Daniel W. Dingham, f Philip Seller*, 

Henry Winters, -f S. Stein. 

j- Abraham Horn, 

Mor thumb er land,. 
Samuel Bond, t Leonard Rupert, 

Andrew M, Clenachan, \ George Kremer.' 

Washington. 
Joshua Dickerson, f James Kerr, 

Thomas M'Call, Robert Anderson. 

ArmstrorLgy Indiana and Jefferson, 
James M'Cjhnb. 

Westmoreland. 
George Plumer, \ Peter W^allace* 

\ Henry Alshouse, 

Fayette. 
John Shreve, John St. Clair, 

Henry Heaton, 

Bedford. 
John Tod, speaker David Fields, 

Franklin . 
Robert Smi'h, f Daviii MClay. 

Jacob !)i chert, 

Daujiii.. . 
Davu 1 ciguson, Valent.ne "haufflef. 

f Amo« ElimaJcer, 



APPENDIX. txxix 

Luzerne. 
-f Benjamin Dorrance, f Charles .Viner, 

Huntrngdoii. 
f R. J. Law, Alexander Dysart- 

Beaver. 
Sohn Lawrence. 

Allegheny and Butler. 
Joseph Reed, Samuel Scott 

Wilham Marks, f Thomas Cochran 

Mifflin. 
Vfvn. Magill, Joha Brown. 

DelWiVai e. 

f Thompaon, f Chemy. 

Somerset and Cumbria. 
I Daniel Stoy, James flanna. 

Lycoming. 
t Henry Welles, " John Forstet. 

Greene. 
Rees H.ll. 

Adams- 
James M'Sherryy Jamee Robineit^, 

C nt.ri. Clearfield and NT Kteu. 
\ Michael Boling-er. 

Eric, Craivjhrd and Warren. 
John Philips, Patrick Farrelly. 

Mercer and Vt nango. 
James Montgomery, Samuel Dale. 

*• State of Parties. The whole number of meipbers is S5; 
cf these 18 are federalists ar.d 77 republicans. The new 
members are designated by a dag'ger f and are A7 in num- 
ber, i'he usual proportion of ihe new members annually 
elected is about one third of t^e wholcr number. Ihe names 
•f tlje federalists are pruUed in itulice- Republican ma- 
jority 59. 

Ill Joint JMeeting of both houses of the legislature the 
whole number is 126— ilepubllcans 93, federalists 23, re- 
publican majority 75." [Democratic Press. 

COURTS OF PENNSYLVANL\. 

The Supreme Court holds Six Terms aimually, in five 
dilierent districts of the state, viz. 

Two in the cicy of Piul.ui -Iphia, for the '* Eastern Dis- 
trict," one of tilt m to begin on tlie 2d Monday -n Decem- 
ber, to conunuc 3 weeks. The other on the 2d Monday in 
JVIaccbt to eontinue two weeks, if necessary. 



i^xxx AFPBN131X. 

One term at Pittsburg", for the " Western district," coi 
the Ist Monday in September, to continue 2 weeks, if neces- 
sary. 

One at Lancaster, in the " Lancaster District," on the 3d 
JVlonday in May. 

One at Sunbury, in the county of Northumberland, for the 
** Middle District," on the Wednesday next following the 
2d week of the term of the Lancaster District. 

One atChambersburg, in the "Southern District," on tlie 
Monday week next following- the end of the 2d vveel»of the 
term of the " Western District." 

The ** Eastern District" is composed of the counties of 
Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Northampton, Montgomery 
and Delaware. 

The " Western District," of the counties of Somerset, 
"Westmoreland/ Fayette, Gieene, Washington, Allegheny, 
Beaver, Butler, M'ercer, Crawford, Erie, v\'arren, Venango, 
Armstrong, Cambria, Indiana and Jefferson. 

The " Middle Dirtrict," of the counties of Northumber- 
land, Luzerne, Lycommg, Mtfflin, Centre, Clearfield.^ 
!M'Kean, Potter, Tiiga, Bradford, Susquehanna and Wayne. 

'I'he " L^incaster District," of the counties of Lancaster, 
Bej'ks, York und Dauphin. 

The " Solithern Dist rict," of the counties of Cumberland, 
Bedford, Franklin, Huntbigdon and Adams. 

Tlie Judges are authorized to hold adjourned courts, 
whenever tlie business may render it necessary. 

I'he Courts of Nisi Prius for Philadelphia county, are 
ijeld at such times and places as the Judges of tlie Supreme 
C 'lirt may fi-om time to time direct and appoint. 
Chief Justice, William Tilghman, Salary, §2666 67 

Associates, [^rireTlckenridge, } ^2000 each. 

Joseph Barnes, protlionoiary of the Eastern District; office 

in county court house. Philadelphia 
WilhaiTi B. Irish, prothonotary of the Western District; office 

at Pittsburg. 
John Finny, protlionotary of the Middle District; office at 

Sunbury. 
John Passmorc, prothonotary of the Lane ister District; office 

at Lancaster, 
ilohn Findlay, prothonotary of the Southern District; office at 

Chambersburg. 

7^/ie District Court for the City and County of 
PhUadelfihiu. 

This Court is erected by an act of assembly passed the 
30ih day of March 1811, It ia to continue for six years, and . 



APPENDIX. LXXX' 

to have cogm/unce of all civil pleas and actions, real, p.-r- 
sonal and mixed, where tl)e sum in conirovcrsy ercceds one 
hundred dollars. It is iiekd by three j»idg:cs, any two of 
whom constitute a quorum. The presidint^ judg-e is to re- 
ceive a yearly compensation of 2000 dollars, and the assis- 
tant judj^es 800 eacli, payable quarterly. 

It has four terms in each year, viz. in June, September, 
December, and March if necessary, commencing- on thp 
first Monday in each. 

Joseph Hemphill, Esq. President. 

Jacob Sommers, Esq. ") 4^ • , ^ 
. ,1 c' i3 >• Assistants. 

Anthony Smimons, Esq. 3 

Courts of Quarter Sessions andCommcyi Pleafi^are held 
for the several counties, asfollonvs^ — in the 

1st district. — In Philadelphia, the 1st Mondays iu March 
and June, 3d in Sopiember and Ist in December. 

Fjcs. JACOB RUSH, Esquire. 

This court has no orlsrlnal jin-ibdiction in any civil action 
^here the controversy exceeds one hundred dollars. 

2d district. — In York, on the 1st Mtrndays of January, 
April, Aug-ust and November; in Lancaster, on the 2d Mon- 
days after tl)e co T.mencement of the courts in York; in 
Dauphin, on the Sd Mondays after the commencement of 
the courts in Lancaster. Pre's. WALTER i'RAXKLLN', Esq. 

3d district. — la Berks on the 1st Mondays in Jainiai'v, 
April, Aug'ust and November; in Northampton, an the 2d 
Mondays afier the commencement of the coiu'ts in Ucrks; 
in Scliuylkill, the 2dr Mondays next after the cotirts in 
Wayne, [Note — \Yayne was held, while j)art of the .nl dis- 
trict, on the 2d Mondays after the couits in Northampton. ' 
in Lehigh^ tlie Mondays next after tlie courts in Scluivlkill 

Pres. ROBER r PORTER, Esq. 

4th district. — In Bedford on the 1st .Mondays in Januarv, 
April, August and November; in Huntingdon, on the 2d 
Mondays of tlie same montlis; in MifHin on the 3d Mondays 
of tlie same months in Centre on the 4th Mondays oiihe 
same months. Pres. JON A. WALKER, Esq. 

5th District. — In Beaver, on the Ist .Vlonday in January, 
last Monday in March, and 1st Nondays in August and No- 
vember; in Allegheny, on the Mondays succeeding- ilic com- 
mencement of the courts in Beaver; in Ea\elte, on the .Mon- 
days succeixling the coniiuencement of the c«)urts in AUe"*- 
Iicny; in dreene', on the -Monda3s succeeding the commence- 
ment of the courts in Fa\ette; in \AasiiingLon, on tlie Mon- 
days preceding the commencement of die courts in Beaver 
Pres. SA-MUEL ROBERTS, Esq 
h ^ 



6th district. — In Venango, 1st Mondays in November, Fe- 
bruarj', May and Augaisl; in Butler on Uk 2d Mondays of the 
same months; in Mercer, on the 3d Mondays of the same 
months; in Crawford, on the 4th Mo*ida\s of the same monihs; 
in Erie, on the Mondays next following- the courts in Craw- 
ford county. Pres. JESSE MOORE, Esq. 

7th district. — In Delaware, on the 2d Monday in April, the 
4th Monday in July, and on the 3d Mondays in January and 
October; in Chester, on the 2d Mondays after the 3d Mondays 
in January, April, July and October; in Montg-omer}-, on the 
2d Mondays after the commencement of the courts in Ches> 
ter; in Bucks, on the 2d Mondays after the commencement 
of the courts m Montgomery. Pres. BIRD WILSON, Esq. 

8lJi district. — In Luzerne, on the 1st Mondays in JanuaHs 
April, August and November; in Northumberland, on the 2d 
Mondays afier the commencement of the courts in Luaerne; 
in L} coming, on the 2d Mondays after the commencement 
of the courts in Northumberland. Pres. (vacant.) 

9th district. — In Cumberland, on the 1st Mondays in Janu- 
ary, April, August and November; in Franklin, on the 2d 
Mondays in the same months; in Adams, on the 3d Mondays 
in the same months. Pres. JAMES HAMILTON, Esq. 

10th district. — In Somerset, on the last Mondays ot'FtHjru* 
ury. May, August and November; in Cambria, on the 1st 
Mondays of March, June, September and December; in In- 
diana, on the 2d Mondays of the same months; in Armstrong, 
on the 3d Mondajs of the same months; in VVestmoi-eland, 
on the Mondays next preceding' the courts in, Somerset 
county. Pres. JOHN YOUNG, Esq 

11th district. — In Tioga, on the 2d Mondays in January, 
April, August and November; in B)-adford, on the 3d Mon- 
days of the same months; iii Susquehanna, on the 4th Mon- 
days of the same months; in Wayne on tine Mondays next 
following the courts in Susquehanna county. 

The Gr/i/ian's Courly 
For Philadelphia county, on the 3d Friday in every month, 
at the county court house. 

The May or' ii Court of tht City of Philadelphia^ 
Holds four ses.sions annually, at such times as the mayor 
/ecorder and aldermen .si i all appoint. 

Courts of Oyer and Terminer, 
Held alternately by the judges of die Supreme Court an 
Common Pleas, at such times as are appointed, usually onr 

■j^ year. 



APPENDIX. Lxxxiii 

Fior.i the ^Imerican Duili/ ^iih-piiht-r. 

Mil. PovTLSON, 

If you should think llie following- i..;-; .....■:, a relative to 
the mode of cxecutiiiK'jacknowleilg'Jn^", proving-, and record- 
in t^flpcds, powers of allorncy, &.c. according to the laws of 
Penns\lvania, us- ful, it is at vuur strv;ce frr publicatiiMi. 
Nov. 13, 1812. ' A. B. 

Tiie.chitf justice and judges of the Supreme tjourt, tr»r; 
president aad associate judg'irs of the Court of Common pleas , 
and the m;;yoi- and recorder of the ctiy i)f Piiihi'lelpiiiu, have 
power to take the acknoAiedg-ment, or probate, ot deeds, kc. , 
for lands in any part of the stiite. ' 

The aldermen of tlie city of Philadelphia, have power to 
take the ackno'-viedsTmentand probate of deeds, Sec. for lands 
lying with.in the city or cciinty^f Philadeiphia. 

The justices of the peace oi' the several counties, have pow- 
er to take the acknowledt^ment, &c. of deeds for lands lying 
within their respective counties. 

I( tlie wife of a g-rantor is me party, the judg-e or justice, Sec. 
takins^ the acknowledgmtnt, must examine ii^^r separate and 
apart, from her hvuband, .ind shall read or otherwise m.ike 
known to her the fidl contents of the deed, and on such se- 
parate examination, site is requiied to declare that she did 
volunt.irilv, of her own free 'will and accord, seal and as her 
act and deed, deliver the s..me, all which must be certified 
under the hand and seal of the officer. 

Two Witnesses are usuhUv required to subscribe their 
names to the execution, and delivery of evcrj* deed. 

In all ca>>c3 it is advisable that the t^rantor should acknow 
ledjj-^ ihe deed, but if he be dead, or cannot appear, it may 
be proved by the oaih or attirmaiion of one or more of the 
vt'itnesses, who were pi-esentai the execution thereof. 

If the grantor and witnesses are dead, tlie hand writinfj of 
the latter may be proved by oath or artirmation, but when 
tiiat px'uof caimot be had the!\ tlie hand writing of the grantor 
niay be proved in like manner. 

Deeds made ovit of the s'ate, may be acknowledged by the 
«2;rantoJ-s, or proved by one or more of the witnesses thereto, 
before any mayor, chief magistrate, or officer of the citv, 
town, or place where executed, and cenijietl under the com- 
mon or public seal of such cin/f to-wny or place, tlie officer tak- 
ing care to ccrtiiy the private cxiimiuuiion of the wife as 
aforesaid. 

Bonds, specialties, letters of attorney, and other powers in 
writing, require two or more w.tnesses, and if exccuteil ou< 
of the state, must be proved by them b<'fore any minor, chief 
magistrate, or officer of the city, town, or place whe.e exe- 
cuted, and certified unOer the commun or public seal of the suiU 
cim, &c. 



I jtxxiv APPENDIX. 

Letters of attorney for the sale of lands or other estatei> 
must expressly give power lo sell, and convey, hi fee simple 
or otherwise, accordiDg- to the nature of the estate intended 
io be conveyed, and may be acknowledged or proved out of 
the state^ and certified as aforesaid, or acknowledged by the 
oonstitueHt or proved by one of the witnessesi before a judge 
)r justice of this state. 

Sale of lands, &,c. under power of attorney, must be made 
NvlVile the pov.'er is in force, and .sucli power shall be accoun- 
ted in force until tlie agent has notice of countermand, revo« 
'.aiion, or death of the constituent. 

-If the wife is a party to the power of attorney* she must 
acknowledge it in the same manner as a deed. 

Assignment of bonds, and specialties, must be under hand 
and seal, and before two or more credible witnesses, wiio 
•ire reouired lo subscribe their names as such. 



CORPOUATIOX OF PHILADELPHIA. 

Afavor, John Barker; Jiecorder, .Toseph Reed; Solicitor^ 
Handal Hutchinson; Treastirer, George A. iSaker; Clerk of 
the ,Maijor's CoiU't, Josiah Randall; Citt/ Clerk, John Rey- 
:;olds. 

Aldermen. Robert AVhaiton, Pliilip Wager, John Geyer, 
Jacob Baker, John Eaker, John Barker, Mattliew Lawler, 
Samuel Carswell, Abraham Shot-maker, .VJichael Kepple, 
John Inskeep, John C. Stocker, Andrew Pettit, John Dou- 
glass, (one vacancy). 

Select Council. S. W. Fisher, president; John Hart (D.), 
William Rush, Andrew Bayard, John Roed, Thomas La:ti. 
mer, Robert Wain, Robert Ritciiie, John W. Thompson, 
James Vanuxem, William Warner, Josei)h Morris (C.), 
'rhon)as Bradford, jun. clerk. ^ 

Ccmmon Council. 'I'lionias Leiper, president; Alexander 
Cook, James Ifutper, jun. John Steel, Levi Garrett, Adam 
Eckfeldt, Scth Ciaige, Liberty Biowne, William Smiley, 
Jamts Cutbush, Conrad Wile, \Mlliam Dalzell, Edward 
Smith (M), Aiplionso C. Ireland, Samuel Welheril, jun. 
Peter A. Browne, Charles Johnson, Francis Mitchell, Ran- 
dal IJutchinson, Capt, John Mullowney. Samuel Keehmle, 
clej-k. 

City Commiasioners. Alexander liamsay, jun. John Purdon, 
Timoihy Matlatk, Philip Mason, John Barker, jun. and Ni- 
cholas Esling. 

City Regulators and Siirreyonu J>imes Pearson, ^V. Garri- 
gues, Reading Howell, William Sic vcnson 

City CoVidtables. Jac(jl) Zeblcy and Jonathan Carson, high 
constables; George Rutier, John Hul'ty, John MilUman, Hen- 
ry Ainibrustcr, Peter Winn, 'i'houKus Forrest, Hichard Co- 



APPENDIX. Lxsxv 

iilll, Luke Kiirngswortb.Fvedcrick Eiukbardt, John HpfS, 
Gewig-e Willard, Philip Jacobs, John M'lM asters, John 
M'( bne. 

Clei-ka of the Markets.— -George Beck and Pavid Lake 
for High street; David Miller, ior New Market, Second 
street. 

Wood Carders. Vine street wharf, John M *\Vaters; f^as- 
safras do. Oeorg-e Fisher; Mvdberry do. Jacob Zeilers; 
High do. John Douglass jun.; Chesnut, liowland Smith; 
Drawbridge, IJoberl Mercer, and John Koyd, deputy; for 
the wknrves on Schuylkill, William Ogdcn. 

Sheriff. Francis Johnson. 

Coroner. John Dennis. 

C'oitnti/ Commissioi era. Jacob Filler, Ifobert Taylor, Isaac 
Johnson. Solicitor, Julm L. Lieb. Trcaswer, Michael Buker. 
Clerk, George Honey — '1 hey meet at the old court house. 

JUSTICKS OF THE PEACE, 

FOR THE COUNTY. 

J\'orthern Liberties — Samuel Wheeler, Frederick Wol- 
bert, John Goodman, jun. (and Notary Public), Samuel 
Macferran, Joseph Grice, John Kessler, Fi-ederick Faering", 
Edward I). Corfield, W illiam Moulder, Jacob Fitlei-, John 
Shaw, Henry Prc;basco, 'I'homas Barne-s and Christian Sheets. 

I^enn To-vnship. — Charles Carey, John Cliflord. 

South-Mcirk. — Ebcnezer Ferguson, Hichard Hcnshavv (and 
Notary Public), Hichard Palmer, Daniel Bussier, Alexander 
Steel. 

JVToyamensin^.-r-Johu Hunter, Michael Freytag, George 
Goodwin. 

Paasyunk. — Israel Israel, corner Long lane and Passyunk 
road. 

Germanto~,vn. — John Huston, Joseph H. Fleming, Peter 
Raynton, John Nice. 

Roxhorongh. — Cornelius Holgate. 

Lotver Dublin. — Jonathan Scliolheld, Joshua Comley, Jo- 
shua Jones, Derick PettrM>n, Benjamin Wahnsjey. 

Oxford. — Robert Morris, Isaac Worrell, John Ruan, John 
\l. Worrell. 

Bristol. — Jacob Miller. 

Blockley. — Nathan Jones, Caleb Davis. 

CONSTABLES. 
OFFICE 404 NORTH SECOND. 

jM'orthem Libtrties.—John Miller, 126 Callowhill, Jacob 
Faunce, 72 Co;ts, John aljowaker, 467" north Third— Henry 
Byih, Kensi7igton. 

jPcnn Townshi/).— Michael Waitman, 286 north Eighth. 

.^oM/^TvarA;.— George Weaver, so ih-west corner of Shin 

ha ^ 



ixxxvi APPENDIX, 

pen and Third streets, George Sheed, jun. ?'6 German, 
Acheson I'honipson, Plum near Fifth. 

Moyameimng- — Joshua Raybold, 51 Fitzwalter, Stephen 
Burwell, /Sroall. 

Pa&syvnh. — MicliaelCooper, corner Buck road StLonglane. 

COMMISSIONERS, REGULATORS, &c. 

Of the J\''(jrthern Liberties. Daniel Groves, president; 
Michaei Baker, treasurer; Wm. Binder, John Bender, Peter 
Cline, Joseph Fvicker, Lsaac Johnson, Thos: Milhird, Thos: 
Rose, Jacob Rihl, Charles Souder, Jesse Shelmire, Jacob 
Slemnit)-, Cornelius Trisnmul. Clerk, Tlionias Timings. 
Regulator, .Robert Brf)oke, 324 north Third. Meet the first 
Tuesday in every rr-onth at the Town House, N. L. 

SotLthtvavk. — John M'Leod, pi-esident; b'aac Hozey, 
Charles Penrose, John Turner, Peter Lava?, John Hoover, 
Wm. M'Call, Phineas Eldridge, Christopher Armstrong, 
Benjamin Marlin, Daniel Southland, George Spangler, John 
Thompson, Henry M'CuHey, John Thum. Thomas Pen- 
rose, treasurer; Jolm Hutton secretary; William Stewart, 
superintendant'. Meet at their Hall in Second near Christian. 

George Peai'son, principal regulator; Alexander Steel,, 
Cornelius Stevenson and William Bishop, assistant regulator^; 
Alexander \5v(\\\\vATil collector of taxes. 

JMoyaivensing — Archibald ^iuny, presideuty John Maitland, 
John Snyder, John Leisher, Benjamin Robinson, Daniel 
Guiery, Joseph Kenton, Thomas Dixey, John Tittermary. 

Sup€ri7Uenaant, ames M'Kan; Assessor, Joshua Raybold, 
51 Fitzwalter; Collector of taxes, James. Roberts, Cedar near 
Tenth. 

Board Cif Inspectors of the Prison, of the City and County 
of Phi lade I phi a George Burtram, president, William Peir- 
sol, trc'umref^, Frederick Fcermg, secretary, John Welsh, 
Luke W- Morris, Wiiham Flintham, Richard Palmer, 
1'sq. Benjamin Mortin, John Hoover, James M. Linnard, 
Wm. Shaw, Esq. Charles Souder, Jesse Shelmire, Richard 
Tybout. 

William Long, keeper of the fnisom Abijah Price, John 
^/ameron, Setli Price, James Brindle, Jacob HolK)way, 
J'klward Gu}S, and Josiah Claypoole, deputy keepers; John 
Wallington and William Allen, clerks- 



POST OFFICE, PHILADELl^HIA. 

ESTABLlSH>JtENT OF THE MAILS EOR 1813. 
EASTERN MAIL— New York, Connecticut, Massachu- 
.setts, Vermont and New Hampshire statesj arrive daily at 
fy A. M. and close half past 12. P. M. J 



Al'l'ENBlX. LXixvij 

Rhocle-Tslanci, arrive Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, ut 
6 A." M. and close Monday, Wednesday and Friday, half past 
12 p. M. 

Mcndham, Boonetown, Hackettstown, Rockaway, Bas- 
kenridg-e, Flemington, Xewhannpton, Middletown Point, AU 
lentow'n, Freeliold, Shrewsbury, Cranbury and Weslfield 
(N. J.) arrive Tuesday at 6 a. m. and close Monday, lialf 
past 12 P. M. 

Morristown, Sparta and Newtown (N. J.) arrive Tues- 
day, Thin-sday and Saturday at 6 a m. and close Monday, 
Wednesday and Friday, half past 12 P. m. 

Newtown, Attlehorougit- and Hulmes\ ille, Bucks county, 
(Pa.) arrive Wednesday at 6 a. m. and close Monday, half 
past 12 P. M- 

SOUTHERN MAIL— Maryland, Virginia and North Caro- 
lina. states, arrive daily at 1 p. m. close half past 6 a- m. 

Soutii-(J:U"olina and Georg-ja arrive Sunday, 'I'uesday and 
Friday at 1 p. m. and close Tuesday, Tiuirsday and Satur- 
day, half past 6 a. m. 

New Orleans, Mississippi Territory and Tennesee, arrive 
WedncscVy^t 1 v. m- close 'ihursday and Saturday, half past 

6 A. M. 

New Orleans only, via Fort Stoddert, arrive Friday 1 p. m. 
close Thursday, half past 6 a. m. 

Mails for part of Ol^io, South and West of Chilicothe, via 
Washiuf;ton City and Marietta, arrive Monday 1 p. m. and 
lose Wednesday, half pasfe 6 a. m. 

London Grove, Chatham, Newgarden, Cochransville and 
Strasbitig-, arrive Wednesday at 1 p. m. close Saturdav, 
half pusi 6 am. 

LANC\Sll\,R, llarrisburt^ and intermediate Offices, 
arrive dudy at 4 p. m. close daily G a. m. 

Ci-eat Western Muil, via Piitsbiu-gh, for Ohio and Ken- 
tucky states, Indiana Territory and Upper Louisiana, from 
fifteen April to first of December, arrive I'uesdav, Thursday 
and SaturdaVf at 4 p. m close Monday, Wednesday 
and Friday at 6 a m. 

Ditto, from first of December to fifteenth April, arrive 
Monday, Wcdncstlay and Fi-iday at 4 p. m. close Sunday, 
Tuesday and Tliursday at 6 A. m. 

Mails via Columbia (I'a) I'or York and Adams counties, 
rrrive Monday, Wednesday and F'riday at 4 P. m close Mon- 
d:4y, Weilnesday and Friday at 6 a. m. 

Mails via Downington (Pa.; for West Chester, Kennet 
Square, New London Cross Roads, VMiite Horse, Lancas- 
ter county, and Oxford* Chester county (Pa.) arrive Wednes- 
clay at 4 p. m. clost- 'I'uesday at 6 a. m. 

RK\DlNC(Pa.) MAIL and mtcrmediaie offices, arrive 
Tuesday and Friday at 7 a. m. close Tuesday and FtidaVj- 
) p. >t. 



«.«xxv3j.s APPEXDIX 

Mails via Reading' (Pa.) for North umberland, T.ycomlng 
any CiejUre counties, arrive Tuesday at 7 a. M. close Tues- 
day 2 p. M- . 

Mails via Readingfor, Berks and Dauphin counties, (Pa) 
arrive Friday at 7 a. m. close Friday, 2 r. m. 

Mails via Lancaster ( Pa.) for Mifflin and Hunting-don coun- 
ties (Pa.) arrive Thursday at 4 p. m. close Saturday at 6 

A. M. 

EASTON" (Pa.) Mail and intermediate offices, arrive 
Tuesday and Friday 7 a- m. close Tuesday and Friday 3 

p. M. 

Mails via Easton (Pa) for Northampton, Luzerne and 
Wayne Counties (Pa ) Sussex County (N.J.) and Gennes.see 
(N. Y.) arrive Tuesday at 7 a m. close Tuesdav at 3 p. m. 

BETHLEHEM (Pa'.) Mail, Montgomery Square, Allen- 
town, Nazareth and Lausanne, (Pa.) arrive Tuesday and 
Friday at 7 a. m. close 'I'uesday and Friday 2 p. m. 

BRIDGETOWN, West New Jersey and intermediate 
offices, arrive Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4 p. m. 
efcse Monday, \A'ednesday and Friday 3 p. m. 

Mails via Bridgetown, West New Jersey, for Cumberland 
and Cape May Count'es (N. J.) arrive Friday at 4 a- m. 
close Wednesday 3 p. m. 

SALEM (N. J.) Mad, via Woodbury, Swedesborough 
and Woodstown (N. J.) arrive Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday at 4 p. m. close Monday, Wed'nesday and Fridavj 

3 p. M. 

A I SIGN, Tuckerton, May's Landing, Somer's Point and 
Abstcom (N. J.) arrive Wednesday at 11 a. m. close Wed- 
nesday, S V. M. 

HADDONFlELD, Mount Holly, New Mills and Borden- 
town (N. J.) arrive Wednesday at 4 p. m. close Wednesday, 

4 P M. 

Swift Sure Mail, via Jenkintown (Pa.) Somerset C 
II. and Springfield (N.J.) arrive Mondav, Thursday and 
Saturday at 8 a. m. close Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 
haif past 7 a. m. 

GEP.M.VNTOWN (Pa) Mail, arrive daily at 8 a. m. 
close 4 p. M. 

L.Mos mu.sthe left at the Post Office whhin the time 
Specified, to insure their going in tJie mail of ~the day, and 
newspiipers half an hoiu- before that time, except newspa- 
pers f(;r the western mail which must be left on the pre- 
ceding evening by sun down. 'As there are several places of 
the same name in the United States, it is necessary that the 
diii-cuonssliould be par, icularly.- the states should bedistin- 
gcished, and where it might otherwisf- be doubtful, the 
conunties When letters ai« not for a post town, the nearest 
J>08t town ouglit to be mentioned 



APPENDIX. Lxxxix 

Postaf^e^f Letters throu^'hout the United States. 

For the postnc^e of any single letter to or from any place 

by land/not excee«linir 40 miles, 8 cents. 

Over 40, mul not exceeding' 90 - - 10 

Over 90, and not exceeding 150 - - l'~4- 

Over 150, and not exceeding 300 - - ^"^ 

Over 300, and not exceeding oOO - -^ 

livery place more than 500 miles - - --5 



Institutions, Companies, ^ Soeietics, 

MONIED, RELIGIOUS, HUMANE AND CHARITABLE, 
LITEIIARY, NATIONAL, MUTUAL BENEFIT, &.C, 

BANKS. 
Bank of Pennsylvai^ia. 

SOUTH SECOND W. SiDR, ABOVE WALNUT. 

Hirectoj's. — Joseph P. Norris, presulenti II >bert Ralston, 
(dcdiVey Huga, Thos. Norton, John C.'Stocker, Wm. San- 
»om, Jciiu Mollinys'.voiili, jun. Alexajuier Ikniy, Rf;bcrt 
l*oi'ter, Mark Wilco.x, Michael Keppi-lc, Cliarics liiiUlle, 
. l/Ouia Clajxer, Jacob Kidgsvay, Joseph Memp'all, f!ii:;l. Ely, 
Klihti ChatiMcey, Kobert Sfay. S;iniucl \^■etht iH, jup. Jiy the 
Senate, Benjamin Sa^^, Mink llich:irds and Juhn (^onnelly; 
By the Iloune of /^ep'csfiituth'f. 'if W'Mzm lUv.rus, John Jen- 
nings and John Binns. Joiwitlian S'miih, casiiic-r. 

S.3.00O,0..'O c:ipit,d; 2,500,000 dollars paid in, of which 
1,500,0(JO dollars belong- lo the stjfbi*, i.he slate having" 
the privilege ot^ubscribiug the otlicr half million. 

Open daily, exc. pi Siuid:\s, 4th (jf July and Christmas, 
fi'pm 9to 3 in tiie adernoon. Divcoi'nt on Wednesdays and Sa- 
turdays. Khc'ion for directors, Isi .Monday iu Fc!)ruary. 
Shares 400 doliai-s each. Dividtnds, January and July. 

Ii(t7:k o/A^'orf/t ^nurica, 

99 CHESXUT. ABOVK THIRD. 

Directors.- — John Morton, prcsiiieut-. Joiin Morton, Heorge 
T^atimer, Robert \\'aln, Dan-el Smldi, 'i'inioihy Paxson, Ja- 
cob Downing, Joseph S. liCv.is, James Head, William \\'aln, 
Abm Kintzing, Henry Nixon, Benjamin K. Morgan, Henry 
Drinker, cashit-r. 

Open dail}', except Sundays, (iood Friday, Christmas, 
1st ot January and 4t.h of July, fron 9 to ;> in the aficrnuon. 
Discount on Slondays andThurdays. Capital 800/^K)() dollars; 
shwea '100 dollars each. Divit.l'.Mds, Jawiarv and JhIv 



tx APPENDIX. 

Philaddpbia Bank. 

S. Vv\ COUKKTl OF FOURTH AND CHESNCT. 

George Ch nter, president,- J. Welsh, L. D. Carpentier, 
Jacob .^perry, Joltn Bohkn, Augustine Bousquet, 'Ihomas 
KoJ>s, 'liionias CalleRcIer, Casper W. Morris, Wrn- M'Faden, 
Henc) Orth, \Vm. Pjnilips, \Vm Smiley, Matthew L. Bevan, 
Tjios. \\ . Francis, Joseph Lea, Joseph Lownes, Lewis R\ish, 
Ditvicl Achesen, vSamuel Smith, Joseph Clark Jacob HQigate, 
Qiiintm Cam]}bell, cashier. 

Open daily, except Sundays, 4th of July and Christn'.as. 
Di.-'c(.'unt on ^londays, and Thursdays. Capital l.bOi.'.OOO 
dollars; siiares luO dollars each. Dividends, March and Sep- 
tember. 

Farmers and Mcchank^^ Bank^ 

NO. 100 CHE"^NUT, ABOVE THIRD. 

Joseph Tag-eut, president,- John Miller, (M.C.) James M*A1- 
pin, Seth Ciaigt^, Georg'e Sheaft'," James Shersvvood, Samuel 
Ktchanis, Wm. Levis, Samuel Bal'iics, John B. Wallace, 
K.ciiard Tvbout, Ely Canb}-, Samuel F. Fradford, Henry 
tuld. cashier. 

Cpen daily, except Sundays, the 4th of July, Christmas, 
lanit the 1st of January. Discount on Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital IjioO.OOO dollars; shares 50 dollars. Dividends, 
Jaiiuary and July. 

Stephen Girard^s Banking House, 

THIRD, OPPOSITE DOCK. 
In the elegant building- lately occupied by the United 
States Banking- Company. Open daily, except Sunday, from 

■ 9 A. M. to ?j p. M. 

/ 

State Bank of Camden (A''. J.) 

The Discount days are Wednesday and Saturday in every 
ireek. 

Hours for the transaction of bufsiness, from 10 o'clock a. 
M. till 4 o'clock P. M. every day in'the -week (Sundays ex- 
cepted. ) 

Notes intended for discount for the accommodation of ci- 
tizens of Philadel])hia may be sent to the lianking House,, 
or left at No. 34, Chin-ch alley, where a box is provided for 
the reception of the same, provided they are left at, or be- 
fore 2 o'clock of Tliursdays and Fridays. 

Applicants for discount, residing in Philadelphia, will 
receive iuisweis in writing, at their respective places of bu-' 
SJness, on each discount day, before 1 o'clock p. m. 
By order of the Board of Directors, 

fticiiAUD M.Cooper, Cashier. 

Camdov, J«ncl\y\^\2- 



APPEXUIX. CXI 

INSURANCE COMPVNIKS. 

I7isurancc Comfiamj of .Korh America. 

OFFICE 40 WALNUT. 
,lolm Inskecp, preaident; Alexander Henry, Samuel Hodg- 
don, John H. Brown, .J.Ta{»f^rt, Andrew Peltit, Jacob S. 
Wain, jHCob C WikoflP, Kobtrt Haiwocwl, J<>lin Larj^e, Sam- 
uel W. Jones, Janics Read, Godfrey llaga, John Stiile, Jo- 
seph Donath, KdwardSmilh, Thomas Latinrit-r, Thomas Ast- 
ley, Richard Leedom, William Ramsey, John Leibert, John 
M'Kissick, Thomas Dunn, John G. Coewan. Capital 600,000 
dollars; shares 100 dollars. Dividends, January and July. 

Phoenix Insurance Comfiany. 

OFFICE 96 SOUTH SECOND. 
David Le-wlt- prenideut; Paschal Holling-s-A orth, Paul Reck, 
jun. Charles Vlacallester, Joshua M. Wallace, Charles Bid- 
Kile, Robert Wiiurlon, Benjamin Morris, Alexander Mtury. 
Capital GOOtOtO dollars; eharcs 100 dollars. Dividends, Jnue 
and December. 

Inyuiance Comfiany of the State of Pemisylvania. 

OFFICE N. E. CORNER OF SECOND AND DOCK. 
James S. Cox, president; Henry Pj-att, John(Jlemcnt Stock- 
er, Joseph Sims, J. Holl,mf^6 worth jr. John ii. Wachsnnutii, 
Daniel Smith, Samuel Coate.s, Henry Nixon, Paul Su-men, 
Cofco'-.^e Fox, CharlusWharton, Reeve Ijewi.s. Capital 500,000 
dollars; shares 400 dollars. Dividends, IVbi-uary St August. 

Delaware Infturance Comfiany, 

OFFICE 42 WALNUT. 

Samuel Keith, />refi<V/<?/iir,- William Vl'Fiicicn,Ricliard Milne, 
James M'Ciea, Abralium Putton, Trontin Uo.s.'nain, Joseph 
Bernest, John Co(>k, William I5i:'iU^cl 8t- Uichard Davis, 
. Samuel E. Howell, James Kitclien, Jtxs -ph Lounes, Tliomas 
"M'Euen, (ieorj^c 'Taylor jr. Capital 500,u00 dollars; shures 
lOO doilais. Dividends, June and December. 

Union hi^iurance Comfuiriy. 
OFFICE 45 WALNUT. 
Georg^e Latimer, preaident; James Vanuxpm, Stephen Ct- 
rard, Jose|)!i .Sumerl, Hugh Colhoun, Joun Uohlcn, Lewis Cla- 
pier, Kjchard Dale, Edu aid Uunaiit, Thom:us\ewb;)UI, Mat- 
thew LaAler, Joseph hall. Capual 5'.K>,U00doli:u-s; shares loO 
dollai'S. Dividends, February und An^'-ust. 

United State»{ Insure 

OFFICE 49 W Al-Nt' r. 
Israel Pleasants, pres.Jem; iioi.eri Ritchie, Tliomas Cal- 
ieuuer, Chandler Pi ice, Edward Cai-rull, .M. L. Bevan, John 



xcii APPENDIX. 

Gibson, Joshua Percivai, John Duffield, Henry Sergeants 
Joseph 11. Evansi B. B. Howell, Thomas Rully. Capital 
400,000 dollars; shares 50 dollars. Dividends, June and De- 
cember. 

Philadelfihia Insurance Company. 

OFFICE, S. W. CORNER OF WALNUT AND SECOND. 

Samuel W. Fisher, presiident; Thomas M. Willing-, Robert 
Wain, James (y. Fisher, John Ashley, John Savage, James 
Sniith, Joseph S. Lewis, William Wain, Henry Hawkins, 
Abraham Kinlzing, William Miller, and 'I'homas W. Francis. 
Capital 400,000 dollars; shares 100 dollars. Dividends, June 
and December. 

Marine Insurance Co7nfia7iy. 

OFFICE 47 WALNUT. 
'' John Leamy, president; David Walker, William Maris, 
George IM^OallniouiU, Condv Raguet, Joseph Peace, John 
Coulter, "William Leedom, William Read, Israel WHielen, 
Robert Murdock, and James Paul. Capital 300,000 dollars; 
shares 100 dollars. Dividends, July and January. 

^4m€rican Fire Insurance Company^ 

Established bylaw for the sole purpose of making insurance 

against fire, either for a term of years or for ever. 

OFFICE 101 CHESNUT. 

W^illiam Jones, president; James Vanuxem, Israel Whelen^ 

-John Savage, Thomas M'.Kuen, Josepii Reed, Guy lirVan, 

John Sergeant, Chandler Price. Fdv\urd, Fox, treasurer. Ca^ 

piial 5o0,u00 dollars. 

Lancaster and Susquehannalu i^c, 

OFFICE N W. CORNER WALNUT AND SECOND. 
Joseph Carson imd Joseph Smith, agents. Capital 300,000 
dollars; 4000 shares at 7 J dollars each. Dividends, June and 
December. 

Cofitributionshiji for the Insurance of Houses from 
Loss by Fire. 

OFFICE, 99 HIGH. , 

John Morton, Pattison P. Harlsborne, Jolin Perot, Jacob 

Downing, Joseph P Norris, Jos.-ph Cruksiiank, Zaccheus 

Collins, Jo-epii S Lewis, John C. livans, Isaac Pearson, J(;- 

sepli S. Norris, Zacbariah PouLson. Caleb Carmalt, treasurer. 

Mutual Insurance Company, for Insuring Houses 
from Loss by Fire. 

OFFICE. 54 WALNUT. 
James Ile.'id, Robeii Wharton, i)aniel Smith, Jonathan 
Smith, Henry llawkuis, James Milnor, Robert Smith, JSmes 



APPENIWX. iciii 

C. Fislier, John C. Stocker, Samuel F. Bradforrl, Walter. 
Ker, Thomas M'Euen, Matthevv L. Bc-van. James Read, pre- 
sident. John B. Palmer, treasurer and secretary. 

African Insurance Company. 

OFFICE, 155 LOMBARD. 

Capital 5,000 dollars. Shares 50 dollars. Joseph Randolph, 
president; Cyrus Porter, treasurer; WiUiam Coleman, se- 
cretary. The members of this company are all coloured 
persons. 

TURNPIKE, CANAL AND BRIDGE COMPANIES. 

Susquehannah and Lehigh Turnfiike, 
Benjamin R. Morgan, presidejit,- Levi Hollingsworth, Wil- 
liam TurnbuU, Thomas Stewardson, Godfrey Hag-a, Samuel 
Hodgdo^, Nathan Beach, Abraham Krieder, Conrad Krie- 
der, jun. R. Cunyngham, Abiel Fellows, Andrew Shiner, 
and Henry Bowman, managers; Thomas C. James, trea- 
surer. 

Cheltenhain and Willow Grove Turnjiike, 

OFFICfi: 163 WALNUT (SANSOM's ROW.) 
Robert Wharton, president; John Hart, Thomas Morrisi 
Thom.is M'Euen, David C. Claypoole, Di-. George Gillasispy, 
Charles Slioemaker, George Rex, James Worth, Thomas 
Fletcher, Thomas Matiier, Tiiomas tiiddle, Dr. George De 
Beneville. Griffith Evans, treasurer. 

Ge'-manfonvn, kstc, Tarnfiike. office 212 walnut. 
Benjamin Chew, president; John Bohlen, Edward Dunant, 
William Davy, Samuel W.Fisher, George Fox, Joseph P. Mor- 
ris, John Harland, Wilham Davis, Thos- Newbold, Thomas 
Norton, Chandler Price, James Vanuxem. Jusepa Bullock* 
treasurer. 

Lancaster and Philadelfihia Turnfiike. 

OFFtCE 25 I HIGH. 
Ell'ston Perot, prpsident; R-chard Thomas, Jacob Do-wn- 
ing, Samuel W heeler, Adam R.-igart, jun Caleb North, .John 
Wh^titon, William Sansom, James C Fisher, J. H, Brinton, 
Joiin Huhley, James Taylor, Will.am Davidson. Wm. Go- 
vett, treasurer and secretary. 

BustUtonun and '^miihjicld^ iD'c. 
Henry Pratt, preaident; Ihomas Masters, treasurer; John 
Jacob Sommer, JosliuaComly, Tsa;ic Wirrelj, William .Ma- 
gee, Augustine W\Uitt, Fraacis Mairy, Richard Leo.lom, 
Moore Wh.u ton, Edward Swift, Joseph Hart, Josl^ua Jones, 
sSs^ Bernai-d J.^ Mallerson. 

i 



xciv APPENDIX. 

Philadelphia-, Bra7idyiuine<t istc. Company. 
Edward Tilghman, president; Charles Sungren, William 
Trimble, Jelin Menougli, Peter Harvey, Thomas Garrett, 
Joseph Peiinell, Mahlon Parsons, Moses Palmer, Robert Fra- 
zer, Nathan Jones, Aaron Palmer. Joseph Gibbons, treasurer 
and secretary. Election November l7th. 

Chesnut'hiU and Spring-house^ i:fc. Company. 
Gadwallader Evans, jun. president; John Johnson, juff. 
John Dag-er, Isaiah Bell, William Foulk, John H. Warder, 
John Roberts, Enoch Wheeler, John Bacon, Nicholas Kine, 
Even Jones, Joseph Math ea*, Jeremiah Warder, jun. John 
Huston, treasurer. Election November .14th. 

Frankford and Bristol Turnpike. 

OFFICE N. E. CORNER OF DOCK AND SECOND. 
James C. Y\s\\ev , presideyit; John G. Wachsmuth, John C. 
Stocker, Robert Smith, George Ludlam, Alexander Martin, 
Derick Peterson, Leopold Nottnagle, braham Duffield, 
John Lardner, William Phillips, William J. Miller, Amos 
Greg-g. Joseph L. Inglis, treasurer. 

Ridge Turnpike Company. 
Gen. Francis Svvaine, president; James Sharswood, Philip 
Hayner, Matthias Holstein, Natlian Levering, William Rawle, 
Joseph Sims, Joseph Staine, Alexander Ci'awford, Isaac 
Maclay, Mathias Harrison, Henry Nixon, Thomas W. Fran- 
cis, managers; Thomas H. White, treasurer. 

Union Canal Company oj" Pennsylvania. 

OFFICE 212 S. THIRD. 
Chai'les G. Paleske, president; James Milnor, vice-president^ 
William Merideth, courmellori George Simpson, treasurei^; 
Joseph Watson, auditor. 

Schuylkill Permanent Bridge Company. 

OFFICE 8 N. FOURTH. 
Richard Peters, president; John Perot, Abraham Kintzing, 
William Newbold, Joseph Lownes, Charles Biddle, Jacob 
Downing, George Fox, Richard Rundle, Robert Imlay, An- 
thony Cuthbert, Thomas Cumpston, John Connelly. Israel 
Whelen, treasurer. 

Lancaster Schuylkill ( Upper Ferry) Bridge Company 

OFFICE 457 HIGH. 
Henry Pratt, presilent; C. Evans, jr. Samuel Breck, Abra- 
ham Sheridan, Martin Dubs, Samuel'jlichards, James White- 
head, managers; Samuel Simes, treasurer. 

Pennsylvaniu Life Insurance Company^ 
Jacob Shoemaker, secretary. 



APPENDIX. cxv 

Alms House and House of Employment. 

The Philadelphia Alms House and House of Employment 
was erected in the year 1766 and 1767, on the square be- 
tween Spruce and Pine and Tenth and Eleventh streets 
from Delaware, is inclosed by a board fence. 

The western building is 180 feet by 40, two stories hiirh, 
of brick, in the form of an L, for the accommodation of the 
men, and is \mder the superintendance of the Steward. 

The eastern building' is of the same form and diraensidns, 
appropriated for the women and childi'en, and under tiie 
siuperintendance of the Matron. 

A turret, four storys hig-h, is attached to the coi*ners of each 
of the above building's for the accommodation of the stew- 
ard, matron, students and officers. 

By a statement for a year eiiding May 1812, the averaije 
number of pk\i{)ei-s supported in tlie house during- that pe- 
riod was 389 men, 3.52 women, and 94 children, mak- 
ing 835 persons constantly supported.* The average cost 
per week for their support and the officers was § 1. 28; 
the total expentiitures of the house for tiiat year amounted 
to S 56,000. The tax levied was §100,000, for the sup. 
port of the hoKise and for the use of the guardians of the 
city and districts to pay pensioned poor, and for bastai-d 
children at nurse, &c. 

The*slck and surgical patients are lodged in large spa- 
cious rooms seperate from each other, the cells are allotted 
for the maniacs of which there are generally from twenty -five 
to thirty-five of both sexes. There are also comfortable wards 
appi'opriated for the aged, blind, lame, &c. and the garrets 
oi'tiie buildings are plastered and occupied by the convales- 
cents; in'one of those garretts there has been frequently up- 
wards of 160 persons lodged at one time therein. 

The managers have alwa\ s.been very "attentive to the sick 
in procuring sufficient assistance for them . especially in pro- 
viding careful nurses, of which there are generally 10 or 12 
in the house, besides their assistants; it is also enjoined 
upon the steward and matron to see that the nurses 
&(.c. treat the unfortunate persons under their care, with all 
possible humanity and attention, and are faithful to the 
charge assigned them. 

The sick, &.c. have, besides the daily visits of three res- 
pectable studf nts appointed by the managers who reside in 
Uie house, the assistance of seven physicians of known 

* At the erection of the house the number intended to be 
accommodated was 500; since then the city and districts have 
increased so rapidly, that the poor have likewise increased to 
such an e.\tent that lOOO persons and upwards have been 
in the houae At one time. 



xc^i APPENDIX. 

abilities, that reside in the city or Jistricts, who almost 
every day visit the house and give their advice gratis; 
there is an apotljecary*a shop in the house under the charge 
of the junior student, beside a large airy building has been 
lately completed ior amputations and surgical operations—- 
ih short, the sick and the distressed are not better attended 
and provided for in any other hospital of the size, tlian in 
this. 

The convalescents are einployed at various work. The 
i(jradesmeu in the factory at making shoes, clothing, soap, 
candles, carpenter *ind blacksmiths work. The women at 
spinning, knitting, sewing, &c. Those that have no trade, are 
employed at picking oakum and various work in the house. 

The factory is a long bx-ick building, one story high, 
• erected on the centre of the square, under a superintendant. 
I he quantity of goods manufactured some years past, has 
*.-ecn very considerable, but the profits arising therefrom 
not an3^vering the expectations of the managers, they have 
thought it prudent to curtail the making so great a quantity, 
I'here vas manufactured in the year 18U9 upwards of 
40,000 yards of different kind of cotton and lihens, a quan- 
iity of which was cottoJi bagging. 

From a statement made for a year, ending May 1812, 
there appears to have been wove 22,031 yards, chiefly flas: 
.ind cotton sheeting, tow and flax linen, check, diaper, lin> 
sey, flannel, a few pieces cotton stripe, &,c. near 12,000 lbs. 
of flax hatchelled— 1271 pairs of men's, women's and child- 
ren's shoes— several hundred weight of flax spun, and like- 
wise cotton and wool carded, besides a quantity and variety 
of other articles manufactured and made for sale, and for 
?he use of the institution. 

There are 34 guardians of the poor, for the city of Phila- 
delphia, the township of the Northern Liberties and district 
of South wark, who appoints of their number to superintend 
the house, four from th" vity and two from each district. 
Who divide themselves by lot into two classes, one of which go 
out every six miinths; their places are supplied by anewelec- 
tion from the body of the guardians, so that four are appointed 
every six njonths and vacancies are filled by new elections. 
The time by law for holding their election is in the mbntlis 
of May and November. 

The managers meet at the Alms House every Monday In 
the afternoon, and on such other days as they may think ne- 
cessary, to inspect into the state of all matters relating to 
the house, and give such directions concerning the same, as 
to them may appear useful and expedient with the design 
of the institution, to receive the reports of their committees, 
and such reports as the steward mAy think proper to com- 
municate to them; they have power to bind out poor child- 



APPENDIX. xcvit 

ren as apprentices to lawful ages, viz. boys to the age of 21 
and girls 18 years; also, disordei-ly persons, who by their 
vices have become sick and chargeable — to inspect and pass 
all bills for purchases made on account of the house, and do 
all other matters relating to the institution. They also divide 
themselves into Committees for the better regulation of the 
house, such as the— 

Visiting Committee, consisting of two members, who ser>'e 
weekly in rotation, and meet twice a week, to inspect the 
different apartments of the house, and give such directions 
as appear to them necessary and useful, to grant leave of 
absence, and discharge paupers, &c. They make their report 
in writing to the board every Mondj^y. 

Manufacturing Committee, consists of four members who 
serve for six months, and meet every Wednesday afternoon, 
and the direction of this department generally devolves upon 
them, such as fixing the prices of all goods manufactured, 
or raw articles, order the purchase of such things as may 
be wanted for U\e establishment, to fijc the prices of the 
workmen, to keep an account and correct minutes of their 
proceedings, and to report, tlie same to the board of mma- 
gers every Monday. 

Clothing Committee, of two members, who serve in rota- 
tion for one month, and meet every Thursday afternoon, 
who diiect sucii cloihin;^ to be distributed as they may 
think needful and iiecessary. 

A provision and a fuel Committee, is also appointed for 
the piu-shase of all provisions and fuel, that may be wanted 
for the house, who also report to the Board. 

The Steward, is chosen by a majority of all the managers, 
and removed by them at their pleasure, provided three- 
fourths agree thereto. He has the general superintcndance 
and care of the house in all its various departments (except 
such as is especially entrusted to the matron) he is to en- 
force all the Bye l^aws and regulations of tlie managers, at 
their stated meeting to report the ingress and egress of tiie 
paupers, stating those that have died, eloped, or otherwise; 
also, an account of all receipts and expenditures, to present 
all bills for payment, a list of all such article as may be 
wanted, in short, to communicate all information which he 
may deem necessary for the interest and benefit of the in- 
stitution. To take charge of all the goods manufactured, 
and all things whatever brought into the house; and to see 
ar have them delivered out or sold, agreeably to orders of 
the managers, to pay strict attention to cleanliness, and to 
see that order is kept, and that the paupers attend to their 
different employments, and all such matters as are necessa- 
ry for the good and well ordering of an iiistitutioa of ttii« 
iind. 

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XGviii APPENDIX, 

The Matron, is cboeen and reitioved in like manner as 
the steward, she has the charge of the females and child- 
ren, she has the like injunctions as the steward, in respect 
to order, cleanliness of the house, &c. 

No person is admitted into the house (as a pauper)_with- 
out an order signed by one of the Guardians, neither can 
any one be a^iited that is known to labour under any kind 
of infectious disease, and all persons admitted who are ca- 
pable of working, arc employed as well to inure them to 
1 abour, as to contribute towara their support; thpse who be- 
have disorderly are punished by a confinement in the cells 
upon bread and water, according to the offence, but for no 
longer a term than one week, or if the managers think pro- 
per to proceed against them before a magistrate, there to 
be dealt with according to law. No spirituous liquor is 
suffered to be introduced, unless ordered by the managers. 

The children when they arrive at a proper age are taught 
in the house to read and write; public worship is held every 
Sabbath, for those who chose to attend. 

The gate is opened throughout the year at sun rise, and 
closed from October to March at 8 o'clock, and the re- 
mained of the year at 9 o'clock. 

Jllanagers, for six monthji, ending May 1813. Alexander 
W. Johnston, president; Joseph Lee, Samuel Fox, Israel 
Grice Roberts, for city, Samuel Grice» David Shuster, for 
Northern Liberties. Samuel Humphreys, Andrew W. Prevogt, 
for Southwark- 

Stetvard, Samuel Mason, salai^ ^800. Matrorxy Martha 
Tnslee, §400, they and their families are also foimd in every 
thing except clothing. 

JPhysicians, Isaac Cathrall, Thomas C, James, N. Chap- 
man, Joseph Parrisb, Peter Miller, Thos. T. Hewson, Samuel 
Steward. Students, J. H. Gordon, Morris C. Shallcross, Ber- 
lyman H. Green, John W. Shaw. 

Guardians of the Poor,* for six months, ending IVfay 1813, 
Northern Liberties. Richard .Heinberger, Wilham \\arner, 
Tohn C. Ginnings, Thomas Snyder, Robert Wallace, Amos 
Addis, William Hyneman, John Keim, John Eyres, Charles 
Marquedant. City, Abraham Carlile, Satnuel Yorke, ^Jacob 
l.y brand, Joseph Howell, Thomas Palmer, John Y. Bryant, 
.fohn C. Evans, Jacob Keigler, Peter Hertzog, Thomas De- 
silver, James Kerr, William Brown, Samuel Mackey, John 
Davis, Andrew Lineau, William Wigglesworth. South- 
wark, Thomas Rimer, George Popple, William Hiig:hes» 
William Middleton, Richard Leicb, Josiah Haines. 

John Y. Bryant, President. Abraham Carlile, Trecuurcr. 
Samuel Ewing, Solicitor. John Hutton, Secretary. 

* Meet at the Heahh Officei every Tuesday arening*. 



APPENDIX. X'CtS 

Pennsytvania and Lying-in Hosfiital, 
^/fcmagers, Samuel Coates, Pattison Hartshovie, Law- 
rence Seckel, Zacheus Collins i Joseph Lownes, Thomas 
Stewardson, Edward Peninglon, Thomas P. ( 'ope, Reeve 
Lewis, Samuel W. Fisher, Joseph Watson, Joseph S. Morris. 
Treasurer^ Joseph S. Lewis. Physicians, Tiiomas Parke, 
Benjamin Rush, Philip S. Physic, Benjamin S.*Harton, Joseph 
Hartshorne, John S. Dorsey. Physician of the Lying4n Hoi' 
pital Department, Thomas G. James. Physician to the Hos-v 
pital out patients, Samuel Callioun. 

City Hosfiital. 

SITUATED AT THE S. W. CORNER OF SCHUTLKILL 
FOURTH AND FRANCIS LANF,. 

This spacious and extensive range of brick building's, vras 
lately erected by the Board of Health, for the recepiion of 
patients from the city and vicinity, labouring' under malig- 
nant fever. The centre part of this building' is three stories, 
50 feet front by 42 deep, the wings on the east and west 
sides are each 108 feet long and 22 feet deep, with a piazza 
12 feet broad extending along the front, enclosed with Ven- 
etian blinds, constructed so as to admit or exclude air and 
light at pleasure ; there are about 70 rooms : and in the up- 
yer story of the east wing, is situated a cistern, with pipes 
'to convey the water to the different rooms. FiAe hundred 
patients can be accommodated in this building. David 
John, ttcioard. 

Friends* jilma House. 

SITUATE IN WALNUT STREET, ABOVE THIRD, OH 
THE SOUTH SIDE. 

It is a brick building, divided itito a number of seperate 
houses, and rooms, for families, or single persons who have 
fallen into decay, most of whom by industry contribute to 
their own support, but ai*e supplied with whatever their ex- 
ertion falls short of procuring, by the society of friends, who 
support the institution for the benefit of their own poor. 
Silk stockings and featliers, are here washed and done up 
in the nicest manner; here are also raised and may be had, 
all kinds of medical herbs of the best quality. 

Christ Church Hospital for Widoivs. 

SITUATED I 1 1 MULBERRY STREET. 
It is a large three story brick building ; and is an endow- 
ment for aged women of the Episcopal Church, made by 
Dr. John Kearsley, formerly an eminent physician of this 
city; who bequeatlied for this purpose, an estate, which he 
vested in the rector, church wardens, and vestrymen of the 
imrted Episcc^al churches of Christ Church and St Peter'e. 



c APPENDIX. 

Since its endowment, it has received a considerable acces- 
sion of property, by the j^ift of Mr. Joseph Dobbins, a native 
of Philadelphia, but long a resident of South Carolina. 
There are now 26 women supported in this building', agreea- 
ble to the will of Dr. Kearsley. 

Philadelphia Disfiensary, 

FIFTH, BELOW LIBRARY STREET. 

Was instituted in April 1786. — Its object is to afford me- 
dical relief to the indigent sick It is supported by annual 
subscriptions of one guinea, or tea guineas a life subscrip- 
tion. The contributors recommend the patients; such as 
are able to go out receive medical assistance at the dispen- 
sary, where the apothecary resides, and the medicines are 
kept on six days of the week; those who cannot go abroad 
are visited at their own residences, prescriptions for whom 
may be had at any time. 

William White, president^ Robert Blackwell, Lawrence 
Seckel, Henry I. C. Heimuth, Joseph Crukshank, Elliston 
Perot, Robert Smith, Godfrey Haga, Robert Ralston, Ebene- 
zer Hazard, Isaac Snowden, managers; Samuel P. Grif- 
fitts, secretary 

Attending Physicians and Surgeons, Drs. Shippen, Cleaver, 
Neill, Woollens, Stewart and Schott. 

Considting Physicians and iSiirgeons, Drs. Rush, Parke, 
Wistar and Physick. 

Treasurer, John Clifford, ^flpothecary, George G. Tresse. 

Legacies are given in the corporate name, viz. **Igive 
and bequeath to the Philadelphia Dispensary, the sum of 
to be paid to the treasurer for the time being, and applied 
towards carrying on the charitable designs of the said in- 
stitution." Annual electioii, first Monday in January. 

Board of Health Establishment. 

OFFICE 39 S. FIFTH STREET. 

J^embers of the Board — Kbenezer Fiu-guson, presideht;}ii\ 
Isaac Heyiin, secretary,- Col. Hugh Ferguson, treasurer; Drs. 
Elijah Griffiths and Amos. Addis; Dr. Isaac Heister, Lazar^ 
etto physician; Capt. AVilliam Lake, quarantirie master; Dr.. 
Samuel liwi^icXd; port physician; James Ph. Puglia, health of- 
Jicer; John Allison, f/er/c/Jolm Buckingham, messenger; Geo. 
Budd, steward of the Lazaretto; David Jo])n, steward of City 
Hospital. Office hours, from 9 a. m. to 2 v. m. and from 3 
to 5. 

Bible Society^ for distributing the Bible gratis. 
Right Rev. Bishop White," preaident; Rev. Dr. A&hbel 
Green, F. C. II. Heimuth, William Staughton, doctgr 
Benjamin Rush, vice presidents; Rev- Dr. Gray, corresponding 
secretary i B. B. Hopkins, recording secretary U7id librarian. 



AFPENDIX. ^i 

Other Managers, Rev. Dr. Joseph Pilmore, Archibald 
Alexander, Rev. Messrs J. J. Janeway, Samuel HelfTen- 
steine, Philip F. Meyer, James K. Bxirch, Georg^e (J. Potts, 
Thomas Sergeant, John Jeyce, Thomas Hoskins, Me.-srs. 
Edward Pennington, Peter Vanpelt, George Krebs, Godfrey 
Haga, Laurence Seckel, James Moore. 

Subscriptions and donations received by Robert Ralston, 
treasurer, 103 south Front, or 189 Mulberrj' street. 

JVIisaionary Society. 
Robert Ralston, president; Isaac Snowden, treasurer; Wil- 
liam Bradford, aecrctarjt; William Haslet, secretary to the 
board of munagers. 

F.vangelical Society. .^ 

Rev. Jacob J. Janeway, />r<?«Jen^,- Isaac S no wd en, secretarfj 
and treasurer. 

Society of the Protestant Efiiacofial Church. 

Rev. Joseph Pilmore,* William Tilgliman, Esq. William 
Meredeth, Esq. vice presidents, John Perot, treasurer. 
Rev. Jackson Kemper, corresponding secretary; Charles N. 
Bancker, recording secretary. 

Trustees, Wra. Murdock, James Milnor, Caleb P.Wayne, 
.lohn C. Stocker, jun Ttiomaa Cumpston, P. F. Glentworth, 
Richard North, Paul Beck, Thomas Hale, Thomas M. Fran- 
cis, James S. Smith, Jolin B. Wallace, Richard Peters, jun. 
John Claxton, I^vi Hollng-sworth, Kichard Dale, John In- 
s-keep, Ephraim Clark, John ftobins, jun. Edward Penington. 

* The Clergy of the Episcopal Church residing in the 
city and county of Philadelphia, and members of the socie- 
ty, are Permanent Trustees, and the Bishop President 
ex ojicio. 

Hu?nane Society. 

The Humane Society, was instituted in the year 1780, for 
the purpose of recovering persons supposed to be dead from 
drowning. In 1787 their ol^ects were extended to otiier ca- 
ses — as, exposure to heat or cold, drinking cold water 
damps, lightning, suffocation fi-om charcoal, &c. This society 
have also placed the necessary apparatus in various par^s 
near the water, and give premiums to such persons as have 
been instrumental in saving the lives of their fellow-crea- 
tures, expose<l to accidents of this kind. 

Manas^ers, Joseph Cmkshank, Charles Marshall, Samuel 
P. Griffitts, Thomas C. James, Joseph P;u-rish, Benjamin 
Thaw, Samuel Pancoast, junr. Charles Penrose, Wilham 
Leedom, Matthew L. Bevan, Joim Bacon, Isaac Snowden. 

Presiilent, Joseph Cruckshank, Secretari/, Isaac Snowden. 
7V<ra*vr<rr, Joseph P. Homer, Iwtpectorg, 'WdUtun Lcedomi 



cii APPENDIX. 

John Bacon. Committee of Correspondence, Samuel P. Griffiths^ 
Thomas C. James, Joseph Parrish Medical assistanifi, 
William Currie, Caspai* Wistar, junr. Benjamin Say, Samu 
el P. Griffitts, Thomas C, James, James Mease, John C, 
Otto, Thomas T. Hewson, Peter Miller, Jose{>h Parrish, 
John S. Dorsey, Isaac Cleaver, Henry Neill, J^es Glen* 
Joseph Klapp. 

Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of 
Public Prifsons% 
Was instituted Anno Domini 1787. This association was 
for many years successfully eniployed in promoting the 
humane system which now^ predominates in the penal code 
of Pennsylvania; the government of ihe prison of the city 
and country of Philadelphia having within a few years been 
inirusted to a board of mspectors appointed by a law of the 
state, the services of the Society have been confined to re- 
lieving the sufferings of prisoners who have not had trials and 
those under sentence for thirty days, both of which descrip- 
tion of persons do not come under the cave of the inspectors- 
William While, D. D. (Bishop) presideiity William Ro- 
gers, D. D, Thomas W^istai-, rtce presidents; Caleb Cresson^ 
junr. Koberts Vaux, secretaries; Joseph M. Paul, treasurer. 
(J^ See " Inspectors of Prison " 

The Philadelphia Association of Friends for the I